Infographic: This infographic by MyDocHub covers the most common signs, symptoms, and treatments for autism. Commonly referred to as autism spectrum disorder (ASD), the Autism Society defines autism as “a complex developmental disability [with] signs typically appearing during early childhood and affecting a person’s ability to communicate and interact with others.”
Are Your Patients Ready For Mobile Health? My friend Teresa Iafolla over at eVisit recently wrote a post listing 32 fascinating mobile health statistics. Teresa and her team did a quick survey of the top reports about mobile health. Together they complied a list 32 must-know stats that doctors and practice administrators need to be aware of about mobile health.
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Electronic Medical Records add to Your Bottom The guest post you are about to read is from my buddy Derek Singleton. Derek blogs over at Software Advice which helps people find the right software to meet their needs. He writes a lot about Electronic Medical Records and how doctors can benefit from their use. Today Derek will be giving us 5 tips for using an EMR to increase your practices profitability. Let me know what you think by leaving a Continue Reading
5 Tips to Improve Medical Billing Guest post by Erin Palmer, US News University Directory In this challenging economy, families still need medical care but may not have the means to pay for it when the bill comes due. This can prove challenging for medical billing agencies. In such a climate, medical billing services need to increase their effectiveness and efficiency in order to get the best results for their physician and medical facility clients. Consider these tips to improve Continue Reading
Proper Medical Billing and Coding is Important for Correct Insurance Payments The American Medical Association (AMA) has come out with a report stating that one in five medical claims submitted to health insurance companies are processed inaccurately, which leaves physicians and other healthcare providers receiving lower or no reimbursements for services provided. The AMA estimates that up to $15.5 billion in unnecessary administrative costs could be saved by medical practices if insurance companies would improve their claims processing accuracy. This Continue Reading