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  • · January 19, 2022

    Top three challenges facing today’s independent medical practices

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    The number of independent medical practices has decreased significantly in the past several years. Only 14% of U.S. physician practices were hospital-owned in 2012; that number had increased to 29% in 2016.1 According to a 2018 survey, 54% of physicians worked in independent medical practices...

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  • · December 16, 2021

    Video: How EHR adoption has helped the Carter Clinic spend more time with their patients

    “When I think about where we are today at the Carter Clinic, it’s hard for me to imagine us functioning as well as we are without Practice Fusion.” — Ojinga Harrison, MD, President and Medical Director, The Carter Clinic

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  • · December 6, 2021

    What’s New for ICD-10 in 2022?

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    Every year when fall arrives, it’s not only the leaves that are changing: once again, we need to be prepared for the new ICD-10 changes that become effective every October 1. It’s the day when the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and the...

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  • · December 1, 2021

    Best Practices for Onboarding and Offboarding Medical Practice Staff

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    Many medical practices have an organized process when new staff members are hired that extends until the employees are socialized into their new roles. Known as onboarding, this process encompasses organized tasks and procedures that enable new employees to adjust to their new positions and...

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  • Practice Fusion · October 19, 2021

    The 25 most common medical diagnoses

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    If you were practicing medicine in October 2015, you undoubtedly remember the tremendous change associated with the transition from ICD-9 to ICD-10. All HIPAA-covered entities, including healthcare providers, healthcare clearing houses, electronic health record (EHR) vendors, and other business associates, were required to start using...

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