Webinar- Your ICD-10 Checklist: Getting Ready for October 1

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Wednesday, June 17th, 12 p.m. ET

ICD-10 is less than 4 months away. Not only do you need to know how ICD-10 will impact your practice, but it is also critical to understand how to plan readiness with other vendors and payers that impact your organizations success.  Without a proactive plan for readiness and risk mitigation, your practice could be facing a difficult and costly transition. So how can you tell if you’re on the right track?
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Webinar – Breaking Up with Your EHR: Strategies for the Switch

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If you’re ready to dump your EHR, you’re not alone. According to KLAS, nearly 50% of providers are looking to replace their unsatisfactory EHR.

Switching can seem risky—but if you’re with a vendor that isn’t meeting your needs, the benefits far outweigh the barriers.

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Remaining Independent Through Turbulent Times

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Faced with mounting regulations and declining reimbursements, many independent physicians are considering whether they want to—or even can—remain independent.

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Webinar: Where does it hurt? Common Physician Pain Points

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Where does it hurt

Join athenahealth CEO Jonathan Bush for a special keynote address on common physician pain points, followed by an exclusive Q&A and expert-led sessions.

“Where does it hurt?” is a common question caregivers may ask their patients. But when was the last time that question was posed to the caregivers themselves? That’s exactly what Mr. Bush believes we, as an industry and as a country, need to do more often. At this special event, we’ll discuss these common pain points and industry challenges, with: