legacy ehr

Move On: Why Are Legacy EHR Systems So Prevalent in Healthcare?

The use of legacy EHR systems in within the healthcare industry is a common challenge faced by many providers. According to a 2021 HIMSS survey, 73% of healthcare provider organizations have legacy information systems. These systems are outdated, difficult to maintain, and may not be compatible with newer technologies. They are typically costly to maintain and a pain to keep up. 

windows 2012 end of support

Windows Server 2012 End-of-Support: Are You Ready?

Windows Server 2012 / 2012 R2 will reach end-of-support on October 10, 2023. After this date, Microsoft will no longer release security updates, non-security updates, bug fixes, technical support, or online technical content updates for these operating systems, leaving them (and your network and data!) more vulnerable to threats and attrition.

If your practice or business currently uses one of these OSes on a server,

the dangers of holding onto insurance claims

The Dangers of Holding onto Insurance Claims: Why Delaying Payment is Detrimental to Your Practice (and Illegal!) 

As a doctor or medical billing company, you play a critical role in ensuring that patients receive the healthcare they need. However, did you know holding onto insurance claims for too long can have detrimental effects on both your practice and your patients? In this blog post, we will explain why delaying payment on insurance claims is not only detrimental but also illegal. 

is using old medical billing software a good idea?

Is Using Old Medical Billing Software A Good Idea?

Using old or outdated medical billing software may seem like a cost-effective solution, but it can pose significant risks to both patients and healthcare providers. As technology continues to advance and improve, it’s essential for medical practices to stay current with their software and equipment to avoid unnecessary risks.

Security Breaches

One of the most significant risks associated with using old medical billing software is the potential for security breaches.

New RCM (Revenue Cycle Management) services with no upfront investments

PARAMUS, N.J. — Microwize Technology – a Healthcare IT firm providing Electronic Health Records, Medical Billing software, and solutions – located in Paramus, New Jersey announces the release of new RCM (Revenue Cycle Management) services with no upfront investments. Physicians will have access to a certified all-in-one cloud-based EHR with a billing,


CURES Act – New Changes & Enforcements 2022

Cures Act Summary 2022

Securely maintaining electronic patient data within healthcare organizations, while ensuring the right people have access to their data, has never been more important. Historically, health officials could not talk about patient data without acknowledging the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). HIPAA was designed to develop a consistent set of standards to protect patients’ data from disclosure without their consent.

NJ Non-profit Hospitals Get Tax Break

NJ Non-profit Hospitals Get Tax Break

A 2021 law drafted as a compromise between tax-exempt non-profit hospitals and the NJ municipalities in which they’re located is being challenged by a lawsuit. State legislators tried to address the dispute, where billion-dollar hospitals paid little to nothing in property taxes, with the law. A 2015 court ruling found that Morristown Medical Center was liable for taxes as a result of operating in large part as a for-profit organization.