Tag: physician revenue

Every penny counts
Connie Carnes of Hello Health Medical Billing Services talks about Hello Health’s unique integrated billing services. Continue reading “Every penny counts”...

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Should providers charge patients for portal access?
Marisa Torrieri discusses in HealcareDIVE with Stephen Armstrong if asking patients to pay for portal use turn them off, or if it does make sense for them to share in the cost...

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Patient Engagement: The Most Important Prescription of All
Everyone’s talking about patient engagement these days.   Social media is buzzing with patient engagement hash tags and some are even proclaiming it as the “blockbuster...

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Independent Medical Practices: What does the Future Hold?
It’s no secret that independent medical practice owners are struggling more than ever before with the business aspect of running their practices, and trends show that more and...

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Electronic Health Returns
An interesting study on the return on investment from implementing an electronic health record (EHR) appears In the March 2013 issue of Health Affairs. Based on survey data from...

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Primary Care Doctor 2.0: A New Look at a Long-Standing Profession
The world of the primary care doctor has been rapidly changing and will continue to do so over the coming years. Insurance concerns, higher patient expectations about care, an...

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Diversity in Health Information Technology
Diversity in health information technology (HIT) often gets a bad name. In the electronic health record (EHR) space, it comes up in the context of too many vendors, too many...

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From Data Liquidity to Financial Liquidity
We are on a steep trajectory of electronic health record (EHR) adoption. From first generation systems, to stage 1 and more recently stage 2 Meaningful Use capabilities and...

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Electronic Health Revenue: The Superhero of Health IT
A recent RAND study showed that the implementation of health information technology (HIT) has affected neither a reduction in the cost nor an improvement in the quality of...

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