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MACRA is paved with good intentions but steep in implementation challenges. It is a monumental task for anyone reading the final rule issued by CMS on October 14, 2016, for the implementation of the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (2017). The document is indeed full of legal intricacies. The good news is: MACRA will […]

English Words used in Healthcare,Treatment, Hospital, English Words – Lifestyle Words speak English,Popular English Words,English Vocabulary,ESL,TESOL,Teache… Video Rating: 3 / 5

Khoo Teck Puat Hospital Singapore’s ground breaking administration and execution of their Integrated Electronic Medical Records implementation is an efficien…

The Healthy 100 Women’s Mobile Health Coach will bring health services into the community to make preventative screenings more available and convenient for a… Video Rating: 5 / 5

Panel – Mobile Health Apps and Services – Jorge Juan Fernandez Garcia – Doctors 2.0 & You Moderator – Len Starnes Daniel Vierbuchen — DocCheck Dr Alexander …

This National Provider Call (NPC) (with Q&A session) which was held on October 4, 2012 provides a presentation on the Fiscal Year (FY) 2013 Actual Percentage…

I read with dismay last week’s article by well known  Washington Post  business columnist Michelle Singletary, who questioned whether several hospital employees should have been fired by a hospital in New Zealand for inappropriately accessing the hospital’s electronic health record to view the information of a patient with a “titillating” medical emergency, and then sharing the records with the public and media. read more

Adoption of expensive electronic health record systems may hurt a hospital’s bottom line, despite promises that the new systems will increase efficiencies and lower costs.

Buy or Build: SaaS Can Make Sense for Meaningful Use Reporting By John Hotchkiss The trials and tribulations of Meaningful Use (MU) have given new meaning to the lives of many of us in IT, and often not in a good way. An average 250-bed community hospital submitting its 90-day attestation report must process roughly 3,000 records covering approximately 13,250 patient days, using nearly 300 data elements per record for core and menu measures with up to 600 data elements in each record in support of the clinical quality measures.

Here in Iowa, we like to get going early. That’s particularly the case with my hospital.

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