Tag: EHR


Five Tips For Physicians To Maximize Data Security

Digital transformation is expanding the cyber attack surface in health care and other sectors. Today, threat actors are working overtime to exploit vulnerabilities in health care systems, its primary care physicians and their applications, resulting in data breaches that expose confidential and protected information. The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) is […]
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How To Improve The EHR And Make It More End-User-Friendly

Erica Remer, MD, CCDS, a Member Board of Directors of American College of Physician Advisors, have been talking about improving the electronic medical record and making it more end-user-friendly. Today, she grouses about documentation in general. Her husband, who is a radiologist, and she were commiserating at how awful and uninformative provider documentation has become […]
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Three Keys to Ease Provider Tension

Being a physician comes with certain baseline stressors. For most, the culprits are pretty familiar: patient care responsibilities, high debt loads that compel long working hours, system complexities, and mounting administrative chores. COVID-19 has added yet another layer to the burdens that already contribute to physician burnout. As an emergency physician, walking into work every […]
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Top Advantages of Employing AI in Medical Billing and Coding

In the medical billing and coding industry, artificial intelligence will help healthcare organizations streamline their billing processes while reducing costly errors. Machine learning and Natural Language Processing (NLP), for example, are AI-driven technologies that can rapidly and accurately interpret and organize large amounts of data. As a result, they are ideal for locating and extracting […]
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