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Charge Capture Using Mobile Devices
Physicians are losing revenue every day by failing to capture the charges for all of the care that is provided whether in the office or hospital setting. Fortunately mobile healthcare technology is rapidly changing and introducing numerous new ways to increase efficiency and produce greater revenue. This new case study from The Journal of Medical Practice Management examines how Dr. John Malonis was able to incorporate a mobile charge capture solution into his practice.
Addressing the Need for Secure Workplace Communication
With more than 65 percent of working professionals in the United States sending and receiving an excess of two dozen text messages per day, outdated and tedious communication channels are quickly being replaced by faster, more efficient and secure ways of communicating. Regular text messaging is not HIPAA compliant, but has become a popular communication option outside of the healthcare industry.
RTLS for the Win: Keys to Success for Capacity Planning
Several recent studies have confirmed what hospital administrators and IT managers already know: almost three fourths of American hospitals experience capacity challenges (excessive wait times, diversions, ED patients leaving without treatment, transfer declines) - even when they aren't actually full.
Four Ways Providers Must Address Mobile Health Security with BYOD
With an increasing number of physician practices allowing the use of personal mobile devices, the need for effective Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) strategies and improved data security is more important than ever before.
A Physician's Guide To Understanding Your Search Engine Results
The ongoing shift in healthcare toward a more digital landscape has identified the need and importance of being online. Gaining an understanding of how search engines and SERPs function is an integral part of owning your practice's online presence. Applying these learnings and developing a personalized strategy for your practice will be an ongoing process that will grow over time.

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