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HHS, ONC Develop Strategy To Accelerate HIE, Interoperability

HHS, ONC Develop Strategy To Accelerate HIE, Interoperability

Interoperability Health information exchange (HIE) is critical to the success of EHR adoption and meaningful use, says the Office of the National Coordinator (ONC), which is trying to drive HIE towards… (continue reading article at EHR Intelligence – HHS, ONC Develop Strategy To Accelerate HIE, Interoperability)

Sensitivity of E-Health Data Not Used In Care A Low Concern For Patients

Sensitivity of E-Health Data Not Used In Care A Low Concern For Patients

E-Health Data Patients whose e-health data is used for secondary purposes aside from their own care aren’t terribly concerned with the sensitivity of such information, but are interested in why the information is used, according to research published this week in JAMA Internal Medicine. For the study, researchers from the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine and the University… Read more →

What Doctors Are Saying About AMS

What Doctors Are Saying About AMS

Doctors and practices across the nation continue to choose AMS as their #1 choice for software solutions! Doctors are saying AMS is the greatest value in the industry due to our friendly, 100% USA based technical support and our amazing, fully integrated practice management solution. Below you’ll find just a few of the many testimonies doctors have given us praising… Read more →

New FAQs Clarify More EHR Meaningful Use Measures

New FAQs Clarify More EHR Meaningful Use Measures

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has added five new Frequently Asked Questions related to health information exchange and public health reporting requirements under the electronic health records meaningful use program, and updated an existing FAQ: New EHR Meaningful Use Measures FAQs New Question: Can a state capture electronic Clinical Quality Measures, or eCQMs, for the Medicaid EHR Incentive… Read more →

What the Most Common ICD-9 Codes Become in ICD-10

What the Most Common ICD-9 Codes Become in ICD-10

The 10th edition of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-10) is getting closer, and some physician concerns are becoming more concrete. Will it be difficult to get the codes right? Will including the new elements required in coding cause slowdowns? Will payment be affected? It’s likely that doctors will face some challenges with the transition to ICD-10. However, being prepared… Read more →

Pediatrics, Family Practice, Psychiatry and more!

Pediatrics, Family Practice, Psychiatry and more!

Pediatrics, Family Practice, Psychiatry and more! Since our beginning in 1984, American Medical Software has successfully implemented our software systems in a wide array of practice settings and specialties. Our highly configurable software has the capability and features to integrate into virtually any practice environment. From Pediatrics, Family Practice, Psychiatry to Internal Medicine and OB|Gyn, the American Medical Software system… Read more →

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