The electronic health record (EHR) dashboard is an important tool for medical practices. It is often overlooked, but the dashboard provides valuable insights that can benefit your practice in many ways.Read More
There’s a lot of work that goes into running a medical practice. From scheduling, to phone calls to seeing patients, there’s most likely not a lot of down time. In order for medical practices to operate smoothly, it truly takes a team effort and the right technology.Read More
While the patient experience begins long before a patient steps into the examination room, it’s important to make a good impression the moment a patient steps through the doors of your medical practice. Starting off on the right foot during the check-in process can positively impact the patient experience and determine the pace of the patient visit.Read More
Ordering, sending and receiving labs are an integral part of clinical practice and patient care. Therefore, it’s important for medical practices to look for an EHR with key features that will streamline lab processes:Read More
Practice EHR is always evolving and improving to meet the needs of the practices we work with. In this blog post, we will focus on what’s new and improved in the software for March. Read on for a review of our latest product updates, including new features and fixes that will be rolled out next week.Read More
It takes time, dedication and the right technology to run a successful medical practice in today’s healthcare industry. Implementing an electronic health record (EHR) has become essential in order for medical practices to grow their practice and provide a better care experience for their patients.Read More
When patients cancel their appointments at the last minute or don’t show up at all, it leads to lost revenue and a strain on your staff. Patient no shows are costly, and understandably frustrating for medical practices. However, there are a few steps practices can take to help minimize patient no shows.Read More
MIPS 2019 is here—along with a few changes you should be aware of for the 2019 program. These Year 3 policy changes, announced in November by The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), further build upon the foundation established during the first two transition years of the program and are reflective of feedback received from many stakeholders. If you’re not familiar with them already, here are few of the key changes for MIPS 2019.
With Thanksgiving right around the corner, we decided to find some holiday humor in a handful of ICD-10 codes that are surprisingly appropriate for the month of November. Really, we just love a good theme—and a good laugh—but who knows, these codes could possibly come in handy at your practice this week.
Practice EHR is always evolving and improving to meet the needs of the practices we work with. In this blog post, we will focus on what’s new and improved in the software. Read on for a review of our latest product updates, including new features and fixes that will be implemented at the end of November 2018.Read More