bestPT Physical Therapy Software Embedded Analytics and KPI Tracking

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Physical therapy practice owners using Key Performance Indicator (KPI) tracking and embedded analytics in bestPT physical therapy software achieve better profitability and faster practice growth

Clearwater, Florida (PRWEB) March 22, 2015

bestPT’s physical therapy software has added embedded analytics and practice performance metric tracking to extend its rich array of features beyond traditional billing, documentation, and practice workflow management. Practice owners using bestPT can now make better informed physical therapy practice management decisions quicker using the newly added ability to discover significant data correlations. To learn about embedded analytics and KPI tracking online by registering to a webinar here. Continue reading: bestPT Physical Therapy Software Embedded Analytics and KPI Tracking

Is HIT Interoperability in the Nature of Healthcare?

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Application Programming Interfaces are up for discussion today, is this the future of interoperability with medical records?  Anyone in the HIT/EHR  business today can pretty much attest to the complexities that have evolved and is there anything or anyone to fault?  Not really it is just the way it happened. Continue reading: Is HIT Interoperability in the Nature of Healthcare?

“It’s the System Stupid”, And the Laws of Unintended Consequences Reviewed

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Today we have an opinion piece from Dr. Edmund Billings from Medsphere relaying a message that we have all probably thought about at one time or another if you are in the Health IT business.  How did all of this transpire in the medical record business?  Continue reading: “It’s the System Stupid”, And the Laws of Unintended Consequences Reviewed

The RAND Report: Are Healthcare and Health IT in a Dysfunctional Relationship?

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Today we hear from Dr. Edmund Billings, Chief Medical Officer from Medshpere systems.  In short he is addressing some different points of view regarding the recently released Rand Report.  Medical records have changed many times since the beginning states and what have we evolved to?  It has been stated many times on the web that the progression of medical records has been leaning more toward the insurer or payer side of the coin and the doctor asks some questions in this area and has a couple ideas open for discussion. Continue reading: The RAND Report: Are Healthcare and Health IT in a Dysfunctional Relationship?

AMA Asks CMS and ONC to Hire Outside Company to Review Stimulus Incentives

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The American Medical Association feels that an outside evaluation could give a better look as an outsider versus the internal processes to see if there are areas that require additional attention, modification and so forth. Continue reading: AMA Asks CMS and ONC to Hire Outside Company to Review Stimulus Incentives

A Tale of Two Studies: What are the actual costs of an EHR?

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Today we are featuring an opinion piece written by Edmund Billings, MD, CFO of Medsphere.  The company has been in business since 2002.  The company markets an EMR that was converted from VistA to OpenVista.  They  took the original system from the Veteran’s Administration and created a commercial version of the software suitable for use outside the VA. Here’s a short description of what they do followed by his article about the the high costs of Healthcare IT systems today.  Continue reading: A Tale of Two Studies: What are the actual costs of an EHR?

Practice Fusion Leads as the Top EHR Vendor With Satisfied Clients Using E-prescribing

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Emedeon and Dr. First were second and third in the survey.  As we all know it makes sense today to use a medical records system combined with e-prescribing.  The numbers look pretty good with stating 61% of all clinicians are using some degree of e-prescribing. Continue reading: Practice Fusion Leads as the Top EHR Vendor With Satisfied Clients Using E-prescribing

National Football League (NFL) Selects eClinicalWorks EHR Medical Records For Digital Records for Players

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Head trauma in the NFL has been a topic of conversation of late with players and in addition to safety with playing the game, and now it can be tracked with the use of electronic medical records.  Over the last few years the news has been full of stories from players from years past with concussions and other ailments that were attributed to the years they spent as a player with the NFL.  Continue reading: National Football League (NFL) Selects eClinicalWorks EHR Medical Records For Digital Records for Players

Hospitals Looking to Purchase “Patient Flow” Software to Work with EHRs As Overcrowding and Delays of Service for Patients Increases

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This is an element that to date has not been highlighted substantially, but we stand to hear a lot more about Patient Flow Software in the future.  As hospitals merge, go out business, etc. the number of hospitals in the US is not rising.  I can’t remember the last time I read about a “new hospital” opening other than new building or facilities being constructed for existing hospitals.  Continue reading: Hospitals Looking to Purchase “Patient Flow” Software to Work with EHRs As Overcrowding and Delays of Service for Patients Increases

CMS Revises e-Prescribing Rules With Adding Two More Hardship Categories

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Currently there are four in place and now two more have been added.  The deadline has been extended so doctors again could apply for the exemptions between November 1 and January 31st.  Continue reading: CMS Revises e-Prescribing Rules With Adding Two More Hardship Categories