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How Practice Fusion EMR will Help Your Practice Practice Fusion is the most popular cloud-based ambulatory EHR system across the U.S. that supports 30000 medical practices to provide improved care to five million patients each month. With a top-of-the-line satisfaction rate, Practice Fusion is dedicated to providing user-friendly and straightforward healthcare I.T. solutions to small private medical practices. Additionally, practices can qualify for CMS incentives, such as fully certified Practice Fusion EMR. Since the solution...

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Allscripts vs. RxNT We will dive into the similarities and differences between Allscripts and Rxnt in order to help you make a more informed decision about which product would best suit your needs. Allscripts is a company that provides healthcare IT solutions. It delivers electronic health records, practice management, and patient engagement solutions. Whereas RxNT is a company that offers clinical documentation improvement software to healthcare providers. RxNT includes software for the clinical documentation process,...

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Based in Sunnyvale, California, DrChrono was founded in 2009 by way of Michael Nusimow and Daniel Kivatinos, laser-centered innovators who experienced first-hand the frustrations of the modern-day healthcare machine when they tried to assist family individuals through serious diagnoses. As a result, they became determined to take away the administrative burdens which can be draining time, energy, and enthusiasm from the way providers imagine today. Serving tens of thousands of physicians and over 17 million...

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NextGen EMR Software NextGen EMR is a very well-structured EHR software that was built in the early 2000s if you didn’t know. One great thing about NextGen EMR Software is that it’s cloud-based. The software was designed by two brilliant doctors which is what makes the software so special. The services of NextGen EMR are available to a variety of medical disciplines, including General Surgery, Neurology, Podiatry, Dermatology, Orthopedics, and others. Spending more time with...

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Quality care for patients isn’t as one-dimensional as some people may think. The process of giving this kind of care also involves a look at the systemic barriers that hold patients back from accessing care. One such barrier that has a huge impact on the decisions that patients make is the element of cost. Now, there is a necessity to have transparency with patients.   Fortunately, there is software out there that can help you address...

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Asking a consumer to purchase your product is much easier said than done. Businesses can’t just ask a potential customer to buy their product upfront, especially when it involves managing and taking control of their data and personal information. Similarly, in a consumer’s point of view, entrusting your personal details to someone let alone a company or a unit in society, seems risky and daunting. You never know how and where your information might be...

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Designed to provide interoperable data for healthcare systems, FHIR interoperability leader 1upHealth has developed a system that connects providers and patients from over 10,000 healthcare facilities, bridging the gap between patient data and provider needs. One of the biggest issues in the medical community is the fact that patient data has been isolated in various Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems. As a result, healthcare providers struggle to access patient data, leading to a less than...

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EHR systems used for large networks for healthcare delivery today are quite often seen as being far from user-friendly. They are viewed as being far from flexible and costly in their configuration. Sometimes referred to as monolithic, EHR are almost always purchased from vendors and they require a vast amount of time, budget, and consulting assistance before they can be deployed, supported, and optimized. The popular systems seem to mostly be built around existing technology...

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The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) is a US federal law that was enacted in 1996. It was legislated to ensure that people can carry their health insurance from one company to another as they made progress in their careers or moved to other parts of the country. It was also meant to make the transfer of medical records from one health institution to the next easier. Lastly, HIPAA underscores the right of...

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If healthcare were like popular music, most current EMR implementations could be compared to Top 40 radio, they focus on nothing but the latest hits. And while the hits may be fine for music, clinicians need more than the ‘hits’ to fully understand and diagnose their patients. To take the analogy further, clinicians need the entire back catalogue of albums to get a 360-degree patient view — which can be a challenge in today’s electronic...

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