While many EMRs are advertised to have an integrated system, the truth is that they have the ability to “interface” between systems. A truly integrated approach means you don’t have to interface different products to get the main functionality you need in your Practice Management (PM) and EMR.
Every month we’ll feature a person in the urgent care industry. From an MA to a billing specialist, we want to hear from you.
It was a day 14 years in the making. Laughter, smiles, and hearty embraces filled the second and third floors of the Plaza building in downtown Sioux Falls. With the help of Lloyd Companies, DocuTAP has breathed new life into the Plaza, housing what many call the Silicon Valley of South Dakota.
Choosing the right people is crucial to the success of your clinic. Your business is the people you hire. This is especially true in service-oriented industries, like urgent care, where staff experience is what you are offering to patients. Your staff—their personalities, their character, and how they treat patients—directly reflects your clinic. Read six must-read urgent care staffing tips.
Have a clinic name picked out and your marketing budget set? Now, how are you going to reach your patient base? The best way to advertise 24/7 is to have your own website.Think of it as a permanent advertisement and information source for your clinic, available to anyone with an Internet connection.
Earlier this year, DocuTAP took over the former Western Surety Building in downtown Sioux Falls, bringing an injection of creative, tech-savvy vitality to Phillips Avenue.
Tasked with streamlining and growing DocuTAP’s Revenue Cycle Management, Bryan Koch believes DocuTAP is essential to its client's success.
In part one of this blog series, we examined the common urgent care industry question if a practice can bill for and receive payment for a clinician who is new to the practice but not yet contracted or credentialed. Now let's look at how reciprocal billing works, and also examine ways to have providers provide service while awaiting contracting and credentialing.