E-Prescribing Means Greater Success

E-Prescribing or Electronic Prescribing is an eligible service that allows healthcare providers to electronically send an accurate and error-free prescription to a pharmacy. It is a centralized, paperless system for handling medical prescriptions.  Instead of writing a prescription on paper, the physician enters it directly into his computer system and the prescription travels from the

Groundbreaking decision will lead to more clients for providers and the need for state-of-the-art Technology

On June 28, 2012, in a historic 5 to 4 decision, the Supreme Court of the United States upheld the 2010 Affordable Care Act (ACA), approving a mandate that Americans must obtain healthcare insurance or face a tax penalty for failing to do so by 2014. While the full implication of this decision is yet

WebEHR – Provider’s Peace of Mind

WebEHR, the latest innovation in the healthcare industry, brings peace of mind for providers and practices in several ways. When a practice signs up for a WebEHR, it gets relief from a lot of burden. Signing up for a web EHR is not like an ordinary buying and selling transaction, but is more like a

The Benefits of Using A Web EHR

Web EHR is the latest EHR innovation. With web-based EHR, users can access EHR via any browser on any Internet-activated system. Keeping up with today’s fast growing healthcare technologies, a web-based EHR system allows patients to self-schedule appointments. A web-based EHR system makes it easy to add new users, doctors or locations. Web EHR allows

Anywhere and at Anytime: MTBC Provides Patients’ Premium Access and Control Over Their Healthcare

Ninety percent (90%) of patients want direct access and control over their health records and care, according to a survey released today by Accenture at the America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) annual meeting. The results of the survey also showed that eighty-five percent (85%) of patients want to be proactive when it comes to their

Web EHR: What’s It About?

There’s been lots of talk about different types of EHR technologies – browser, cloud, desktop – what’s the difference? What’s good about each of them? Look for future posts on Cloud- and Desktop-based EHRs and the benefits and drawbacks for each platform. This post focuses exclusively on Web EHR and the specific benefits. Web EHR Defined

Feet Care: Make Your Feet Last Long

Healthy feet are precious. They support the weight of the body and help you in walking and running.  It is better to take care of your feet before someone else has to take care of you.  A little foot problem can result in dangerous infections that can make you inactive and dependent. Our feet support

The Shifting Out-of-Network Reimbursement Playing Field

Recent lawsuits and industry changes have dramatically altered the out-of-network reimbursement ‘playing field.’ Additionally, pending litigation is aimed at further redefining certain aspects of the body of law that governs out-of-network reimbursement. It’s important that healthcare providers understand the new ‘rules of the game.’ In an effort to shed light on these changes, upcoming blogs

Podiatry EHR: An EHR that will Work for You

Podiatry is the field of medicine that involves study and diagnoses of foot, ankle and lower leg disorders. The person who specializes in podiatry is called a podiatrist or a doctor of podiatric practice. Within podiatry, there are many other specializations such as surgery, geriatrics, biomechanics and others. Podiatry is practiced as a specialty in

Are House Calls making a Comeback?

Several factors suggest that the old-fashioned practice is returning, thanks in part to an aging population and the many advances in healthcare technology. An Aging Population of baby boomers seems to be creating a growing need for physicians who make house calls. According to the Journal of the American Medical association, house calls to Medicare