Set Your ICD-10 Goals for 2016
The ICD-10 transition will continue into the next year for practices. Here are some tips you’ll need to take in 2016.
Train Staff to Address ICD-10 Related Coder Shortage
With a dearth of coders thanks to the ICD-10 transition, some practices find that training current staff is the best way to get good coders.
On Tap for Physicians Attending Internal Medicine 2009
Health care reform, the patient-centered medical home, and the impact of environmental change on global health are just a few of the topics to be discussed at the Internal Medicine 2009 Medicine 2009 in Philadelphia this week.
PAs Offer Comprehensive Care to Growing Geriatric Population
With the geriatric patient population increasing, physicians can count on PAs to take a hands-on approach to managing their care.
A forum for radiologists to talk about employment.
A Reminder on the Breach Notification Rule Requirements
A recent data breach serves as a reminder to practices about the importance of the Breach Notification Rule's requirements.
Attending to a Public Health Crisis in an Underserved Area
Facing something like the Zika epidemic is challenging for any healthcare organization, but especially when they lack significant resources.
It’s Time for Payers and Providers to Work as Partners
Data-sharing collaborations between payers and providers have potential to improve the bottom line for healthcare organizations and the health of their patients.
Nudging Healthcare Organizations towards Cybersecurity
To ensure practices' data are secure from breaches, a cybersecurity expert made the case for an open-minded and multidisciplinary approach to better compliance.
The Shift to Understanding the Person behind the Patient
Technology is a useful tool to personalize the patient experience along the care journey while improving well-being and producing better outcomes.
The 4 P’s of Healthcare Social Media Governance
Social media is a must for practices to engage patients in today's day and age. So a governance program is essential.
Stories Have Healing Power, For Both Patients and Doctors
Research has shown that patient stories can heal. In this regard, Open Notes is a movement that can improve the doctor-patient relationship.
Addiction in the US: The Surgeon General’s Report
The report contains a vast amount of information but overlooks some important issues.
5 Steps to Avoid Being a Ransomware Victim
Two attorneys with expertise in cybersecurity outlined steps practices should take to minimize the threat of ransomware at HIMSS17.
Policy Experts Explain the Trouble with Repeal and Replace
While GOP congressmen have promised to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, two policy experts say it won't be that easy.
MRI Detects Breast Cancer Sooner than Mammography
Study shows using MR imaging for breast screening among women with average cancer risk improves early diagnosis.
Making Better Connections via Mobile-enabled Care Management
One of Nebraska’s largest health plans put down the telephone and picked up mobile-enabled tech to show true gains in its care management efforts.
Diversity a Business Imperative for Health Organizations
Diversity in your organization isn't just the right thing to do, some experts say it can improve care plans and add practical value.
Turning Data into Actionable Insights for Greater Operational Efficiency and Value
How to navigate data in radiology.
Tech Partnerships Bring Help, Potential Trouble to Docs
Old government regulations need to adapt to new healthcare technologies, advises a former DOJ attorney.
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