Care quality enhancements: How EHRs can help

The University of Missouri Health Care is the perfect example of how electronic health records have the potential to enhance a practice's care quality.

AAPC poll shows majority of providers satisfied with testing process

The American Academy of Professional Coders recently released a poll that showed most of the providers who participated in the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services' ICD-10 acknowledgment testing in November 2014 found the process to be successful.

Participation in the 2015 incentive program expected to fall [Video]

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New study shows one way to detect onset of knee arthritis

A new study performed by the University of Leeds has identified one activity that could serve as a sign that someone is developing arthritis.

New study shows one way to detect onset of knee arthritis

A new study performed by the University of Leeds has identified one activity that could serve as a sign that someone is developing arthritis.

Coalition writes letter to ONC highlighting concerns and suggestions for EHR certification

Doctors have begun to express concern regarding meaningful use criteria for electronic health record certification. 

AAFP highlights concerns regarding ONC's new interoperability plan

The AAFP recently sent a letter to National Coordinator Karen DeSalvo, M.D., highlighting its doubts and concerns regarding the goals that were announced as a part of the federal agency's new plan.

Majority of EHR investors not looking to take part in 2015 incentive program

A recent report from SERMO and Medical Practice Insider showed the results of a survey given to 2,000 physicians asking if they intended to attest for stage 2 meaningful use in 2015.

Potassium salts found to lower risk of osteoporosis

A new study performed by the University of Surrey in England found that potassium salts have the potential to drastically lower one's risk of developing osteoporosis. 

Meaningful use attestation update: The facts and figures

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has recently released a new update on the percentage of eligible hospitals that have had success at stage 2 meaningful use attestation.

FDA will focus on interoperability for medical devices in 2015

The Center for Devices and Radiological Health at the Federal Drug Administration has released a list of its goals for the coming year.

The Exscribe orthopedic advantage: Coding and compliance driven [Video]

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ICD-10: What are physicians so afraid of?

The ICD-10 has become increasingly feared within the health care industry over the years. 

AMA Reports Top 10 Challenges Physicians May Face This Year

Over the course of 2014, health care providers experienced a…

CMS Releases Road to 10 tools

Many health care providers and physicians have wondered whether…

The Exscribe orthopedic advantage: Flexible technology [Video]

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Study finds new alternative for pain control after knee replacements

Knee replacements are an increasingly common procedure in the U.S.
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AMA reports top 10 challenges physicians may face this year

The American Medical Association recently released its list of the top 10 potential issues providers are likely to face as they take on a new year of health IT changes and updates.