Many specialty healthcare providers understand the value of technology that's geared toward their specific needs, such as electronic health record (EHR) and practice management software platforms. However, to harness the full potential of these tools, specialty practices must recognize the critical role that participating in thorough onboarding and user certification training programs plays in ensuring a successful transition.
In an era where wellness and self-care have become top-of-mind for health & beauty-conscious Americans, the wellness industry is booming and poised to achieve new levels of prominence.
From billing for elective and nonelective treatments to coordinating appointments with hundreds of patients to managing your practice’s schedule, a lot of administrative time goes into running a dermatology office. While administrative work will always be a part of your practice’s day-to-day, having the right electronic health record (EHR) and dermatology practice management (PM) system can cut administrative time in half and generate more revenue. Here are five easy ways to get the most out of your dermatology PM and EHR system in 2023:
It’s true — Nextech is the #1 industry-leading Ophthalmology EHR and PM solution and we’ve got the facts to back it up.
On October 12, 2019, ophthalmologists from around the country will gather in San Francisco to learn, network and share best practices at the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) conference. This event is an excellent way for ophthalmologists to learn about the latest trends and considerations in our industry. Here are three exciting topics and discussion areas you’re sure to see at the show this year:
While the implementation of the Quality Payment Program (QPP) within the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) may seem daunting, the program does offer some data capture and reporting relief to practices. MACRA takes elements from three existing Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ (CMS) programs—the Physician Quality Report System (PQRS), the Electronic Health Record Incentive Program (commonly known as Meaningful Use or MU) and the Value-Based Modifier (VBM)—and consolidates them to one QPP avenue: the Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS). This means that practices have less overall data to capture, track and report.