Better communication and billing practices through IT can improve patient satisfaction

Health information technology is sweeping through the U.S. healthcare system, especially in the wake of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.

Study shows fibromyalgia not influenced by changing weather

There's an old idea that certain individuals can feel approaching weather in their bones, presumably due to changes in air pressure or humidity.

CMS will not require additional ICD-10 testing

The healthcare industry is in the middle of a number of large-scale preparations for coming healthcare reform initiatives fueled by the federal government.

Informed consent and security issues trouble telehealth systems

In the wave of healthcare reform efforts sweeping the U.S., one of the major points of excitement has been the federal government's support of new healthcare information technology.

Refocusing telemedicine efforts in the healthcare industry

Nationwide healthcare reform has been an ongoing process since the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act was first adopted back in 2010, as many sectors of the industry have had varying levels of success with provisions under the legislation.

Survey indicates ACOs a major benefit to U.S. healthcare system

Big changes have been sweeping through the U.S. healthcare industry in recent months, as many of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act's provisions go into effect across the country.

Statin linked to bone, joint and muscle pain symptoms

Musculoskeletal pain can occur for a wide range of reasons, from degenerative diseases like arthritis to traumatic injury caused by a car accident or sports injury.

Surveys show physicians still not prepared for ICD-10 switch

While the U.S. has made great strides in laying the groundwork for nationwide healthcare reform, there remains much work to be done with the effective implementation and adoption of new policies.

Government continues to delay release of ACA compliance rules

President Barack Obama developed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act to overhaul the U.S. healthcare system in order to make care services more accessible for patients and improve operational efficiency of hospitals and clinics across the country.

Electrical stimulation offers safe alternative to opioids in chronic pain patients

There are numerous conditions that can cause individuals to develop chronic pain issues that affect the musculoskeletal system.

Healthcare providers can track ROI on remote patient monitoring with new technology

Ever since the federal government adopted the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, the healthcare industry has been working to incorporate new information technology into its regular operations.

Shifting orthopedic billing practices can boost practice productivity

While orthopedic physicians' primarily responsibilities involve managing the health of their patients and treating various injuries and musculoskeletal disorders, it's important to remember that doctors have a business to run as well.

Physicians call for mHealth apps to increase EHR productivity

The federal government has made a big deal about getting healthcare organizations across the U.S. to adopt new healthcare information technology into their daily operations.

Mobile applications can enhance practice productivity

Electronic health records are one of the latest technologies changing the healthcare industry, allowing practices to move beyond their old paper-based filing and record-keeping systems in favor of streamlined digital interfaces.
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Recent legislation emphasizes transparency in digitized healthcare industry

With the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act and the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act now in place, the healthcare industry is on track for a widespread transformation as healthcare information technology is adopted by doctors and care providers across the nation.