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— Adam Lauer, DO, Twin City Family Medicine, Maine

 

A Second Opinion

Welcome to the Amazing Charts blog, “A Second Opinion.” Blogs are written by a variety of people who work at Amazing Charts, as well as corporate partners and other guests. 

Part One - EHR Switching Series

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How many times have your patients missed their appointments or rescheduled at the last minute, resulting in wasted time and lost revenue? The appointment reminder card sits on the refrigerator, only to be forgotten. These missed appointments have a negative impact on patient care and your practice's...

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EHR ICD-10 Series

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EHR ICD-10 Series

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EHR ICD-10 Series

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Five Reasons ICD-10 is Worth the Challenge

Posted Apr 06, 2015 Electronic Health Records

EHR ICD-10 Series

 

The thought of investing time preparing for the ICD-10 transition can be daunting. However, the transition comes with various clinical and financial benefits. Here are five reasons why the transition to ICD-10 is worth the challenge:

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Do You Know the Way to R05?

Posted Apr 01, 2015 Electronic Health Records

EHR ICD-10 Series

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Three major ambulatory Electronic Health Record (EHR/EMR) studies/surveys have already been published in 2015.

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Five Steps for a Successful Practice Management Implementation

Posted Feb 13, 2015 Electronic Health Records

The implementation process for a Practice Management system is greatly different than for an EHR. It involves many steps, including migration of existing data, establishment of workflows, evaluation of reimbursement and associated processes, and more.

Here are five steps you can take to help make...

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Five Reasons to Upgrade to Version 8

Posted Jan 22, 2015 Electronic Health Records

The new features and functionality in Version 8 will help your practice improve productivity and achieve Meaningful Use Stage 1 or Stage 2.

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