The research firm SK&A released findings from a phone survey involving 270,036 medical providers. Read More »
Archive for March, 2014
Why do EHR adoption rates vary across state lines?
The benefits of EHR adoption far outweigh any initial hiccups, especially if you choose the best chiropractic EHR for your practice. Read More »
Clinical documentation poised to improve under ICD-10 and chiropractic EHR
ICD-10 and chiropractic EHR stand to improve clinical documentation procedures. Read More »
When it comes to ICD-10, keep calm and carry on
While the onset of ICD-10 will inevitably spur a few growing pains, it has ultimately been developed to improve patient care and streamline the administrative process in practices across the country. Read More »
Are providers falling behind on ICD-10?
CD-10 was a hot topic at the HIMSS14 conference last month, but despite efforts to educate health care providers and equip them with the tools they’ll need to weather the coming storm, it seems that many practitioners are still woefully unprepared for what’s to come. Read More »
Deadline for new CMS 1500 form is next month
Lea Chatham at Kareo has compiled some essential, need-to-know items about CMS 1500 and this fast-approaching deadline. Read More »
Study: EHR software tapped to lower bloodstream infections among children
EHR-enhanced checklists have been shown to enhance patient care. Read More »
The work doesn’t stop at EHR adoption, experts warn
EHR providers and physicians must look beyond these hurdles in initial implementation if the health care industry is truly poised for reform. Read More »