"Thank God for Amazing Charts – it changed my life!"

— 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. 

Not all clinicians are natural storytellers, and we get bogged down by delivering dry facts in an intelligible and engaging manner.  Couple that with an audience of nervous patients overwhelmed by a new diagnosis or troubled by a chronic problem and the key message often gets lost.

Enter...

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Templates are a powerful tool in Amazing Charts. They allow you to document quickly, letting you spend more time with your patients. Unfortunately, templates often sound “generic.” For example, clinicians  tend to use gender neutral terms like “patient” or “they” in the template to make the text...

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ACPM Tip: When editing an address in the patient chart, click on the link symbol to update all address fields at once.

Address field options:

Patient address

Responsible party address

Insurance subscriber address

This saves the user time during patient check in/check out

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In the remote villages of the Transkei region of South Africa, medical services are rare and even common medications can be non-existent. Lack of sanitary water means that parasites and skin infections, such as scabies, are widespread among children. Orphans of parents who died from HIV have...

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How to Verify and Restore Your Amazing Charts Data Backup

Posted Jun 29, 2017 Electronic Health Records By Amazing Charts

Verification can still be done unassisted, but new security measures mean you may need our help to restore a data backup

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Today, CMS released a proposed rule outlining how the Quality Payment Program (which MIPS falls under) would operate in 2018 and it’s a clear win for physicians who have had to scuttle from one federal program to the next over the last 7 years.

The proposed rule eases requirements on physicians in...

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In the February blog “Documenting a diagnosis of obesity increases the likelihood of clinical management," Amazing Charts provided tools to help manage your patient panel.  We recognize there are barriers to managing obesity and have more resources available to help overcome these obstacles. ...

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Documenting a diagnosis of obesity increases the likelihood of clinical management

Posted Feb 10, 2017 Amazing Charts By Amazing Charts

Documenting a diagnosis of obesity increases the likelihood of clinical management

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Many providers using Amazing Charts are wondering what should they do to prepare for MIPS in 2017. First, rest easy with the knowledge that your EHR is already prepared for MIPS.

Amazing Charts has been 2014 certified since 2014, which means you can use it today for all MIPS reporting in 2017....

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Chronic Care Management lets you bill for non-face-to-face care services

What if you could earn hundreds or even thousands of Medicare dollars each month by billing for care management services your practice already performs today? Sounds too good to be true, right?

It’s all too true for some...

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