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Do you need an EHR switch before the switch?

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The delay of the ICD-10 conversion gave many private practices—and their EHR and practice management vendors—the time they needed to prepare for ICD-10. However, industry experts fear that many practices and vendors aren’t using the time wisely. Additionally many vendors may not be ICD-10 ready even with the extension.

With no reason to think the deadline will be pushed back again, vetting your vendor now will save you from disaster come October 1, 2015.

The ICD-10 experts at AdvancedMD have identified the most critical questions you should ask your EHR and practice management providers to gauge their ICD-10 readiness. In our definitive guide—Need a new guide for ICD-10?—we present the top 12 questions you must ask now.

Need a new EHR for ICD-10?

Verifying that your EHR and practice management bundle (or separate systems) is up for the ICD-10 challenge may be the most important step to ensuring your own compliance. This guide provides 12 critical questions that every private practice must ask its EHR vendor, or risk being left high and dry come October 1, 2015. Your answers may tell you if it’s time for a switch.

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Topic: EMR/EHR, Medical Billing | Content Type: Blog Articles

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