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The latest in all things RCM, Electronic Health Records, Radiology Information Systems, Practice Management, Medical Billing, Value-Based Care, & Healthcare IT.

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Medical Billing / RCM | Practice Management | Electronic Health Records

By: Christina Rosario
August 27th, 2018

Whether you have been a medical office manager for some time now or are somewhat new on the job, there is always more for you to learn about software and technology to help everything run more smoothly.

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Medical Billing / RCM | Practice Management

By: Christina Rosario
May 15th, 2018

Are you starting up a new company that calls for the inclusion of laboratory space, or are you revamping an existing area for your lab and have determined that now it’s time to find suitable lab software so you can get up and running? As a laboratory manager in charge of the equipment and software to be used, you have a priority to look into software availability and to find the most appropriate applications for your organization.

What Is MACRA?

What Is MACRA?

There are many aspects of MACRA, and it's important you're familiar with all of them.

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Medical Billing / RCM | Practice Management | Electronic Health Records

By: Stephen O'Connor
April 11th, 2018

We live in an era of accelerated change with constant innovation in technology, including medical equipment, computers, and software that never stay the same for very long. While your primary focus is on providing outstanding healthcare service, you have to devote some time and attention to staying up-to-date with all your technology too, since we rely so much on devices and applications to provide medical services.

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Practice Management | Electronic Health Records

By: Christina Rosario
April 4th, 2018

The more actionable information that you can collect on the patients you treat in your practice, the more opportunity you and your staff have to provide excellent, state-of-the-art care. These days, many medical practices are looking beyond the confines of their own data center and are starting to migrate some of their computational infrastructure into the cloud. Cloud computing services provide a range of advantages to organizations large and small, and the medical profession in particular stands to benefit a great deal because of the convenience and ease of data management.

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Practice Management

By: Marc Klar
October 26th, 2017

ASA Crosswalk Coding, base units. Concurrency, start / stop times. Time units. Difficulty. CRNA billing. Is there another specialty other than anesthesiology that needs to deal with requirements like these?

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Practice Management | Electronic Health Records

By: Stephen O'Connor
September 7th, 2017

When you run an orthopedic practice, your staff will have different processes and needs to address as compared to other specialties as well as family doctors. For example, you likely will have more referral patients, coming from emergency rooms, pain clinics, and general doctors, with the need to share information with these various entities to keep them updated on the progress of the patients.

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Practice Management

By: Stephen O'Connor
June 27th, 2017

Running a modern day orthopedics practice involves a great number of time-consuming tasks that can make day-to-day operations more complicated as compared to other specialties.

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Practice Management

By: Stephen O'Connor
April 11th, 2017

To say that the healthcare industry is moving fast these days would be an understatement. Some studies report that there are around 400,000 medical articles written each year detailing innovative medical treatments, describing new pharmaceutical discoveries and advanced technology designed to improve patient outcomes.

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Practice Management

By: Stephen O'Connor
March 22nd, 2017

On any given day at a behavioral health clinic, the staff may be called upon to serve patients and family members similar to any other medical practice. They greet clients arriving for appointments, verify insurance coverage and personal contact information, and escort them to comfortable exam or consultation rooms. Depending on the nature of the visit, a nurse or medical assistant may take vital signs and update the patient record to ensure the file is up-to-date and accurate.

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Medical Billing / RCM | Practice Management | Electronic Health Records

By: Stephen O'Connor
March 14th, 2017

It almost goes without saying that the needs of pain management practices are quite different from those of other specialties. Addressing the needs of patients coping with acutely painful situations and managing patients’ chronic pain properly while meeting law enforcement requirements can spell the difference between a relatively speedy recovery or prolonged care that may include complications.