The coming festivities will bring a thrill of excitement for many people as they prepare to ring in 2019. For healthcare providers, this time of year can also present some unusual patient care situations, which could lead to a little atypical ICD-10 coding. Here is a brief look at several codes that might be getting increased attention in the next few weeks.
Thanksgiving is a time when we celebrate our families, friends and the many things we are grateful for in our lives. Although it may not occur to them while they enjoy their turkey, pumpkin pie and time with their loved ones, your patients are likely thankful for the many ways that your practice management and engagement tools make their lives easier. In the spirit of the holiday season, here are a few examples of some practice management features that your patients are thankful for!
Looking for a way to jumpstart performance? You’ll find it at EDGE 2017. Nextech’s Annual User Conference gives you the edge to take your specialty practice to the next level. At EDGE, you’ll get hands-on training from our product experts, discover new ideas and exchange best practices with other users and healthcare vendors from around the country and across specialties. You’ll also have the chance to meet one-on-one with account managers as well as take advantage of great networking opportunities.
Last month at the 2016 Annual Aesthetic Meeting, longtime Nextech client and board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Daniel Mills was elected as the new President of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS). “It is an honor to assume the role of President of The Aesthetic Society," Dr. Mills said in an ASAPS press release. "We are truly a unique organization, consisting of top-tier board-certified aesthetic plastic surgeons. I welcome the opportunity to work with our Board of Directors and specialized committees to advance our public and physician education enterprises as well as our patient safety initiatives." Dr. Mills is currently the Medical Director at Laguna Beach Rejuvenation and Wellness and performs aesthetic operations at his Laguna Beach practice, Aesthetic Plastic Surgical Institute. He has been a Nextech client since 1997.
When we set out to create EDGE - Nextech's National User Conference - we envisioned an environment where clients could unite as one Nextech community, educating, discovering, generating and exchanging with industry colleagues. EDGE 2016 accomplished just that - in record numbers, too.
Nextech's National User Conference, EDGE, was a huge success last February as Nextech and MDIntelleSys clients from all over the country decended upon Walt Disney World for three days. Building upon the success of EDGE 2015, Nextech is thrilled to announce EDGE 2016 is officially set to take place Feb. 25-27, 2016 and that Early Bird registration for the conference is now live! If you didn't attend last year's conference, we know you're probably kicking yourself for missing out on the best meeting of the year! Still need some more convincing? Here are three reasons why you should attend EDGE 2016:
EDGE, Nextech’s first Annual User Conference, is less than two weeks away. We’ve planned three days and nights chock full of networking events, information-packed sessions and collaboration opportunities. Our expo hall will be filled with exhibitors aiming to improve your practice functions, and our product experts at our Innovation Station can help you fine-tune your workflow and answer your specific questions in detail. We will be rolling out several innovative features during the conference that we can’t wait to share with you. But let’s face it – a part of you is probably headed to EDGE to escape the cold, eat, drink and experience the Sunshine State during this ideal time of year.
Nextech will be hosting its first annual user conference, EDGE (Educate, Discover, Generate, Exchange), Wednesday, February 25, 2015 to Friday, February 27, 2015 at Walt Disney World’s Swan and Dolphin Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. Warning: If you are looking for a boring, sleep-inducing conference, EDGE isn’t for you. If you want a dynamic, hands-on training and networking experience on the very latest in effective practice solutions, you should definitely plan to attend this conference. This will be a memorable experience with things to do for the whole family.