Kentucky RHIO will facilitate project that optimizes electronic health record systems The Kentucky Rural Healthcare Information Organization (Kentucky RHIO) was recently awarded a Health Resources & Services Administration Rural Health Network Grant for quality care improvement. Kentucky RHIO is working with designated rural health clinics to optimize electronic health record (EHR) systems for more accurateRead about Grant program will help rural health clinics capture quality data
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Many times, a rural provider will see the same type of diagnosis on a daily or weekly basis. Unfortunately, the medical coder will become efficient and fall into the same routine. This could lead them to succumb to the pressure of productivity and quotas. To prevent this, let’s take a another look at the basicsRead about Don’t Set Cruise Control With Medical Coding
In the United States Colorectal cancer is the second most lethal type of cancer. In 2017, it’s estimated there will be 135,430 new cases and 50,260 deaths from colon and rectal cancers. Colon cancer screening could prevent many of these deaths, as a patient’s prognosis improves dramatically with early detection and treatment. Tests that are designedRead about Important Things To Know About Colorectal Cancer
There has been a lot of talk in recent years about moving everything from email and websites to databases and desktops to “the cloud.” Much of this conversation has been heavily biased one way or the other. I’ve seen many accounts of moving to the cloud being the best thing that ever happened to aRead about What Do We Think About Moving to The Cloud (Hosted EHR)?