Many newer urgent cares—and even those who have years of experience—frequently discover their billing practices aren't up to par. Their revenue streams suffer because of it. If your urgent care is experiencing some bumps in billing, you’re not alone.
DocuTAP, the country’s leading provider of integrated electronic medical records (EMR) and practice management technology for urgent care practices, has been named to Medical Economics’ 2013 Top 100 Electronic Health Record (EHR) Systems list. The publication, a trusted business resource for physicians and other health care professionals, selected the list from 729 companies offering certified EHR systems, specifically targeting medical providers.
Today, November 14, is World Usability Day and this year the focus is, Healthcare: Collaborating for Better Systems. The importance of user-centered design in the healthcare industry can mean the difference between life or death. By focusing on healthcare, the goal this year is to create awareness for the challenges and lead initiatives that have long-term impacts on everyone’s quality of life.
DocuTAP, the leading provider of integrated electronic medical records (EMR) and practice management technology for urgent care practices, has announced that the company has received Surescripts® certification for ePrescription (eRx) functionality of prescription routing, benefits, and medication history. This certification designates DocuTAP as a Surescripts Solution Provider.
Have your urgent care's eligible professionals successfully attested for Meaningful Use, or plan to in the near future? If you answered yes, then you will want to read CMS.gov’s frequently asked questions that provide tips on how to be prepared for the audit process.
DocuTAP, a Sioux Falls, South Dakota-based provider of an integrated EMR (electronic medical records) and practice management software system for urgent cares, announces the move of its offices to downtown Sioux Falls in June 2014. DocuTAP will relocate to the former CNA Western Surety Building at 101 S. Phillips Avenue.
Workers’ compensation is different than occupational medicine, which we examined in Part 1. Occupational medicine is preventative and workers' comp is injury related. Workers’ compensation is different than Occupational Medicine, which we examined in Part 1. Occupational medicine is preventative and workers' comp is injury related.
Urgent care services encompass a wide array of presentations. One of those presentations is in the form of Occupational medicine. Occupational medicine consists of employer-requested services to aid in employee screenings, benchmarks for safety, and work performance standards, which in the end help to reduce work injuries while on the job.