This week, Power Your Practice continued its charge to become the industry’s best resource on electronic health record selection, implementation, training and Meaningful Use.
But EHRs aren’t our only area of expertise. Great stories on coding and mHealth made the cut this week as we presented a varied array of actionable, helpful content. Enjoy!
Infographic: Get the Scoop on Meaningful Use
Core objectives, attestation, Title IV, Stage 2, CMS, ONC… who can keep all of those details straight? Review the main points of Meaningful Use in this dynamic, interactive visual to make sure you meet your major EHR deadlines.
mHealth Innovators: Q&A With iTriage CEO Peter Hudson, M.D.
Dr. Hudson shared his insights on the future of mHealth and enlightened PYP readers to the advantages his company’s services offer in this informative interview. Fox News recently named iTriage one of three apps that “make your smartphone a pocket doctor,” so if you haven’t yet, download this excellent (and free) tool today.
Procedure Coding: When to Use the 59 Modifier
This commonly misused CPT code modifier designates a “distinct procedural service.” Read up to get real-life examples of when its use is appropriate, and remember: never use 59 just to circumvent payer rules for a higher reimbursement.
Actionable Analytics: Marrying EHRs and Reporting for Meaningful Use
MU attestation is easier when you can rely on the reporting powers of an effective analytics system. Learn more in this ninth installment of the Actionable Analytics series, or download the entire AA whitepaper today.
Definitive EHR Buying Guide
If you’re in the market for an EHR, you’re going to want to bookmark this page. Power Your Practice compiled this comprehensive list of its best EHR content to ease you through researching, selecting and purchasing your new system. We’ll be updating it as more informative articles are published on PYP, so check back to this one often!
Come back next week for a very special “Power 5,” in which we’ll celebrate Power Your Practice’s one-year anniversary! Until then, check us out on Twitter over the weekend and send us a tweet about your EHR buying process.
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