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Journal

Physicians Practice Vol 25 No 7: November 2009

Performance

The biggest problem with an EHR is not the product itself — it is the way we learn to use it. Here are five strategies to reduce user frustrations.

Performance

Operations

Once implemented, an EHR can bring many benefits to a practice. But minor mistakes can cause major problems. Here's what to watch out for.

Operations

Coding

Establish appropriate staff training for ICD-10 at your medical practice with a keen eye on your revenue cycle management.

Coding

ICD-10

Our coding expert discusses coding for low-level MDM; teaching physician requirements; referral confusion, and transitional care management.

ICD-10

Healthcare Careers

CAQH ProView, a standardized electronic application form can reduce the time and resources needed for credentialing.

Healthcare Careers

Managers Administrators

Opportunity for human error abounds where physician credentialing is concerned, which can expose your medical practice to financial loss.

Managers Administrators

To ensure your medical practice does not leave money on the table, proper physician credentialing is a must.

Managers Administrators

EHR

Here are the results from our 2015 Technology Survey, Sponsored by Kareo, featuring replies from more than 1,100 medical practices on their use of EHRs, patient portals, and other tech tools.

EHR

Doing your homework upfront may reduce the likelihood you'll experience challenges after implementing the new technology.

EHR

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.

EHR

Patient Portals

Seventeen percent of 2015Technology Survey respondents said dealing with communication work flow is their biggest patient portal challenge. Here's help.

Patient Portals

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