Is you EHR improvement obstructed by Medical Scribes

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More than half of physicians are using electronic medical records as federal government spend huge amount of dollar for the transition from paper work to electronic health records. There are many physicians who are struggling to master these new EHR software. In order to boost their productivity, they have started employing medical scribes. This in … Read moreIs you EHR improvement obstructed by Medical Scribes

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5 Ways EHR Security Can Boost Productivity

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With passing of HITECH Act in 2009, federal government began to adopt EHR technology for healthcare industry. An EMR software is designed to streamline your workflow for efficient and faster work. Having a vendor and EHR will offer you with insight into productivity and efficiency for improving the performance. We have compiled a list of … Read more5 Ways EHR Security Can Boost Productivity

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Tips to Overcome Your EHR Challenges

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Around 73% of healthcare providers in US have registered themselves for the EHR incentive programs of Medicare and Medicaid Service according to a report by CMS (Centres for Medicare and medicaid Service). There are certain challenges faced by many medical practitioners to capitalize their EHR application completely. We have address some of the frequently occurring … Read moreTips to Overcome Your EHR Challenges

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5 Key Ingredients Required to Successfully Implement EHRs

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Electronic Health Record (EHR) is an extensive electronic record of patient health information generated during any healthcare related issue. These are generally used to improve revenue, deliver proper health care, or enhance reporting specifications. While implementing EHRs, the cost involved is a vital investment for healthcare institutions. However, there are some quick tips that can … Read more5 Key Ingredients Required to Successfully Implement EHRs

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The emerging importance of EHRs in the Medical industry

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Although there is a wide range of benefits in transitioning to an Electronic Health Record (EHR) system, it has become one of the most controversial innovations in medical IT. And with government incentives and regulations promoting meaningful use, EHRs have become just as unavoidable. Medical staff regularly experiences frustration with the usability of these systems, … Read moreThe emerging importance of EHRs in the Medical industry

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5 Scary Things You should Know: What ICD-10 does to your Halloween

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Halloween witnesses this time the recently laid ICD-10, and you will find how interestingly ICD-10 relates to dealing with some scary Halloween characters by describing them in strange codes. Ever since its inception, ICD-10 has creative a good and chilling experience among its audience. It will surprise many of us when it can influence so … Read more5 Scary Things You should Know: What ICD-10 does to your Halloween

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Recent Trends in Medical Coding: ICD-10 goes live this October

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Health care providers are witnessing a startling change in their functioning these days. By order, all health care entities, recognized under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) 1966 need to implement a new coding system for services. The existing system, International Classification of Diseases, Ninth Revision (or ICD-9) will be replaced by the … Read moreRecent Trends in Medical Coding: ICD-10 goes live this October

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The Prerequisites for Tackling Outpatient Coding Denials

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Outpatient Coding, undoubtedly, forms an integral part of the medical coder system. In technical terms, outpatient coding can be defined as the process of allocating universal numeric codes to the different diagnoses, treatments and procedures, subject to patients who have been treated and discharged within the initial 24 hours. Besides serving as a statistical record, … Read moreThe Prerequisites for Tackling Outpatient Coding Denials

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EHR’s Phase 3 Under way: A failed Revolution?

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President Obama signed the HITECH Act in which it stated that every medical practitioner; be it doctor, nurse, clinics and hospitals in America should start using EHR (Electronic Health Record) practices. The Act also provisioned a reward of $30 billion in the form of incentives to the providers and hospitals who sufficiently met the target … Read moreEHR’s Phase 3 Under way: A failed Revolution?