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Survey: HHS regulations are squeezing health IT professionals

New research suggests that the regulatory demands imposed by the Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) are likely having a negative impact on health IT professionals. As many as 60 percent of polled healthcare IT professionals...

source: By Scott E. Rupp
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Doctors have become better at using electronic health records software in the last two years but, fewer physicians believe EHRs actually improve care. Whereas 62 percent of doctors in 2012 believed their EHR helped improve patient care, only 46 percent answered the same...

source: Healthcare IT News

Most hospitals and health systems still operate mainly in a fee-for-service environment, but payment reform is on the horizon. As the healthcare industry evolves toward risk-based reimbursement structures and clinical protocols designed around population health management...

source: HealthLeaders Media

When a bill to permanently repeal and replace the Medicare sustainable growth rate easily passed the U.S. House late last month, it seemed like legislators were closer than ever to fixing the yearly threat to physician pay. As another deadline looms for the Senate, however,...

source: Health Imaging

The American Medical Association is warning medical practices to beware private payors bearing virtual credit cards. The "convenient" payment method is increasingly being used to conceal hefty — and avoidable — fees. Doctors who accept the VCCs, which the insurers...

source: Imaging Biz

As we discussed in the first part of the series about becoming a better manager, building trust and involving your physicians, other clinicians and front-office staff in problem solving is an excellent way to improve the productivity and efficiency of your practice. Once...

source: Physicians Practice (registration required)

Revisions to 2015 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule payment policies include a surprising billing guideline from the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services related to digital breast tomosynthesis. Agency representatives announced this change to the American College...

source: Aunt Minnie (registration required)


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