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Day: July 14, 2017

Counting The Virtues of Virtual Visits

The more things change, the more they remain the same. Today’s physicians (and patients) are benefitting from connecting by phone instead of in the office. It harkens back to the days when a physician would call before coming to your house or to follow up on a house-call. Today’s systems are much more sophisticated, but

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Patient Scheduling Options – Opening Up Lines of Communication

As practices work to increase convenience for patients, one place they often fall short is in scheduling. It’s a bit ironic, given that the thing physicians want most is for patients to schedule an appointment… The fact is, modern communications channels have increased exponentially over the last few years, and practices have a hard time

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Audit Logs, HIPAA, and Record Retention-Oh, My

In an effort to stay current, your office makes technology changes throughout the year. The only difficulty with these changes is remembering that each one has the potential to affect your compliance with HIPAA record retention laws. HIPAA itself does not require practices to keep patient medical records for any set period. However, most states

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Medical Billing Software-Beyond Codes and Claims
Practice Management

Medical Billing Software-Beyond Codes and Claims

Physicians know medical billing software is about much more than creating a bill. Yes, it’s important to create an accurate bill that includes all aspects of the patient visit with the correct codes—so it gets paid quickly. But today’s practices need more than help selecting codes and creating bills. They need a billing system that

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