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The Practice EHR Blog

Moving from One EHR to the Next: It Is a Transition (Part 1)

Posted by Karna Morrow, CPC, RCC, CCS-P, Implementation Manager on Jan 31, 2020 10:08:34 AM

 

No one really believes that you can complete a well-documented clinical note in three easy clicks. We know that you can’t over-book your patients on the first day you are live on a new electronic health record (EHR) software. This isn’t our first rodeo after all. But in my experience as an implementation manager, I have observed a few trends we may each be guilty of as we’ve approached that transition from one EHR to the next.

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The Small Things Make a Big Difference

Posted by Karna Morrow, CPC, RCC, CCS-P, Implementation Manager on Jan 23, 2020 9:14:19 AM

“New and Improved” – we have all seen those words in bold letters on a commercial or sales flyer. But what is really new – improved? And do those changes really impact me? Within the world of software sometimes the new/improved is unintentionally hidden in the details of an update release. In 2020, Practice EHR will make a small change that will make a big difference to the return on your investment.

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2019 Highlights and What’s Ahead In 2020

Posted by Khurshid Mughal on Dec 19, 2019 1:00:00 PM

As we reflect on 2019, Practice EHR took several steps to position ourselves to be more than a trusted solution to our clients, but to be a partner.  From creating new partnerships to hiring new experts that will continue to drive innovative ideas for our clients, Practice EHR is ready for 2020.

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Is Your Practice Ready for Medicare Beneficiary Identifiers (MBIs)?

Posted by Karna Morrow, CPC, RCC, CCS-P, Implementation Manager on Dec 9, 2019 10:23:57 AM

Do you have your insurance card? Asking this question is a routine practice when patients present at a provider’s office or facility. It is not uncommon for insurance companies to issue new cards with a new contract year.

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Topics: Healthcare Office Management, Specialty-Specific EHR, Regulatory Updates, Industry Update

Appropriate Use Criteria Changes: What You Need to Know for 2020

Posted by Karna Morrow, CPC, RCC, CCS-P, Implementation Manager on Dec 5, 2019 8:00:00 AM

It is hard to believe that the end of another year is just around the corner. This is a busy time in healthcare. CMS will soon release the Final Rules and confirm changes to the reimbursement and reporting guidelines for 2020. Not all changes impact each specialty in the same way. But there is one change that will impact many of Practice EHR practices.

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Topics: Healthcare Office Management, Regulatory Updates, Industry Update

Practice EHR Attends D CEO’s Excellence in Healthcare Awards 2019

Posted by Practice EHR on Nov 27, 2019 8:00:00 AM

Last week our team attended D CEO’s sixth annual Excellence in Healthcare Awards program. The event recognized outstanding healthcare executives, healthcare CEOs, practitioners, and other innovative industry leaders within North Texas. 

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Practice EHR Puts Customer Experience First with New Implementation Manager

Posted by Practice EHR on Nov 21, 2019 8:00:00 AM

Practice EHR welcomes Karna Morrow, CPC, RCC, CCS-P, as our new implementation manager. Morrow has spent nearly three decades in the healthcare industry and brings a wealth of industry knowledge. Throughout her career she’s worked with a variety of healthcare organizations, providing medical billing and coding consulting and leading electronic health record implementations and training.

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Partnership with TreatWrite is Another Step in the Growth and Expansion of Practice EHR

Posted by Practice EHR on Oct 28, 2019 8:00:00 AM

Practice EHR, earlier this month, announced our new strategic partnership with TreatWrite, a web-based progress tracking documentation system for speech, occupational and physical therapy practices. TreatWrite’s patient documentation system will integrate with Practice EHR’s practice management system for one comprehensive solution for its clients.

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Topics: Small Practice, Specialty-Specific EHR, Practice EHR News

The Reviews Are In: Practice EHR Named Top 20 Most Popular EHR

Posted by Practice EHR on Oct 14, 2019 8:00:00 AM

“I love Practice EHR. I see a lot of patients and need to document effectively and efficiently. Practice EHR is amazingly efficient and easy to use and makes my podiatric documentation very manageable. I would recommend it to any colleague or for any practice/specialty. They customize it for you and your practice. Plus the value compared to other EHR services I have seen is off the charts. Love, love, love Practice EHR!!!!” said Russell H., podiatrist and client of Practice EHR.

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Success Story: Garden State Podiatry

Posted by Practice EHR on Oct 3, 2019 10:00:00 AM

Practice EHR was designed with physicians and their practices in mind. We understand that medicine is complicated but believe operating a medical practice doesn’t have to be. When Dr. Ujjwal Datta of Garden State Podiatry turned to Practice EHR for a cost-effective and user-friendly electronic health record (EHR) that could support his two office locations, we stepped up to help.

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