Archive for September, 2011

EHR & EMR Insights Word Search

September 22, 2011

This week, we are hosting our biggest-ever annual client conference. Our entire Insights staff is busy speaking with clients and delivering the high level of customer service they have come to expect. In the meantime, we thought we’d leave you with some light reading this week with an EHR word search. Enjoy! EHR & EMR [...]

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5 Necessities of Highly Effective EHR Implementations

September 16, 2011

Whether your medical practice is switching over to a new electronic health record (EHR) system or converting from a paper chart system, the change will impact every person at your practice. Preparing your staff, setting expectations, and retaining the best EHR implementation team will help make your EHR adoption successful and your experience positive. Here [...]

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Exemption from 2012 ePrescribing Penalties

September 8, 2011

If You Qualify, It’s Now Time to Submit Your Request New Rule: CMS has released the Final Rule that gives providers (particularly some surgeons and pain-management physicians) expanded opportunities to request an exemption from the 2012 ePrescribing penalties. The rule finalizes the Proposed Rule that amended the MIPPA 2011 ePrescribing regulations. The deadline for providers [...]

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An EHR is Not Like a Box of Chocolates…You Should Know What You’re Gonna Get!

September 1, 2011

“My momma always said, ‘Life was like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re gonna get.‘” – Forrest Gump Forrest Gump’s mother was right when she compared life’s unpredictability to a box of chocolates. In the grand scheme of things, life can be unpredictable at times. But when it comes to selecting an [...]

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