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Another Client Joins the AMS Community

American Medical Software is pleased to announce the addition of Ally Family Medical Clinic from Baldywn, MS to the AMS client community. Ally Family Medical Clinic, like many other AMS clients, was referred to our software through the AMS Referral program. This program rewards individuals with 10% of the purchase cost (up to $1000) should a physician or practice that… Read more →

AMA to Consider Skipping ICD-10

AMA to Consider Skipping ICD-10

The American Medical Association (AMA) will be taking a serious look at the idea of ending a costly, long-planned shift to a new billing code version and instead shifting to an even newer version that’s supposed to be available for beta testing in 2015. The House of Delegates at the AMA, Chicago, voted earlier this week at a meeting in… Read more →

More AMS Clients Receive “Meaningful Use” Stimulus Payment

Medical Associates of Southeast Kentucky have received their first “Meaningful Use” stimulus check! This further demonstrates the possibilities of the AMS system. Congratulations Medical Associates of Southeast Kentucky, you are an inspiration to physicians nationwide.

Fast Access to Records Helps Fight Epidemics

Fast Access to Records Helps Fight Epidemics

Public health departments around the country have long scrutinized data from local hospitals for indications that diseases like influenza, tuberculosis, AIDS, syphilis and asthma might be on the rise, and to monitor the health consequences of heat waves, frigid weather or other natural phenomena. In the years since 9/11, this scrutiny has come to include signs of possible bioterrorism. When… Read more →

Another Client Joins the AMS Community

American Medical Software is pleased to announce the addition of Waldo Arteaga, MD from Chicago, IL to the AMS client community. Dr. Arteaga was referred to AMS through the AMS client community using our rewarding client referral program. After speaking to our friendly sales staff and scheduling a demonstration, the doctor’s practice sat through a personal, online web demonstration catered… Read more →

The Importance of Preparing for ICD-10 Now

The Importance of Preparing for ICD-10 Now

The stakes are high for the upcoming ICD-10 conversion and the consequences for organizations that don’t properly prepare may be severe. Here are some first key steps in ICD-10 implementation planning, provided by Ann Zeisset, an author for the American Health Information Management Association. In order to avoid future claims rejections, denials, delays in processing authorizations and reimbursement, compliance issues… Read more →

More AMS Clients Receive “Meaningful Use” Stimulus Payment

Primesource Nursing Services in Gulfport, MS have received their first “Meaningful Use” stimulus check! This further demonstrates the possibilities of the AMS system. Congratulations Primesource Nursing Services, you are an inspiration to physicians nationwide.

EMRs Swift To Pinpoint Prevention, Follow-Up Care

EMRs Swift To Pinpoint Prevention, Follow-Up Care

Primary care practices with electronic medical records identified patients who need preventative or follow-up care approximately 30 times more quickly than paper-based clinics, according to a study commissioned by Canada Health Infoway, a not-for-profit organization funded by the Canadian government. Researchers from St. Mary’s Research Centre, MedbASE Research and McGill University challenged participating clinics to review their patients’ records to identify… Read more →

Another Client Joins the AMS Community

American Medical Software is pleased to announce the addition of Praveen Gupta, MD from Culver City, CA to the AMS client community. Dr. Gupta’s practice contacted AMS requesting information on our software but also wanted to schedule a personalized web demonstration. After sitting through the presentation, the practice expressed great interest in the customizable encounter note templates, some of which… Read more →

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