If the EHR isn’t compatible with the accounting software, what does that mean for Revenue Cycle Management?
Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) makes sense. Tracking money received and money owed makes business. Some electronic health records (EHRs) include packages showcasing RCM components. Some of these are wonderful tools. However, when choosing an … Continue reading →
Sloppy EHR Implementation Could Threaten Patient Safety – Healthcare – Electronic Medical Records – Informationweek
Sloppy EHR Implementation Could Threaten Patient Safety – Healthcare – Electronic Medical Records – Informationweek. A recent conversation with a colleague reminded me of this article posted a few weeks … Continue reading →
One of the biggest concerns social service professionals have about transitioning to an EHR is the effect of the computer on the client-therapist relationship. The use of computers in the … Continue reading →
I worked on many peer reviews, quality assurance committees, and been through audits by various auditing bodies. In paper, reading every single progress note, initial assessment, closing assessment, psychiatric assessment, … Continue reading →
Many EHR vendors (at least in behavioral health / social services) have their own conferences and discussion forums. Some of them, like PracticeFusion, you can read if you locate it through … Continue reading →
I was reading another post about EMR and Meaningful Use discussing how physicians are disappointed that Meaningful Use is driving the EMR process. For those that don’t know, Meaningful Use is … Continue reading →