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2020 01, 2020

The Most Important Components of an EHR System

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Photo: Unsplash   The adoption of electronic health records (EHRs) in the medical industry has a number of benefits.   In fact, 78% of physicians & practice managers using EHR reported enhanced patient care and 65% said it had alerted them to a potential medication error. Approximately 50% added that EHR use helped them [...]

2020 01, 2020

The Best EHR Software Systems in 2020

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The Best EHR Software Systems in 2019 Photo: Pixabay Electronic health records (EHRs) play a major role in the improvement of healthcare services. In fact, a survey reports that 88% of surveyed practitioners found EHR rewarding for their practice, and 75% reported better patient care due to EHR. And the EHR market is only [...]

2020 01, 2020

Everything There Is To Know About MACRA and FQHC

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Image: Pexels The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA) was passed by Congress in 2015, which led to the institution of the Quality Payment Program (QPP). MACRA was meant to change healthcare reimbursement models to the quality, rather than quantity of care. Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC) are the most affected by this new [...]

2019 09, 2019

What Exactly is MACRA & MIPS?

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The majority of practices across the US reported confusion with MACRA and MIPS requirements. Similarly, these concerns are reflected in the reporting results of both 2018 and 2019 - with poor outcomes overall across the country. With so much confusion and poor results overall, we’ve broken down everything you need to know about MACRA and [...]

2019 08, 2019

How Long Should You Keep Medical Records in the USA?

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The minimum length of time for keeping your patients’ medical records varies state-by-state and, in certain states, your type of medical practice. In this article, we’ll give you an idea of what to expect in terms of how long you should retain medical records according to both federal law and state law. You’ll also get [...]

2019 07, 2019

Understanding the Pros & Cons of EHR / EMR

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Researchers credit the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act of 2009 as a key driver for the adoption of electronic health record (EHR) and electronic medical record (EMR) systems in the United States. A major reason for EHR/EMR adoption has been the availability of government reimbursements to clinics and hospitals that [...]

2019 07, 2019

Guide to Problem Oriented Medical Records

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A Problem Oriented Medical Record (POMR) is a way of recording patient health information in a way that’s easy for physicians to read and revise. The basic idea of POMR is to equip doctors with the ability to understand the patient’s medical history. Since its introduction to the medical world in 1968, POMR has been [...]

2019 07, 2019

Strategies for Managing & Improving Your Medical Practice

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(Source: DepositPhotos) Today’s medical practices face a diverse range of problems. These include, to name a few, controlling increasingly high operating costs, raising patient satisfaction, and navigating the confusing maze of government regulatory requirements. Though different problems, each one of these contributes to making clinics inefficient, and in turn, weaken the bottom line. In this [...]

2019 05, 2019

Advantages & Disadvantages of Paper Medical Records

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Photo: Pexels The first hint of a transition from paper medical records to electronic records came after the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), passed in 2009. This required healthcare providers across the United States to modernize internal record systems and create a centralized database, making it easier for doctors, physicians, and nurses to access [...]

2019 05, 2019

Transitioning From Paper Based to Electronic Medical Records

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Photo: Pixabay Paper-based medical records were a mainstay in the health industry until fairly recently. The switch to electronic records was only because of changes mandated by the US Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act of 2009, which required healthcare providers to transition from paper to electronic medical records. Transitioning From [...]