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Introducing clinical additions to AdvancedMD on the iPad

Our latest release gives you total access to your EHR templates and note capture capabilities. You can use an iPad or iPad mini to fully engage in clinical documentation from anywhere. Notes can be captured from your EHR templates with full functionality of acronym expansion and bookmarks. You can open existing unsigned notes for review … Continued

Best practices to improve patient payments

This guide will deliver a number of easily-adoptable options, policies, techniques and scripts that can be used by most any practice to improve patient collections.

Going Mobile with AdvancedMD

This product demo on AdvancedMobileDoc discusses physician mobility on the iPad and iPhone. We introduce our mobile apps so you can see how to use iOS devices to access clinical records and schedules, manage messages, create and review charge slips, and view and add patients. We share how all our solutions work seamlessly together allowing … Continued

Maximize the financial performance in your private practice

Top-performing physicians care about two things: patient care and financial performance. Because a practice’s financial health directly affects the ability to provide excellent care, top physicians carefully evaluate billing procedures in order to collect all available. This guide illustrates why medical billing processes, staff, and technologies are critical factors in maximizing revenue capture.

How patient portals are a key to patient engagement

Fueled by patient demands and Meaningful Use requirements, the need to get patients involved in their own health management, and giving them a convenient platform to do so, is important. Providing a platform for patient access is the most important step to encourage engagement.

Build a disaster recovery plan

One natural disaster could devastate a private practice. Due to limited resources, physicians must design and implement a comprehensive, effective disaster recovery plan. We cover 5 FAQs about disaster recovery to identify potential areas of risk, create contingency plans, and testing your plan.

5 key steps to add to your ICD-10 transition plan

Physicians understand the future of a practice relies on a complete, well-designed conversion plan. You may have already developed a preliminary conversion plan, but there is more work to be done. Read five more steps you must take in ICD-10 conversion.

5 steps to take now to prepare for ICD-10

Due to the numerous upgrades that will be needed to both software systems and manual processes, healthcare providers must begin preparing now. Those who do not take steps immediately put the stability and financial health of their private practice at risk.

Use EHR as a powerful tool in the ICD-10 transition

The transition to the new ICD-10 coding set will demand incredible effort from the medical community and, if not proactively addressed, could cause major disruptions for private practices. Learn the five things you should consider when selecting an EHR and billing system that can support ICD-10.

How EHR can create a better patient experience

The average practice will lose up to 25% of its patients this year. This represents a potential revenue loss of $250,000. In a tough economic climate, you must foster loyalty with your patients in order to survive. Top-of-class physicians have turned to EHR to improve controllable factors leading to patient churn.

Interoperability: Not just a buzzword

You may not be able to define EHR interoperability, but you can’t ignore it. It’s impacting your private practice, especially if you don’t have it. Manual, paper processes are time-consuming and expensive. The ability to share patient information is a driving force behind EHR – better information leads to better health outcomes.

“With AdvancedMD we got everything in one package, and the ability to ensure that we get maximum allowable Medicaid reimbursement.”

Charlotte Kientzy
Practice billing manager

“With the new scheduler and EHR, we get a lot of the information up front, so when the patient comes in, unless they have something changed insurance-wise they’re already verified and ready to be taken back right away, it also makes it much easier for billing.”

Nancy Sutter
Office manager

“Our workflow has diminished as far as the redundancies, having to do the back-and-click here or check on this and check on that—it’s all right there!”

Johnette Lamborne
Office manager

“Having integrated practice management and EHR is absolutely wonderful, you don’t have to flip back and forth between systems—all of your information is at hand when needed.”

Raju Raval, MD

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