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27
JUL
2015

Winning at Healthcare IT Conversions & Implementations

Below is a portion of an article published recently. Having implemented multiple IT systems over time, the article is amazing. “A new Agency for Healthcare Research & Quality study found that health IT caused interruptions to clinical workflow across all participating clinics...
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26
SEP
2014

Healthcare Technology: The Results of the 30 Free Minutes Offering

The digital age has changed much about our daily lives especially within healthcare technology.   Instant communication has changed the way we connect with each other, instant replay has changed sports calls, and instant technology has changed how quickly a diagnosis can be...
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20
JUN
2014

There is Much Made of Leadership

There is much made of leadership. What it is, what it is no? What are the essential ingredients, what are the habits of successful leaders, how do leaders think, what do they read, how do they handle stress?…and the list goes on. But the reality is for all the similarities...
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26
MAR
2014

Measuring Value: Healthcare Metrics and Changing Definitions

Ask the average patient what they mean by quality care and they will say something like physicians who listen and take time with them in exam room. They may say something about the ambiance of the office, the friendliness of the nurse, or the skill of the surgeon. These are not...
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Medical Management Services-ICD 10 Readiness
17
FEB
2014

ICD 10 – An Alternative Thought

An email from a vendor came the other day saying that their tools were designed to make conversion to ICD 10 easier.  So my interest peaked until the reality sunk in that it was really just a sales ploy. The reality is that conversion to ICD 10 is complex and requires months of...
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Medical Management Services-ICD-10
04
FEB
2014

ICD 10 Provider Documentation: Key to Conversion Success 2014

“Chief Strategy Officer”, an interesting title.  And in these unsure times, may be just what healthcare practices need.  Everyone is under the pressure of what will happen next. How do we capitalize our strengths, minimize our weaknesses, deal with the healthcare exchanges,...
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Medical Management Services-ICD 10 Provider
31
JAN
2014

ICD 10 Provider and Staff Changes

New studies indicate that new habits take about 2 months to become routine.  That means the new EHR takes 60 days to even get used to, much less take advantage of cost savings associated with using.  For providers, the habit of documentation (and it is a habit) will take some...
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Medical Management Services-ICD 10 Readiness
22
JAN
2014

Hints for Healthcare Practices Looking for ICD 10 Solutions

Since 1977 healthcare practices have been using ICD 9.  It’s become familiar and habitual.  Everyone knows exactly where on the superbill the appropriate diagnosis is for the patient just seen.  The prompting box is checked along with the procedure and off the superbill goes into...
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Medical Management Services-ICD 10 Readiness
30
SEP
2013

Can Your Practice Afford ICD 10?

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Although October 14, 2014 is almost a year away; it is amazing how many practices and hospitals still do not yet have a plan for conversion from ICD 9 to ICD 10.  Some have likened the conversion no less important or with similar unknowns as 1999 to 2000 conversion. Andy Popple,...
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Medical Management Services-Healthcare Technology
10
SEP
2013

Wading Through the Healthcare Industry Changes

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In a recent article, there were some bold, but accurate, statements made in regard to the changes within the healthcare industry. “IT leaders will be at the forefront of helping their organizations adjust the the changes in the healthcare industry.” True and accurate....
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Successful ICD-10 Conversion Mini eBook

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