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Solving Medical Practice Problems Post-Tech Adoption
Our 2015 Technology Survey Sponsored by Kareo reveals common challenges practices face after technology implementations. Here's what they are, and how to address them.
EHRs and Patient Portals: Key Contract Considerations
Doing your homework upfront may reduce the likelihood you'll experience challenges after implementing the new technology.
Solving Patient Portal Work Flow Problems
Seventeen percent of 2015Technology Survey respondents said dealing with communication work flow is their biggest patient portal challenge. Here's help.
Think Your Practice is HIPAA Compliant? Think Again.
Nine HIPAA missteps that experts say medical practices make every day.
Four Common HIPAA Misconceptions
Experts say there are common compliance misconceptions that are costing practices unnecessary time and resources.
Complying with the HIPAA Nondisclosure Rule
Under the HIPAA Omnibus Rule, patients can request a restriction on disclosure of PHI to a payer if they pay out of pocket, in full for a service.
Seven Ways to Appreciate Medical Practice Staff
We asked physicians to share their favorite tactics for rewarding and acknowledging their staff members. Here's what they said.
Reach, Engage, and Care for Remote Patients: 4 Tips
Four ways mobile devices and other tools can improve patient care.
Getting Started with mHealth at Your Medical Practice
While mHealth presents great opportunities for physicians and patients, conduct your due diligence first.
Are Physicians Making the Most of Mobile Devices?
Surveys indicate that many physicians are lagging when it comes to fully utilizing mobile devices in patient care, but experts say that may change — soon.
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