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Strategies to Eliminate After-Hours Charting

Strategies to Eliminate After-Hours Charting

Some EHR systems are so clunky, it can take hours after your clinic has closed to finish all of your documentation. The good news is, no matter...

COVID-19's Musculoskeletal Effects Emerge

COVID-19's Musculoskeletal Effects Emerge

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to change the world, one orthopaedic surgeon is studying the virus’s potential long-term effects on the...

Ransomware in Orthopaedics: Part 2

Ransomware in Orthopaedics: Part 2

Welcome to our two-part series on ransomware in orthopaedics. It's critical for offices to understand the threat that ransomware poses to the...

Ransomware in Orthopaedics: Part 1

Ransomware in Orthopaedics: Part 1

Welcome to our two-part series on ransomware in orthopaedics. It's critical for offices to understand the threat that ransomware poses to the...

E/M Coding Changes Coming in 2021

E/M Coding Changes Coming in 2021

Coding changes scheduled to take effect January 1, 2021 will have far-reaching effects on the orthopaedic specialty. History and exam components...

What You Need to Know About the ONC Final Rule

What You Need to Know About the ONC Final Rule

The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) has enacted legislation titled the Cures Act Final Rule...

AMA Playbook: Patient Record Access

AMA Playbook: Patient Record Access

A new playbook recently released from the American Medical Association aims to facilitate patient data access. The four-part guide dispels HIPAA...

Epic Says No to Interoperability

Epic Says No to Interoperability

Epic CEO Judy Faulkner wrote an email to CEOs and presidents of hospital systems to sign a letter voicing disapproval for the interoperability and...

Lessons from Project Nightingale

Lessons from Project Nightingale

How far do privacy laws really go to protect patient identity? Existing protections may no longer be sufficient to address the public’s concern...

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