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12
MAY
2014

The Value of Multi-Tasking to a Healthcare Manager

In a recent article that stated “multi-tasking is virtually impossible” the author attempted to say that to do something really well requires focus, energy and time, the opposite of multi-tasking. Really? Every successful healthcare manager or CEO or any “C” person understands...
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05
MAY
2014

How the ACA is Affecting Private Practices

Original blog post was written by the associates at Simas & Associates, LTD, a government and administrative law firm. The information given is used with their permission. A link to the entire article has been provided below. The Affordable Care Act (the ACA, aka ‘Obamacare’)...
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17
MAR
2014

How Better Inventory Management Systems Save Health Care Companies Money

In 2012, healthcare spending in the United States hit $2.6 trillion, almost 10 times the $256 billion that was spent 30 years ago. Approximately half of this spending goes toward hospital care and clinical services. It is not uncommon for 40 percent of the providing care costs to...
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Medical Management Services-Healthcare Terminology
19
FEB
2014

Healthcare Terminology: Patients or Customers

Just read a pretty interesting article about patient vs. customer as the language being used in healthcare but not in any other industry.  The point was made that the word “patient” is now an antiquated term for healthcare consumer and in very real ways, patients are now...
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Medical Management Services-Affordable Care Act
10
FEB
2014

Affordable Care Act and Your Preventive Care Policy

The Affordable Care Act now requires that preventive care visits and preventive services, including lab work, be provided without any deductible payment. While it may appear to be a great idea for wellness centered care, it presents patients (particularly those with...
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Medical Management Services-Healthcare Value
06
FEB
2014

Healthcare Value and the Future

Value is a word that gets bantered about on a regular basis.  Generally value can be defined as “importance, worth, or usefulness of something.” In healthcare, it is defined by a number of different markers.  For patients, the value of healthcare may mean wellness.  For Providers...
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Medical Management Services-MedPro Solutions ICD-10
27
JAN
2014

MedPro Solutions: ICD-10 Preparedness

MedPro Solutions, the billing arm of Medical Management Services is preparing for ICD 10.  In order to serve billing customers, MPS began readiness training in early 2013.  While the potential for loss of revenue is the number one concern among the healthcare industry, MPS...
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Medical Management Services-Practice Management Systems
06
NOV
2013

Your Healthcare Practice Management System: A Boon or a Bust?

Your practice management system is your healthcare practice’s pathway to the revenue stream.  Your biggest dollar investment is probably your practice management system (although now, your EHR and IT costs may exceed PM) Your primary contact with payers is your practice...
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Medical Management Services-MGMA
07
OCT
2013

MGMA National Conference: Challenges and Opportunities

The MGMA National Conference is being held this week in San Diego.  Large practices, small practices and academic practices from all over the US will converge to connect and learn what makes practices successful.  What interests me the most about this year’s conference, based on...
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Medical Management Services-Healthcare Practice
17
JUN
2013

The Metrics of a Best Healthcare Practice

There is a reason there are provider practices called “best practices.”  They fall into a category of healthcare practices that are determined to not only strive for that excellence in every aspect of their healthcare delivery but also achieve it. So how do you know that...
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Successful ICD-10 Conversion Mini eBook

6 Tips to Maximize your Practice Management System

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