Atrius Health deploys home-based Covid-19 triage call center
How and why practices can mimic the critical communication service.
Ten things to know before launching a remote patient monitoring program
Remote monitoring starts around $1,500 per patient, whereas hospital admissions cost thousands more.
Establishing empathy via telemedicine
Tips from clinicians during the surge in telehealth demands.
Triage complications resulting from COVID-19
Individual physicians should not be determining critical care and ventilator use.
HIPAA, telehealth, and managing billing staff working remotely
Expert advice to secure your practice.
Practicing social distancing in the practice and more
Guidance from expert sources.
Expert Advice: Responding to patient panic about the Coronavirus
Educating patients starts with alleviating their concerns. Part of that is educating them about reliable sources of information.
Top two cybersecurity threats facing physician practices
How you can safeguard your practice and patient information.
Coding and billing for advanced practice clinicians
Nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and other advanced practice clinicians may have different coding requirements, adding another layer of complexity to the coding process.
A growing number of physicians are getting a master’s in business administration to learn the business of medicine.
Three Docs Share Stories on Surviving Burnout
How can docs avoid burnout woes? Three docs share their personal stories.
After Hours EHR Time is a Problem for Physicians
Physicians are spending nearly 90 minutes of "pajama time" documenting in the EHR. Here are solutions to fix this pressing problem.
6 Things to Ask your EHR Vendor about Security
Physician practices can learn from Equifax's security breach by asking the right questions. Here are a few to ask their vendor.
5-Step Plan in the Face of an EHR-related Security Breach
Planning ahead for a security breach related to your EHR can make the practice's response much smoother, according to experts.
6 Reasons to Leave Your Current EHR Vendor
Practices need to ask some hard questions to determine if an EHR switch is the right move. Here are a few.
3 Reasons to Stay with Your Current EHR Vendor
From decreased physician productivity to lack of awareness about your EHR vendor's other product offerings, here's why you stay put.
Documenting in the EHR and Focusing on the Patient
Physicians need to document care in the EHR, but they can either keep the computer out of the room or embrace it to focus on the patient.
Balancing Quality Alerts in the EHR
Quality alerts in the EHR can help remind physicians of urgent issues, but it's important to tailor the alerts to specific patients and leverage medical research.
Making Coding Work for Your Practice
Experts share their advice on how to ensure coding is done properly at your practice, through focusing on common codes and more.
Onboarding New Physicians to your Practice's EHR
Experts say the best way to train a new physician is focusing on patient flow. Do not put them in a classroom.
Can Blockchain Solve the EHR Interoperability Challenge?
Experts say blockchain holds a lot of promise, but it's likely five to 10 years before the healthcare industry embraces the technology.
3 Controls to Prepare Your Practice for a Ransomware Attack
Selecting effective passwords and screensavers on computers helps, in addition to ongoing education about cybersecurity.
Outsourcing EHR Management: What You Need to Know
Building a trusting relationship with an outside IT consultant is important, as is due diligence.
Selecting the Right Person to Manage a Server-Based EHR
Server-based EHRs lend themselves to in-house management. But technology expertise for the employee with that responsibility is key, say experts.
Connecting your EHR to Others in an ACO
There's no point in switching your EHR if you join an ACO. You have options in connecting to other systems in the group.
Attending Your EHR Vendor's User Group Meeting
Going to your EHR vendor's user group meeting will allow you to learn best practices from other practices your size.
10 Tips for Using NPs and PAs to Curb Physician Burnout
Employing NPs and PAs is becoming more prevalent in the wake of the physician shortage epidemic, here are some ways to utilize these practitioners in a meaningful way.
With Population Health, it's Not All in the EHR
While one practice built their own EHR to address population health, another solution is accessing information about specialists
Voice Recognition is a Potential Tool to Use in the EHR
Training physicians can be a challenge, but there are many upsides, including real-time patient record updates and physician satisfaction
Payers and Practices Partnering on Value-based Initiatives
Can small practices make it in a value-based world? Payers and experienced practices explain how this shift is possible.
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