The policies, technology, security, and reimbursement guidelines a practice needs in place to make telemedicine work
Mary K. Pratt
Keeping credit card information on file can ensure patients pay their bills and that those payments come through promptly, but it comes with risks.
Minimize or eliminate EHR frustration by dedicating a “superuser” in the practice.
Emerging technologies focus on more intuitive tools to assist physicians, improve care
Cutting-edge practices are enabling patients to do more via portals, and increasing engagement as a result.
Software systems can go down for a variety of reasons, but mitigation solutions can ensure your practice can manage through it.
After more than a year at work, the Health Care Industry Cybersecurity Task Force in June issued its report on what providers must do to better safeguard patient data.
EHRs enable exchange of patient records through health information exchanges, but making the record-sharing work isn’t seamless.
Assigning a “superuser” can help optimize EHR use and minimize disruptions by bringing necessary support skills to your practice.
Health IT experts say technology’s ability to scan data promises significant efficiencies and can improve individualized care.