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Free On Demand Webinar: Compliance in Medical Collections—Interview with an Expert

Free Webinar - Compliance in Medical CollectionsHave questions about collections? Learn from a 20-year collections industry expert who will answer critical questions about:

  • The litigious environment of collections and how to protect your practice
  • Current Federal and State regulations and recent changes
  • And much more

In addition, you will receive a compliance checklist to use as a guide when working with any collections agency.


Infographic: What’s the Best Way to Chart in EHR Software? Try the “3Ts” – Touch, Talk or Type

Touch_Talk_Type_Infographic_ImageEHR technology has been changing rapidly; from desktop to laptop to iPad; the options for charting—and the questions about best practices in charting methods—have also increased over the last few years. The best way is to use an EHR that offers the flexibility of the triple option, Touch, Talk and Type – using each input method at the right time on the most appropriate device… Read More »


Are You Ready for a Meaningful Use Audit?

meaningful-use-webinar-full-150x150Did you know that eligible providers run at least a 5-10% chance of undergoing a Meaningful Use audit? Many providers prefer to think that Meaningful Use audits are something that happens to other practices. Unfortunately, that’s not true. Make sure your EHR vendor has a good track record of supporting providers during the audit process and watch our webinar on how to prepare for a Meaningful Use audit… Read More »


Study Finds EHR Software Not Causing Upcoding

No-ehr-fraudA recent study reported in a Modern Healthcare article found that EHRs didn’t cause upcoding, despite fears of note cloning and overdocumentation that resulted in increased scrutiny of EHR-using providers by the Office of the Inspector General for HHS. The study compared early adopters of EHRs… Read More »


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