CMS allows eClinicalWorks customers to go unpunished

eClinicalWorks mishap is known by everyone in the US Healthcare industry. Interestingly, new things are unfolding related to the settlement and the latest are, thankfully, positive. So the U.S. Department of Justice settled a False Claims Act case with eClinicalWorks and the repercussion came in the form of worried eClinicalWorks clients who started asking whether they will be required Read more

July 12th, 2017|healthcare marketing, Healthcare News|0 Comments

Google Removes Private Medical Records from Search Results

Medical information of people is something private and that’s precisely why Electronic health records today come with such secure encryptions. But what if a physician deliberately publishes patient’s private health information in order to get more patients or credibility online? Sounds like a sticky situation Read more

July 7th, 2017|Healthcare News|0 Comments

Medical billing software VS Electronic Health Record

Many EHR vendors are offering billing services as well and this tend to confuse many of the difference between an EHR and medical billing software. In order to improve their usability and functionality, many medical billing and EHR software systems are designed to have overlapping features. The main idea behind this all is to offer a “one-stop-solution” to a medical practice. Read more

June 23rd, 2017|Services emr|0 Comments

Why an interoperable EHR is necessary for all Hospitals today?

It’s a fact that the U.S. spends more on health IT than many other countries. Interestingly, attitudes about interoperability here are still are mixed. A recent survey on this topic revealed that most providers (75%) think integrated systems are valuable. This was sadly lower as compare to other countries Read more

June 22nd, 2017|Services emr|0 Comments

Apple working on offering Health Records on iPhone

With a high-end dual lens camera and wireless earphones, what else can you expect from Apple’s high-end smartphone? Assistance in Healthcare? Well. According to a report published in CNBC, the technology company is currently working on it. The report imagines people turning to their iPhone for all their health and medical information, which includes all visits to the doctor, lab test results, prescriptions, Read more

June 16th, 2017|Services emr|0 Comments

CMS pays $730 million extra in meaningful use incentives

According to a report released by U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Inspector General, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services have actually overpaid more than $729 million worth of incentive payments to eligible providers that failed to meet meaningful use requirements. The officials said that this happened because the sample of eligible providers failed Read more

June 14th, 2017|Services emr|0 Comments

Epic’s $600 million contract with Veterans Affairs to remain in force

With the Veterans Affairs secretary David Shulkin announcing on Monday that his agency will be using the same technology as the Department of Defense (DoD), people were concerned about the fate of Epic Corp. who won a similar contract in 2015. The system opted by the DoD is MHS Genesis, Read more

June 12th, 2017|Services emr|0 Comments

5 tips to steer clear of potential dangers posed by EHR Vendors

You must have read or heard about the eClinicalWorks issue with DOJ that happened recently. Well, the same thing may happen to you if you are not careful. eClinicalWorks is a sound company with many customers and likewise, services. If something like that can happen with such a vendor, imagine Read more

June 7th, 2017|Services emr|0 Comments

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