Clinical, Financial and Administrative Insights For Physicians

7 Signs Your Cardiology Practice Should Replace Its Cardiology EMR

Posted by Alok Prasad

Does your Cardiology Electronic Medical Record (EMR) system still meet your cardiology practice's needs? If not, you're not alone. According to Healthcare IT News, about one-fourth of medical practices want to replace their EMR systems. If you're a little (or a lot) frustrated with your Cardiology EMR software, you have three options:

  1. Update: Make sure you have the latest operating and informational enhancements for your existing system, including bug patches and revisions to ICD-9 codes and drug lists.
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RevenueXL's Neurology EMR : Implementing it is as easy as 1-2-3

Posted by Alok Prasad

 

According to MedCityNews, EMR software represents "one of the best investment instruments for healthcare providers due to its far-reaching ability to eliminate expensive paperwork, streamline time-consuming administrative hassles and dramatically improve patient care". Because of the complex nature of neurological disorders and diseases treated by specialized medical professionals who oversee neurology practices, RevenueXL has meticulously reviewed and assessed the operational requirements of neurology practices and developed an easy-to-use Neurology EMR software exclusively for them.

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Cardiology EHR Selection Checklist for Small Practices

Posted by Alok Prasad

Cardiology EHR Software

Software developers have been working hard the past couple of years to be ready for the heightened interest in EMR/EHR systems. The initial focus was on "generic" systems that could work in various practices. Basic functionality isn't always enough to impress medical offices – especially medical specialists such as cardiologists. The Certification Commission for Health Information Technology, a nonprofit group that vets EHR systems for compliance with performance standards, has also noted that a one-size-fits-all approach to electronic health records does medical practices a disservice.

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Top 5 Reasons Why Urologists Are Embracing Urology EMR Software

Posted by Aparna Prasad

As the deadlines for Stage 2 Incentives for the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act and the new billing procedure ICD-10 quickly approach, perhaps there is not a better time for Urology Clinics and Urologists to consider moving from the cumbersome, space hogging paper chart system to the streamlined certified Urology EMR Software designed to assist them not only with patient care and patient health records, but also offer them the assistance they need to comply with a tightly controlled billing structure.

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A Certified Podiatry EHR Can Give Your Practice a Leg Up

Posted by Alok Prasad

Certified Podiatry EHR

With encouragement from the federal government, increasing numbers of hospitals and medical clinics are adopting electronic health record (EHR) systems and anticipating the promised incentive payments. In May 2011, the first batch of incentives was distributed. As it turns out, podiatrists earned a surprisingly high portion of the payments; they made up about 1.5 percent of Medicare providers, but they received roughly 12 percent of the incentive payments.

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Insights into Podiatry EMR Software - Is EMR Software the Right Choice?

Posted by Aparna Prasad

In a busy practice, it can be a difficult choice for you to opt-in to utilizing Podiatry EMR software.  A big barrier for many physicians is price, another is time.  With a waiting room consistently packed with patients who need to be seen for ankle sprains, ulcers related to diabetes, soft tissue injuries in the feet and a variety of other issues, there's often very little time to plan, implement and train around podiatry electronic medical records.

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