Technology, such as Remote Patient Monitoring, allows providers to predict future outbreaks while maintaining care plans for chronic patients.
The use of voice recognition software in conjunction with an in-house EHR system can deliver many benefits related to clinical documentation.
When implementing a care gap program, providers need to first identify the high-priority population on which they will concentrate so they can select the critical care components for each substrate.
With virtual care demands expected to continue beyond the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s important for small practices to prepare for ongoing telemedicine needs. Many patients are beginning to favor remote visits rather than going to the office and facing the risk of contracting COVID-19. Virtual care gives your patients flexibility while
Earlier this month, the HHS announced a CARES act Provider Relief Fund distribution for eligible providers that participate in state Medicaid and CHIP programs and have not yet received a payment from the Provider Relief Fund General Distribution. Providers who believe they may be eligible should take action now. Action
According to a new survey conducted by Updox, many people are beginning to favor the use of telehealth services. With 42 percent of patients utilizing telehealth services since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis, many believe these virtual efforts are a necessity for the future of healthcare. More than half
Maintaining consistent care among your chronic patient population is necessary for practices, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. With offices temporarily closed and appointments being cancelled, it’s important to ensure your chronic patients are actively contributing to their own care. Click here to learn how care coordination and chronic care management
Apply now for additional HHS relief funds and also submit your claims for uninsured COVID-19 treatment and testing!
The US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has made additional funds available for providers who apply. Providers may be eligible if they received general distribution payments in April, as detailed in this article we posted earlier this month. Providers who received any of these general distributions should apply
Congress struck an agreement on Tuesday (April 21st) to provide another $310B for the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and another $60B for the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL). This comes after the PPP and the EIDL ran out of money last week. You can read our post about this here.