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Ensuring Medical Billing Success

By: ChartLogic

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By: AdvancedMD

The delay of the ICD-10 conversion gave many private practices—and their EHR and practice management vendors—the time they needed to prepare for ICD-10.

By: CareCloud

Over 50% of pediatricians spend 10 or more hours on paperwork & administrative activities per week.

By: AdvancedMD

Breaking up is hard to do, even when it is with an EHR vendor. But with thoughtful planning, you can make moving on as smooth as possible.

ROI and EHR

E-Book: Improving the ROI of your EHR

By: CareCloud

A 2013 study from the University of Michigan School of Public Health finds that practices that implement an EHR without a laser focus on enhancing revenue and cutting costs are likely to lose more than $43,000 over five years.

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By: Kareo

ICD-10 will affect your software, your superbills, your workflow, your documentation, and more. Use this checklist to help your practice ensure a successful transition.

Loudoun Peds

EHR Case Study: Loudoun Pediatric Associates

By: Pulse Systems

Before 2012, all LMG practices were using the same EHR. However, the practices were experiencing significant functionality limitations, and the previous EHR couldn’t support Meaningful Use requirements without a costly upgrade and substantial user training.

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By: Greenway Health

The role technology plays in transitioning your practice to ICD-10 can’t be overstated. Testing that technology and training your staff are also important

By: Soapware

One of the primary challenges healthcare facilities face is understanding how to effectively compile patient data for use with CQM reporting.

Money, Meaningful Use, and ICD-10

By: Cerner

The Black Book Rankings marketing research firm polled roughly 17,000 users for its February 2013 survey. The numbers speak for themselves. Of those polled, anywhere between 17% and 31% of physicians planned to switch their systems.

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