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  • Prepping Your Patients for Year-End

    When you reflect on the fast-approaching end-of-year, does your mind fill with visions of festive parties, holiday cookies, and time with friends and family? Or are you more focused on making lists, checking them twice, and making sure that your practice is ready to bring in the new year?
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  • Disaster Preparedness

    Preparing for Disaster The late Summer and early Fall of 2017 will likely be remembered as the one where Mother Nature unleashed three of the most  powerful, devastating hurricanes on record, leaving wide paths of destruction. While watching the images of flooded homes and wind-shorn buildings, most of us have likely pondered how we’d handle similar situations – and whether or not we’d be prepared if a natural disaster came our way.
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  • Amidst the Healthcare Debate There is Complete Silence About the One Issue That Matters Most

    There’s not much left to say about the Affordable Care Act / Obamacare that has not already been said. The political left wants to repair it and the political right wants to repeal and replace it. Let’s take a step back and examine why it came into being in the first place.
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  • Aprima’s Adaptive Learning Technology and the AI/Machine Learning Buzz

    Aprima’s adaptive learning technology and the current AI/machine learning buzz                  The healthcare IT world has a never-ending love for buzz words. Every year new favorites emerge, including terms like interoperability, analytics, business intelligence, population health management and patient engagement. Not too many years ago, the hottest industry terms included cloud computing, software-as-a-service, and even EMR and EHR.
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  • Summer Means MACRA/MIPS Fun

    Image via qpp.cms.gov/mips/overview
    When thinking about summer, what comes to mind? Warm beaches and cool pools? Family picnics and outdoor grilling? A vacation with the kids? Prepping and testing for MACRA and MIPS?
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