4 reasons to finish patient notes on time

4 Reasons to Finish Your Notes Before Patients Leave Your Office

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The average chiropractor sees between 20 and 50 patients per day according to the Association of Chiropractic Colleges.
When you’re cycling this many people in and out of your practice regularly, it may be tempting to spend your time in the office focused solely on treating patients, leaving the updating of their electronic health records (EHRs) to later in the day.
Though this likely seems logical because it enables you to chunk your time into blocks that are designated to specific activities—such as continuously seeing patients one after another or being able to sit and note a number of files at one time—there are a few very compelling reasons to finish your EHR notes before your patient even walks out your front door. Here are four to consider. (more…)

myths about cloud ehr

3 Common Myths About Cloud EHRs

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The average chiropractor sees between 20 and 50 patients per day according to the Association of Chiropractic Colleges.
When choosing an electronic health record (EHR) system to use at your practice, you have two basic options: a cloud EHR or a server EHR.
If you don’t know the difference, a cloud EHR is an internet-based recordkeeping system that stores your important data on your provider’s servers whereas, with a server EHR, your information is kept on-site at your office.
Nowadays, more and more online users are beginning to appreciate the value that cloud-based systems have to offer. However, there are also a few myths about this type of EHR that you want to be aware of before making your final decision. Here are three of the most common. (more…)

myths about server EHR

3 Common Myths About Server EHRs

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Choosing the right electronic health record (EHR) system for your practice is incredibly important because you and your staff will be interacting with this system daily, relying on it to keep track of and protect all of your confidential patient and office data.
One of the first steps in this process involves deciding whether to use a cloud or server EHR. However, when doing your research, you may come across information about both that isn’t entirely true. With that thought in mind, here are three of the most common myths that seem to be perpetuating about server EHRs. (more…)

ways to automate your chiropractic office

Ways to Automate Your Chiropractic Office

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In McKinsey Global Institute’s 2017 “A Future That Works” report, this management consulting firm reveals that, worldwide, automating processes could increase business-related productivity by as much as 1.4 percent per year. It can also save companies cash, or almost $16 trillion in funds.
In short, automating processes in your chiropractic office can save you both time and money. But what can you automate in a healthcare setting to get this type of effect? Here are eight options to consider. (more…)

outsourced vs In-house Insurance Billing

Infographic on outsourced vs In-house billing
As a healthcare practitioner, there are several functions your office must complete in order to not only survive, but thrive. Arguably, medical billing is one of the most important because if the money owed to you doesn’t come in regularly and in a timely manner, you’re not going to be able to stay open for long.
Additionally, one study conducted by InstaMed found that two out of three patients (65 percent) are willing to find a new healthcare provider if their current one doesn’t provide a satisfying payment experience. So, not only can inefficient medical billing processes hurt your practice from a financial standpoint, but it can also cause you to lose patients.
Yet, the question that many health practitioners have with regard to billing is whether they should outsource this important task or perform it in house. Determining the answer lies in considering these eight factors. (more…)

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