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Will ICD-10 Cause the Extinction of Paper Superbills?

  
  
  
ICD-10 Superbills

Paper superbills have been as much a part of many medical practices as stethoscopes and blood pressure cuffs over the past few decades. And despite increasing prevalence of electronic health records (EHRs), more than half of physician practices today still use paper superbills. That's because they're flexible and powerful and do their job well.

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What the Twitter-Google Partnership Means for Physicians

  
  
  
Twitter and Google Partnership for Physicians

Earlier this year, Google and Twitter announced that Tweets would be integrated into Google's search engine real-time results. This may give you a feeling of déjà vu, and that's because Tweets used to be integrated into search results until a few years ago, when Twitter stopped allowing it. With a change of heart, Twitter is giving Google more real-time content and in return Google is likely giving Twitter more traffic as well.

Code Confusion: What to Expect With ICD-10

  
  
  
ICD-10

Reactions to the looming changeover from ICD-9 coding standard to ICD-10 scheduled to take place October 1 range from general confidence to serious worry. There is little debate that ICD-10 is better. It will make codes more meaningful, allowing medical practices to pack more information into a simple code. This will make it easier to track individual health problems as well as societal health trends.

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Banner Health Selects eClinicalWorks Cloud-Based Care Coordination Technology

  
  
  
eClinicalWorks EHR

The project outfits a percentage of BHN’s community providers with a Cloud-based EHR solution that will streamline processes between practices.

Will ICD-10 Make Your Staff Less Productive?

  
  
  
ICD-10 productivity

Change is difficult, even if it is ultimately a positive change. ICD-10 is one of the biggest changes to hit healthcare in decades and the deadline is getting closer and closer. The upcoming transition from the ICD-9 coding standard to ICD-10 will lead to more accurate tracking of individual and population health trends, and will allow much greater specificity in medical coding. But there's no question that the transition will be challenging.

eClinicalWorks P2POpen Network Exchanges 1.5 Million Medical Referrals

  
  
  
P2P Open

eClinicalWorks Also Receives EHNAC-DirectTrust Accreditation, Further Demonstrating its Commitment to Interoperability


WESTBOROUGH, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--eClinicalWorks®, a leader in ambulatory healthcare IT solutions, today announces its free, electronic health record (EHR) vendor-neutral network, P2POpen, has exchanged one and a half million referrals between medical providers utilizing a variety of systems. Total communications to date is two million referrals, consults and messages for this network that ensures healthcare providers can connect with each other for patient care regardless of what EHR system is in use or if the practice is using paper records. The company has taken an additional step by receiving full accreditation as a health information service provider, or HISP, from EHNAC-DirectTrust for eClinicalWorks’ eClinicalDirect.


Why ICD-10 Has More Than 150,000 Codes - And What You Can Do About It

  
  
  
ICD-10

Use of the ICD-10 coding standard will no longer be optional after October 1. After that time, medical claims submitted without the correct ICD-10 codes will be rejected. Learning ICD-10 is comparable to learning a new language, one that is much more complex than ICD-9.

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Finding the Right EMR for Pediatrics

  
  
  
pediatric emr software

An increasing proportion of physician practices, hospitals, and other healthcare businesses have adopted electronic health records (EHRs) to store the health information of their patients and improve efficiency. While some practices still make use of paper, pen, and clipboard, that method of keeping track of patients' health is going away due to the benefits that come with an electronic health records software.

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eClinicalWorks Named a Leader in Health Information Exchange Report

  
  
  
eEHX eClinicalWorks

In a recent report by IDC Health Insights, and after careful evaluation for its eClinicalWorks Health Information eXchange (eEHX) solution, eClinicalWorks® placed in the Leader Category. This report, titled IDC MarketScape: U.S. Health Information Exchange Packaged Solution 2015 Vendor Assessment (Document #HI256010, July 2015), focuses on the health information exchange (HIE) vendor landscape.

How to Tell If Your EHR System is User-Friendly

  
  
  
user friendly EHR

The days of paper medical records being an adequate solution for healthcare providers are over. Not only do national healthcare initiatives and payers like Medicare drive demand for electronic health records (EHRs), they simply make sense considering the level of recordkeeping required today.

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