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September 14, 2014
Effective September 22, 2014, all business associate agreements need to comply with the HIPAA Omnibus Rule, the most sweeping changes since the HIPAA Privacy and Security Rules were first implemented.
September 14, 2014
Proposed updates include the deletion of biopsy codes, the revaluation of significant urology codes and the elimination of 10-/90-day global periods.
On April 2, the ICD-10 compliance deadline was officially delayed until at least 2015. What does this mean for physicians?
In the last few years EHR satisfaction rates have been dropping, but individual doctors and practices have also contributed to this negative trend by making serious errors as they use their EHR. In this paper we will examine some common errors doctors make when using an EHR, and advise on how best to avoid these mistakes.
A good EHR will significantly improve clinic efficiency and profitability, but a bad one will slow down your pace and burden you with unexpected expenses. Choosing the right EHR can be an intimidating prospect, but with the right information you’ll be able to make the right choice.
A recent RAND report sponsored by the American Medical Association (AMA) highlights many criticisms providers have about EHRs. It’s important to note that despite the grievances mentioned in this study, physicians still feel that EHRs improve clinic efficiency and quality of care.