Medical Software

7 Leading Behavioral Health EMR Providers

When EMRs first emerged, behavioral health providers had very few available choices designed to suit their specific needs. Many ended up settling for medically-oriented EMRs that, despite including custom templates designed for their specialty, weren’t entirely suited to their needs.

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Avoid These Obstacles When Buying Medical Software

If someone asked you what the biggest obstacles to buying medical software were, what would you tell them? Would you say that sorting out what features you want it to have is the biggest? Or figuring out how to transition from one system to the other? Or would you say that it’s getting the doctors in your practice to agree on a particular product?

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Why You Should (or Shouldn’t) Use Medical Billing Software

Are employees of medical practices often overworked?  Yes. Is there anything you can do about it?  Yes. You may not be able to reduce your number of patients (nor would you want to), or make compliance easier or decrease the number of back office tasks that need to be done, but you can streamline some of your most time-consuming tasks. One in particular you may want to streamline is medical billing and coding.

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The EMR Buying Cycle: A Guide For Medical Practices

Few practices decide that they need to buy an EMR overnight. Usually, the process begins when a growing number of clinicians begin to feel that the EMR they have in place isn’t cutting it, either because it doesn’t work well or doesn’t meet the emerging needs of the business. Over time, everyone in the practice realizes that they could do better with a new EMR.

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How Much Does EHR Implementation Cost?

So you’ve checked out a bunch of EHRs, created a shortlist of contenders and decided which one to buy. You’re prepared to pay what the EHR vendor asks, so you’re all set now… right? Well, no. Unfortunately, implementing an EHR comes with its own set of costs, and if you don’t prepare for them, the installation won’t go well.

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4 Ways Revenue Cycle Management Roles Have Changed

Revenue cycle management isn’t what it used to be. Without a doubt, coding, submitting clean claims and tackling denials are still very important. These days, however, it takes more than smart claims processing to succeed at revenue cycle management – you need to prepare for some major shifts in how it works.

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Digital Health Data is Transforming EMRs

Digital health technologies are reshaping the way healthcare works. Devices like wellness trackers, smartwatches and mobile apps are changing the way patients track and manage their health. This has resulted in an increased interest in accessing medical records among patients and a substantially expanded engagement with the healthcare process.

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The 7 Categories of Healthcare Information Technology

The average person doesn’t always think of software when they think of the healthcare industry.  But implementing these solutions in hospitals and practices has revolutionized patient care the world over.  There are several categories of medical software, also known as healthcare information technology.  We’re not going to lie, it can get confusing sometimes.  With similar names and similar capabilities, it’s not always easy to distinguish one category from the other.  That’s why we put together a primer on the various categories of healthcare information technology.

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The Top 7 Practice Management Software Integrations

The purpose of medical practice management software is to run your practice with one platform.  But too often, medical practices — especially small practices — choose systems that aren’t robust enough.  They end up with several systems that end up adding more manual tasks than they automate.  In short — their practice management software isn’t integrated with other medical software.

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