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Nextech Blog

Mobile use growing among ambulatory physicians

The world is more mobile than ever before and it now appears a greater number of physicians are doing the same in throughout the workday According to a new survey conducted by Black Book Market...

Avoid EHR dissatisfaction by choosing a specialty specific solution

Due to the intricate nature of specialty physician practices, dissatisfaction among these doctors is often rooted in the implementation of a solution that’s not fit for their specialty or practice....

How Far Ahead Should Specialty Practices Begin Working in ICD-10?

The ICD-10 transition should involve a multi-pronged strategy on how to fully adopt and implement ICD-10-CM in your specialty practice less than 9 months from now. The scope and breadth of that...

How to Avoid a Software “Fail” in Your Practice

For specialty practices large and small, optimizing functionality is a common concern, especially when taking into account future changes beyond Meaningful Use, the transition to ICD-10, and other...

How to make your next EHR better than your last

As more and more physicians adopt an electronic health record (EHR) system, it would seem that the government’s plan to incentivize EHR use is paying off. The question, though, is for who? According...

How a technology partner can help streamline MU Stage 2 attestation

Meaningful use holds a catch for specialists; some requirements are inapplicable to certain specialties, yet there are no “blanket” exclusions for which any affected practices can qualify. CMS...

ICD-10: It’s only as disruptive as your EMR allows

Most specialty providers have a general sense of the distance between where they stand today with ICD-10, and where they need to be when the ICD-10 transition officially occurs on October 1, 2015....

Improved efficiency: Customizing the EMR to fit each doctor’s needs

No two doctors are alike. So it goes without saying that each doctor’s method for collecting and documenting each patient’s visit is equally varied. That’s why it’s important for practices to choose...

Clear Vision: What Ophthalmologists Need to Know When Selecting an EMR to Fit Their Practice Needs

One of several factors inhibiting ophthalmologists from adopting electronic medical record (EMR) systems has been the way Meaningful Use mandates were originally developed. In an article from...

Marketing Your Practice, Knowing Your Return

Elective Surgery physicians are often daunted with the task of competing for new patients. Because elective surgery works on an “opt-in” basis, physicians find themselves having to aggressively...