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15
DEC
2014

Trends in Healthcare that Your Healthcare Practice Should Consider

There are several trends in healthcare that your healthcare practice should consider. Healthcare has always responded to innovation and change. Leaders in healthcare are always looking for ways to improve the overall health of the patient and their organizations. They go hand in...
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29
SEP
2014

EHR Overhaul Called for by AMA: A recipe for Success?

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The AMA (American Medical Association) is calling for an overhaul of EHRs and has published 8 challenges that need to be overcome to be considered successful. Enhance physicians’ ability to provide high-quality patient care Support team-based care Promote care coordination Offer...
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19
SEP
2014

Healthcare Practice Management Systems: Making Them Work for You

One of the biggest decisions your practice will make is the choice of Practice Management Systems. It will be an expensive decision as well. Like all technology, Practice Management systems cannot just be plugged ion and magically perform. Training, work-flow, set-up options,...
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06
AUG
2014

ICD-10 Readiness Surprises

Providers responding to a recent survey on ICD-10 readiness expressed concerns about the impact the coding switch–set to go into effect Oct. 1, 2015, after being delayed in April–will have on revenue, productivity and workflow. Of 349 providers surveyed between May...
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01
AUG
2014

Healthcare Management and the Google Connection

Have you seen the story about Google’s search for what a healthy person looks like? “The new project out of Google X, called Baseline Study, will collect genetic and molecular data from 175 anonymous people in an attempt to piece together an exquisitely detailed picture of...
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09
JUL
2014

Healthcare Practices and Computers: A Few Observations

Staffing efficiently in a healthcare practice and keeping the largest cost of your practice in check (human resources and all costs associated) is a HUGE concern for all healthcare practices. The recommendations coming from the private industry sector is clear; automate for...
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07
JUL
2014

The Ubiquitous Computer in Healthcare Technology

My first work computer was a standalone Compaq; pretty fancy stuff in healthcare technology at the time.  A simple function first used was in a laboratory that was putting on a health fair. What this computer did was compile and organize patient demographic data (manually...
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09
MAY
2014

How to Choose the Right Radiology Devices for Your Needs

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When considering which positioning aid or devices are best suited to a patient’s needs, doctors and radiologists can choose from a wide range to enable correct patient positioning for accurate diagnostic imaging. Radiology positioning devices are available in disposable foam or...
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24
MAR
2014

Medical Practice Innovation through Outsourcing

Every health care organization at one time or another considers outsourcing parts of its operation to a specialized company to meet specific goals, to fill a gap, to tap new resources and sometimes because you simply need to save some money. But are there critical times in the...
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12
MAR
2014

Healthcare Technology: The Gaps in Utilizing Telemonitoring

The benefits of tele-monitoring are evident, especially for some diagnoses.  But the theory behind tele-monitoring and the realities of dealing with tele-monitoring have a gap in-between them.  How to over-come the gap and bring real value is the question. More and more hospitals...
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Successful ICD-10 Conversion Mini eBook

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