Better EHR usability leads to good EHR adoption rates, less clinician burnout and improved patient safety. This article provides you the 3 best strategies to enhance EHR usability through EHR optimization.
Do you dedicate resources to analyzing payment accuracy? Lots of practices don’t – and are putting too much faith in payers to reimburse in full on every claim they complete.
In today’s healthcare system, the two most important things every healthcare provider should keep a big eye is on delivering quality care and improving patient outcomes.
Today, EHR has become a widely adopted technology in the healthcare market. Securely maintaining patient health data is an important aspect and challenging process with EHR software. Unauthorized access to EHR, health data leakage, and security breaches of practice health databases not only create troubles but also affects the practice growth seriously. In this article, we share some of the major threats and the solutions to overcome EHR security issues effectively.
It may seem hard to believe, but missed appointments can be the top driver of lost revenue for many medical practices. Hard data on no-shows is hard to come by, but a study by the American Osteopathic Association found that no-show rates in outpatient settings range between 23 and 34 percent, which resulted in a loss of 14 percent in expected revenue.
Running a successful healthcare practice? What’s next? Do you have superb any idea about driving your patient’s attention? Maybe you also have an idea to get started with patient portal software. With the usage of digital tools like EHR software, the utilization of patient portals has also gained a huge adoption in recent times.
Running a successful and fiscally responsible medical practice involves many moving parts and pieces. One of the most critical factors to long-term success is having a streamlined revenue cycle management process. There are some errors frequently made along the way, however, so read on to learn to recognize and avoid them!
According to the Medical Economics® 2020 Telehealth-EHR survey, nearly 77% of physicians used telehealth services for the first time because of COVID-19. The pandemic has completely transformed the healthcare industry and telehealth services have emerged as a great way to access care remotely. As we all know, telehealth is not a new one, and its been around for decades, but the adoption rate was very low until the pandemic hits.
Technology has been changing healthcare and with new technological advancements like EHR, personal health records, telehealth patients can easily gain healthcare access on time.
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