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EHR Essentials for Small Urology Practices

Posted by Aparna Prasad

Urology EMR

The electronic medical record, or EMR, is an exciting reality in today’s urology practice. These medical charting systems, also known as electronic health records, or EHRs, require careful planning and implementation, but the payoffs in time saved and better information are more than worth the effort. You will improve the quality, safety and effectiveness of medical care with an Urology EMR and can also generate income to help pay for the system. Federal incentive payments are available for early implementation of an EMR that meets the guidelines for meaningful use. According to an article in “Renal and Urology News,” the Glickman Urological and Kidney Institute at the Cleveland Clinic earned an average of $16,498 per provider in 2011. If your practice isn’t already in the throes of EMR implementation, it’s time to get busy. The rewards are worth the effort.

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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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