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Which App Goes With Your Smartphone?

Published on February 21, 2013 By EHRblogger

According to Statista.com, the U.S. forecast for smartphone usage is bright and sunny. Based on statistics from 2010 to 2012, the number of active smartphone users will be reach 157.70 million by 2014—climbing to nearly 192.40 million by 2016. In addition, appAdvice.com states that, on average, nearly 30 million mobile apps are downloaded daily to [...]

An Inside Look at Digital Marketing

Published on February 19, 2013 By EHRblogger

As part of our digital marketing series, we’ll be sharing simple tips and tricks to better market your medical practice through: Web marketing Social media E-mail marketing Here’s a sneak peak at one of our digital marketing posts: As we all know, new patients are the life blood of any medical practice (no pun intended). [...]

Top 10 EHR Topics in 2012

Published on January 17, 2013 By EHRblogger

Happy New Year! It has been a busy year for our EHR and EMR Insights blog so we thought we’d share our top 10 most popular posts from 2012: Take a look back and enjoy: 10. Strengthen Your Bottom Line: 7 Immediate EHR Benefits  Would you like to strengthen the bottom line of your medical [...]

Holiday Treat: The 12 EHR Recommendations

Published on December 21, 2012 By EHRblogger

It’s that time of year again! We’re back with 12 holiday recommendations that are sure to keep on giving! Whether your practice is looking to buy your first EHR or replace your current system, we hope these valuable insights help you through difficulties you might have. Here are our 12 recommendations: 1. Technical Training: Encourage [...]

Is Your Practice at Risk of Submitting Fraudulent E&M Claims?

Published on December 11, 2012 By EHRblogger

EHRs that increase Medicare reimbursement through cloning and “upcoding” templated notes have drawn attention from the highest levels of government—including the Attorney General, HHS Secretary Katherine Sebelius, the Office of Inspector General, RAC auditors, four members of the Senate, and four members of Congress. Collectively, they have instructed various government agencies to aggressively pursue providers [...]