Like a GPS for your Medical Practice

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One of the first things you see when sliding into the driver’s seat of an automobile is the illustrious dashboard.  It is typically loaded with lights, a speedometer, a tachometer, gauges, and warning icons.  This ornate tool can be one of the first items we like or dislike about a vehicle.  Soft colors and various… Read more »

A popular EHR doesn’t mean it’s a better EHR

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It appears that some users of a well-known Electronic Health Record (EHR) company are getting quite the jolt after a forced upgrade to a new software version which appears to have caused discord and work flow issues for some medical practices. My extended empathies to those whose daily operations are greatly affected and continue the… Read more »

6 Time Wasters That Could Be Happening In Your Medical Practice

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At the turn of 2016, MediPro made a New Year’s resolution to help medical practices and billing services become more efficient.  We’ve made some headway thus far but there is much more that needs to be done. So I’ve identified some “Time Wasters” that occur in medical offices–which through the use of technology can definitely… Read more »

Does the concept of FREE Medical Software exist in the Healthcare Marketplace?

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Who doesn’t love a bargain?  I like saving money just like the next person but have you ever thought as to how a FREE product could eventually affect your business?  Can you really trust your livelihood, making payroll, and managing patient care with a FREE medical software program?  Those who say ‘yes’ are more than… Read more »

Coping With the No-Shows

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by Physicians Weekly | May 18, 2016 5,941. Are you kidding me? Disturbed by a rising no-show rate in our residents’ practices, we ran the numbers the other day. Looking back over the past year, we discovered something remarkable, and worrisome, about patients scheduling appointments in our practice. Surprisingly, that number, 5941, represents those patients… Read more »

Doctors, hospitals can charge more than $6.50 for electronic records, Civil Rights Office says

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Providers are permitted to calculate the actual cost of electronic copies of records, and charge for those costs, OCR clarified. The Office for Civil Rights, a division of the United States Department of Health and Human Services, today (5/24/16) clarified that doctors and hospitals can charge more than $6.50 to provide patients an electronic copy… Read more »

6 privacy landmines and how to avoid stepping on them

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A healthcare attorney spotlights big problems and offers advice on ways to navigate around the pitfalls, from cybersecurity insurance to HIPAA, social media to patient access. While the healthcare industry grapples with data breaches and privacy and security regulations, there are common pitfalls that are easy to run into without proper planning. Erin Whaley, a… Read more »

2016 Recommended Adult Immunization Schedule Now Available

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The Recommended Adult Immunization Schedule: United States, 2016 has been released by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP), published in the Annals of Internal Medicine. For 2016’s schedule, the ACIP made the following specific changes from 2015’s recommendations: Interval change for 13-valent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV13) followed by 23-valent pneumococcal polysaccharide vaccine (PPSV23) from… Read more »

Zika virus: CDC issues worker protection guidelines

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Recommend full hand-hygiene compliance, use of personal protective equipment Public health authorities have issued new guidelines to protect workers who treat patients exposed to the Zika virus. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)  has warned small, localized outbreaks of the virus are likely in the U.S. in the near future. The guidelines provide recommendations for… Read more »