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Will healthcare Insurance Reimburse For Halloween Pumpkin Birth?

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Just a little levity for Halloween! Happy Halloween! Got questions? about the HITECH Act, Electronic Medical Records or the Centers for Medicare Medicaid Services (CMS) EHR incentive program? I invite you to claim access to an informative FREE Audio that will OPEN YOUR EYES! about Electronic Health Records    

Will You Beat the HITECH Act CMS Medicare Meaningful Use Deadline?

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If you need to comply with the HITECH Act, time is running out!!! [ujicountdown id=”Medicare Meaningful Use” expire=”2012/10/03 00:00″ hide = “true”] The HITECH Act has an EHR Incentive Program which is linked to Meaningful Use CMS criteria. If you’re new to this blog, you may not be clear on

Are You Meeting CMS Medicare Deadlines For HITECH Act EHR Incentive Program?

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You need to be aware of the CMS Medicare rules and regulations to qualify for the HITECH Act EHR Incentive Program. If you’re a hospital that didn’t have your EMR software installed by end of June, you can forget about the CMS Medicare incentive money for 2012. Unless you’ve been

Will HITECH Act EMR Software Requirements Be Affected By 2012 Election?

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I was recently asked if the HITECH Act EHR incentive program will be effected by the 2012 election. Well the move to electronic medical records was mandated by the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health / HITECH Act of 2009 as part of the Stimulus Bill. President George

Will Electronic Medical Records Kill Medicare Physicians Practices?

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Medicaid and Medicare physicians, hospitals and health care providers are required to implement electronic medical records But what happens if 2015 comes and you don’t have Electronic Medical Records? The government has penalties starting in 2015 for Medicare health care providers who fail to implement electronic medical record (EMR) /

Can Electronic Medical Records Reduce The Post-Holiday Cash Crisis?

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Have you gotten on board with electronic medical records? The HITECH Act (Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act) has mandated electronic health record (EHR) technology, which is electronic medical records (EMR) on steroids. If you can say “yes” to the electronic medical records software question, then you’ve

Are There Electronic Health Records Benefits Besides The EHR Incentive Program?

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The 2009 HITECH Act (Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act) mandates that Medicare and Medicaid health care providers adopt Electronic Health Records (EHR) technology. And the HITECH Act in conjunction with the Centers for Medicare Medicaid Services (CMS) has set up an EHR incentive program. Medicare and

Electronic Health Record Software: What’s The Best One For Your Practice?

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If you’re a Medicare or Medicaid Physician and eligible provider, you know you need electronic health record software. And the clock is ticking, especially for Medicare providers. The HITECH Act / Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act, which is part of the ARRA Stimulus Bill, has funded

Should Health Care Providers Get EHR Software in 2011?

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Should Health Care Providers Get EHR Software in 2011? Electronic health record / EHR software is mandated by the HITECH Act (Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act). The HITECH Act includes an EHR incentive program as well. To avoid forfeiting part of the HITECH Act incentive money,

Can Physician Incentive Programs Save You From A Conrad Murray Verdict – Guilty?

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Physician incentive programs are designed to reward physicians for behaviors that will promote patient safety and quality in healthcare. In the case against Michael Jackson’s doctor, Conrad Murray, quality of care and patient safety were issues as well. Conrad Murray was found guilty of the ultimate breach of the patient