With an abundance of medical software now available, choosing the right one for your practice can seem nearly impossible. From billing software to patient portals and electronic health records (EHRs), there are hundreds of options, price points, and features to consider. Thankfully, the team over at Software Advice have been busy collecting and analyzing data on this topic and have pulled it all together in their Medical Software Needs Cycle Guide.
Data aggregation and healthcare technology integration dominated the conversation at HIMSS 2017 amongst both the attendees and the presenters. Although many sessions focused on other topics, speakers were often steered into discussing health tech integration and data utilization.
There are critical components to the Chronic Care Management patient agreement that you must include to comply with Medicare’s guiines for reimbursement.
Short animated video shows the difference between using a Medical Billing & Electronic Health Records Workflow Management system versus a paper system to make your medical office run smoother.
After just posting about how most physicians are unhappy with their current EHR I thought this infographic I came across that includes 9 steps for successful EHR Implementation would be of interest. It’s from our friends at The Ohio University MHA Program.
Why are 60% of providers surveyed replacing their current EHR system – up a whopping 59% since 2014?
Do you ever wonder how physicians feel about their electronic health record (EHR) systems? Check out this survey about EHR issues encountered by doctors.
Electronic Health Records EHR software reviews tells what systems doctors are using and would recommend it to a colleague. Learn the pros and cons from a clinical user’s standpoint.
VIDEO – This short educational animated video made by Capture Billing highlights the key features of the HITECH Act, Meaningful Use, and Stimulus Money for EHRs and what it means for you and your practice.
Infographic: Are pediatricians likely than other medical specialties to have adopted an EHR? What’s the difference between Electronic Health Records (EHR) and Electronic Medical Records (EMR)?