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Information Systems, Data Management, Blood Bank
Information Systems, Data Management, Cardiology
Information Systems, Data Management, Cardiology, Electrocardiography
Information Systems, Data Management, Cardiology, Hemodynamic
Information Systems, Data Management, Case Management
Information Systems, Data Management, Centralized Scheduling
Information Systems, Data Management, Clinical Pharmacy
Information Systems, Data Management, Clinical Pharmacy, Electronic Medication Administration Record
Information Systems, Data Management, Coding/Reimbursement
Information Systems, Data Management, Critical Care
Information Systems, Data Management, Emergency Care
Information Systems, Data Management, Financial
Information Systems, Data Management, Financial, Claims/Denial Management
Information Systems, Data Management, Financial, Registration
Information Systems, Data Management, Health Record
Information Systems, Data Management, Home Care
Information Systems, Data Management, Hospital
Information Systems, Data Management, Hospital, Admission/Discharge/Transfer
Information Systems, Data Management, Hospital, Asset/Maintenance
Information Systems, Data Management, Hospital, Bed Management
Information Systems, Data Management, Hospital, Directory/Wayfinding
Information Systems, Data Management, Hospital, Integrated
Information Systems, Data Management, Hospital, Master Patient Index
Information Systems, Data Management, Hospital, Patient Flow/Queuing
Information Systems, Data Management, Human Resources
Information Systems, Data Management, Human Resources, Time/Attendance
Information Systems, Data Management, Laboratory
Information Systems, Data Management, Laboratory, Anatomic Pathology
Information Systems, Data Management, Materials Management
Information Systems, Data Management, Obstetric

Yes, You Really Do Need a Patient Portal
As this article explains, the more patients are able to do for themselves online, like request appointments and prescription refills, review their records, and pay their bills, the more they will love your practice. And the less time your staff will spend on the phone.
Where Practices Lose Money
If there's any process that seems designed to confuse and infuriate physicians and practice managers, it's the medical claims process.The process is fraught with opportunities to lose money: Denials. Confusing explanation codes. Changing payer policies. But this handy chart should help you get started on plugging the leaks in your own claims process.
Six Steps to Safeguard Your Revenue Cycle From ICD-10
With the ICD-10 deadline quickly approaching, physicians should now be engaging in clinical documentation improvement, systems testing, coder and physician education to ensure compliance and that practice revenue is not affected.
How Cloud Security Can Protect Patient Data For Medical Groups
Securing sensitive patient data presents its own set of challenges - even when medical groups enact their own policies that go beyond HIPAA minimums. When it comes to your health IT, what's the best approach against internal and external security threats - both now and in the future?
Taking the Pulse on Patient Revenue Loss
Declining reimbursements, rising costs, and ICD-10 conversion are giving U.S. medical practices a real run for their money. More than ever, it is critical to minimize lost claims to ensure your practice's financial health.
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