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Making ICD-10 Training Fun at Your Medical Practice
From team competitions to your own game of Jeopardy!, training for the ICD-10 transition can be enjoyable for your medical practice.
Three Strategies to Help Your Practice Embrace ICD-10
ICD-10 is coming whether we like it or not. Here's how to get your medical practice to accept the coming coding set transition.
With ICD-10 Training, Timing Is Everything
How to manage the timing of your ICD-10 training — whether you anticipated a 2014 transition or have done nothing so far.
Six Critical ICD-10 Questions for Your Software Vendors
The ICD-10 deadline is only nine months away. Here are six questions to ask your software vendors immediately.
Understanding Meaningful Use Penalties in 2015
The EHR Incentive Programs take a new turn in 2015: the penalty phase. More rule changes may come, but providers shouldn't count on relief.
Time Is Running Out for Meaningful Use in 2014
Here's what you need to know to help you close out your 2014 meaningful use reporting year and get ready for 2015.
Three Tips to Reboot, and Not Replace, Your EHR
If your practice is not getting the most out of its EHR, here are three tips to get your vendor to make it right.
Three Tips for Successful EHR Training
Take training seriously at your practice and you may find that you have a much happier relationship with your EHR system.
EHR Vendor Relations: 4 Tips to Better Communication
One of the keys to successful implementation of EHRs is good communications with your vendor. Here are four tips to a better dialogue.
Ditching Your EHR: 4 Key Questions
When your EHR is no longer working for your practice, it may be time to search for a new product.
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