Three Tech Tools Your Practice Should Be Using, and Why
Technology can improve efficiency, patient engagement, and patient care at your practice - but only if you are using the right technology in the right ways.
Why Physician Use of Telemedicine May Increase in 2015
CMS has finally given physicians a glimpse of its plans to expand reimbursement for telehealth services provided to Medicare beneficiaries.
Six Tech Trends Physicians Should Watch in 2015
Here are six of the biggest healthcare technology trends on the horizon, and what they mean for physicians.
How to Avoid EHR Gaps Seen in the Ebola Crisis
An EHR work flow gap may be to blame for delayed treatment of a Liberian suffering from Ebola in the U.S. Here's how we can avoid such problems in the future.
Conquer Stage 2 of the EHR Incentive Program: 5 Tips
Guidance on the latest ruling, and five ways that physicians can grasp, embrace, and implement the second stage of meaningful use.
The ICD-10 Delay: A Checklist to Get Back on Track
Though you may have taken a break from ICD-10 planning and prep when news of the delay first broke, it's time to get back to work.
Measuring the Return on Investment after Implementing an EHR
Measuring a return on investment for EHRs is not only key to showing the project paid off; it can also ensure ongoing success and adoption.
Four Things Medical Practices Can Learn from the VA Health Scandal
The reasons for this unethical and inefficient system are still being examined, but the consequences contain important lessons for every physician practice.
Meaningful Use Stage 2: 4 Things Physicians Should Know
There is much confusion regarding the Stage 2 rules for the meaningful use incentive program. Here are four key elements that physicians need to be aware of.
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