The significance of Patient Portals and Online Billing for medical practices

Technology plays a prominent role in our lives. We use it everywhere. Whether we are dying to that new TV series everyone is talking about or getting on a plane tomorrow, all we need to do is to log on to the internet and get done with our requirements. The truth is that we are living in an on-demand, consumer-centric society. Read more

January 30th, 2017|Services emr|0 Comments

Will ‘Trumpcare’ become the new norm in America?

2016 had many people preparing for Obamacare, but President Trump is going to replace the healthcare program introduced by the previous president. Despite the numerical success of Obamacare, President Trump plans to implement a new health plan (Trumpcare), which experts are predicting to be readily adoptedby medical practices as soon as it is introduced. Now no one can say for sure what Trumpcare Read more

January 29th, 2017|Services emr|0 Comments

The disadvantages of faxing in Healthcare Interoperability

Healthcare interoperability is really important for medical practices of all sizes. It has been observed that many practices are still using Fax as their primary method of sharing patient data. This is a major problem and solving it would improve care and lower costs. Strangely, every healthcare organization in the US already supports it,but very few are aware of its downsides. Here we will discuss some of the disadvantages Read more

January 28th, 2017|Services emr|0 Comments

Obamacare replacement announced! Here is what you need to do

Two Republican senators, Sens. Susan Collins of Maine and Bill Cassidy of Louisiana, have announced an alternative to replace Obamacare. The announcement came amidst increasing pressure on the GOP to create a substitute to the previous healthcare law. The new plan is currently being identified as “Obamacare replacement plan” grants Read more

January 27th, 2017|Healthcare News, Services emr|0 Comments

Is Digital Exchange of Health Information supported by HIPAA at the Local, State and Federal levels?

The government continues to work hard to provide a properly functioning health system to everyone at the federal, state, and local level. There are government oversight agencies that may license health insurance companies or health care professionals, administer a state Medicaid program and monitor efficacy Read more

January 26th, 2017|Services emr|0 Comments

Are CMS’ new rules just and fair for all?

Although many of us have successfully made it to the new year and are going fine with our new year resolutions, but clinicians participating in the PQRS (Physician Quality Reporting System) and VM (Value-Based Payment Modifier) 2016 programs are finding 2017 a bit hard to keep up with. The conclusion of the reporting period welcomes the important data submission period. Read more

January 25th, 2017|Services emr|0 Comments

Are you worried about your EHR system’s interoperability? Here is a solution for you?

Interoperability is a pressing issue in the world of healthcare today. Over the past 8 years, the US healthcare industry has ushered in an era of widespread health information technology (IT) adoption. Nearly every practice out there uses EHR or EMR systems and has successfully eliminated the use of paper Read more

January 24th, 2017|Services emr|0 Comments

Small and Solo Practices Alert – Here is What to Look for When Choosing an EHR System

Back in 2013, when the government introduced Health IT incentive programs, the adoption of EHR/EMR soared. It was reported that more than $17.7 billion were paid in EHR incentive payments. But even then physicians in small and solo practices were reluctant to follow this trend due to financial reasons. Read more

January 23rd, 2017|MIPS|0 Comments

Subscribe For

Blog updates