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Meaningful Use… Next Stop!

April 28th, 2016 By: Heather DeCarlo. If you’re not on board with Meaningful Use, now is the time. On April 27, 2016, The Center for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS) issued a Press Release, Administration takes first step to implement

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Electronic Health Records: Realizing Improved Patient Safety

Hospice Staff

April 27th, 2016 By: Jessica Foglesong. The benefits of Electronic Health Record (EHR) software are not fully recognized by most physicians and medical practices, which is leads to building frustration. Sermo asked over 2,400 U.S. providers if patient safety has

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Prevent Prescribing Deadly Medications

April 8th, 2016 By: Alanna Diffendal. Dr. Leana S. Wen, Health Commissioner for the city of Baltimore, used her personal experience to emphasize the fact that doctors can unknowingly prescribe lethal combinations of drugs without realizing the effects in her

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Why New York Took a Leap of Faith

RxNT E-Prescribing Solution

Many prescribers view the New York State E-Prescribing Mandate as unnecessary and do not understand how the New York Government could pass such legislation. The legislation calls for all prescriptions of non-controlled and controlled substances to be transmitted to pharmacies

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Superbills and Fee Tickets – We’ve Come a Long Way, Baby! Have You?

Superbills

Sometimes people cringe at the mere thought of change, especially when it comes to technology that can affect a provider’s bottom line.  The past few years, there has been a lot of change in the Healthcare Industry ranging from the

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New York: Demanding Better Care

New York RxNT|eRx Benefits

This coming Sunday, March 27th, with limited exceptions, physicians must electronically send their orders directly to pharmacies, otherwise they face the possibility of fines, license loss or even jail. While New York’s mandate may seem harsh, the reality is that

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E-Prescribing: Welcoming An Old Friend into New York

In less than two weeks, New York will require all prescriptions to be written electronically and transmitted to pharmacies with few exceptional cases. Understandably, physicians are focused on the fact that compliance is a duty, and not a right, but their focus

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FHIR Set to Change Healthcare’s Future

FHIR

Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) is a phrase flooding the healthcare IT world. The goal of this new technology is to broaden data capturing and sharing capabilities and gradually replace HL7 standards to drive the exchange of data information across

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Writing a Prescription vs. e-Prescribing: Patient Safety

On August 28, 2015, Vermont became the 50th and final state to approve electronic prescribing and the dispensing of Controlled Substances (E-Prescribing of Controlled Substances Now Legal Nationwide). As the fight against prescription drug abuse continues to heat up, the

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Don’t Fear Your Doctor, Trust Electronic Health Records

RxNT Electronic Health Records

Before the technological advancements in healthcare IT, Doctors were forced to document all patient records by hand. Since the dawning of a new era, Electronic Health Records with patient portals have flourished as a solution for many patients who are

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