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Patient Portals: More Than a Tool to Meet Meaningful Use
Smart use of your patient portal can not only help physicians meet meaningful use rules, but also foster better patient interactions.
Three Tips to More Effective and Efficient Use of Your EHR
The gap between having an EHR and meeting meaningful use is wide. Here are three tips to narrow the divide.
Make Meaningful Use Clinical Summaries Work for You and Your Patients
Providing your patients with useful clinical summaries to meet meaningful-use requirements might be trickier than you expect.
Meaningful Use Already Improving Patient Care
In the three years since the first providers began attesting, meaningful use has already started benefiting patients.
Meaningful Use Security Risk Analysis: 6 Areas to Review
The Stage 2 rules of meaningful use call for a security risk analysis of your practice. Here are some common sources of data loss to examine.
Meaningful Use Proposed Changes Offer Physicians More Time, Flexibility
CMS has offered a bit of a reprieve to eligible providers struggling to meet the meaningful use guidelines for Stage 2. Here are the details.
It's Not Too Late to Catch Up on Meaningful Use
Running behind on the meaningful use requirements for the EHR Incentive Programs? It might not be as bad as it seems for your practice.
Meaningful Use: Getting Patient Buy-in to Meet Portal Requirements
Getting your patients to use your patient portal may not be as hard as you think. Here's why.
ICD-10 Delay: Good News or Bad for Physicians?
Whether they think it is good or bad news, savvy physicians will use the extra time to prepare their practices for the ICD-10 coding transition wisely.
ICD-10 Training: Start Early, Practice Often
There's plenty to do to get your medical practice ready for ICD-10, but proper training tops the list.
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