Tag Archives: electronic health record

What We’re Reading – Boost Reimbursement through Improved Documentation: 5 Tips

Physicians and coders/billers need to be on the same page when it comes to getting claims processed and reimbursed correctly.  The key to this – and you’re probably sick of hearing it – is documentation.  Especially with ICD-10 coming around … Read Full Post

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What We’re Reading – Docs need more EHR training, survey suggests

A recent study conducted by AmericanEHR Partners found that physicians need at least three to five days of training to feel comfortable using their electronic health-record system. With two weeks or more of training, the “ease of use” ratings increased. … Read Full Post

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What We’re Reading – 80% of Americans Fear Converting Health Data into Electronic Form

As our country moves more rapidly into the widespread adoption of electronic medical records (EMRs), fear of improper access of their healthcare data or misuse of the information.  Of the people surveyed, 80% of Americans expressed concern about converting medical … Read Full Post

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Documenting Manifestations: “Connect” with an Accurate Payment

Over the years, we’ve seen it all when it comes to physician documentation.  One physician in a group insisted that if she wrote all the conditions on one line, they were connected.  Her partner’s charting habit was using slash marks … Read Full Post

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