Telemedicine is a form of care delivery that has made a name for itself over the course of the 2020 global pandemic. Providers everywhere are implementing telehealth so that they can continue reaching their patients despite in-person restrictions and limits to care. There has been an extension in coverage or
The healthcare industry relies on technology that’s connected to the internet which often leaves those technologies vulnerable to cyberattacks.
Chronic Care Management (CCM) is a critical component of primary care that contributes to better health and care for individuals. The introduction of CCM by CMS in 2015, improved the quality of life among thousands suffering from multiple chronic conditions. This shed light on the importance of care coordination services.
Why is improving the patient experience important? By focusing on giving your patients a positive experience, you boost the level at which they engage with you, how likely they are to make payments on-time, and how many people they refer to your practice. Offering a positive patient experience keeps your
A quality total practice management system will empower your organization to quit exerting so much effort to accomplish quality work and, instead, find efficiency, accuracy, and peace of mind in quality technology. Your practice needs a unified solution that streamlines your billing and scheduling processes while having a positive impact
The United States Coronavirus outbreak prompted a wave of mental health challenges and telehealth has been the solution.
Revenue cycle management is an invaluable part of successful healthcare organizations. Without an efficient billing department, your practice could lose out on thousands of dollars in payer reimbursements, patient payments, and other streams of revenue that your practice depends on to continue running.
COVID-19 first popped up in the United States in March of 2020, and providers are facing an increase in physician burnout as a result.
As practices, hospitals, and other medical organizations start to reopen to non-emergent/elective cases, providers must take the necessary steps to protect themselves and their patients.