• MIPS – 5 Reasons Why Healthcare Providers ...

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As the first Quality Payment Program performance data from 2017 has become available to the public in 2019, MIPS scoring and its impact on practices is beginning to get very real. A survey conducted in 2018 by University of Pennsylvania scholars, and published in the July issue of Health Affairs, revealed low levels […]

  • 9 Trending Medical Ancillaries for 2019

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The demand for ancillary services by independent physicians has never been higher. In the 2018 Medical Economics Physician Report, among all non-surgical primary care survey respondents, 84 percent said they provide ancillary services. The number of ancillary options for practices has grown substantially in recent years to meet the growing […]

Vestibular, central nervous and corneo-retinal potential testing is readily available to physicians in assessing patient risk for falls. Many patients are asymptomatic with inner ear disturbances being the leading risk for falls. The right equipment enables physicians to quickly and easily treat patients and reduce the risk and incidence of […]

  • TM Flow and Autonomic Nervous System Testing

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The TM Flow is proving to be an invaluable diagnostic tool in the detection of Cardiac Autonomic Neuropathy (CAN). CAN is a serious and underdiagnosed complication of diabetes. Early detection of CAN is possible for physicians in the primary care field, with the right equipment, such as the TM Flow […]

  • The #1 Condition Overlooked by Most Primar...

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  Primary Care Physicians are facing many challenges in today’s healthcare economy. According to a survey done by Procare, roughly half of independent doctors responded that they expect to have to sell their practice within the next decade [1]. In most primary care practices, opportunities for reimbursements are missed. This […]

  • How Medical Records Storage can increase y...

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Despite the adoption of electronic medical records (EMR) systems, medical practices still face serious space constraints due to the storage of physical patient files. And in a medical practice, space is money—meaning every square foot occupied by physical records represents thousands in wasted resources. Shelves upon shelves of cumbersome files […]