A profound and impactful revolution is taking place in healthcare, courtesy of artificial intelligence (AI). Not only does AI hold the potential to enhance patient care, but it is also crucial for independent healthcare providers who wish to remain relevant and successful in the future.
AI has a significant impact on almost every facet of healthcare,
In an ever-evolving healthcare industry, the adoption of new technologies to streamline clinical and administrative processes is integral. Electronic Health Records (EHR) have become a cornerstone in the successful delivery of healthcare services, providing an efficient way to store and access patient information. However, the transition to a new EHR system can present a unique set of challenges.
As an independent provider, one of the biggest challenges you may face is getting new patients. While your skills and expertise may be top-notch, getting the word out about your healthcare services can be difficult without a large marketing budget or connections in the industry. However, there are several strategies you can use to increase your visibility and attract new patients.
In today’s tough economy, healthcare providers are facing numerous
challenges in collecting patient balances. With the ever-changing HMO reimbursement policies, it is essential for providers to take a proactive approach towards collections and patient payments. In this blog post, we have compiled a top 10 list of things that providers and billers can do to improve collections and patient payments.
Many healthcare providers use MEDISOFT, a popular medical billing software that’s available in both cloud and on-premises versions. However, it can be challenging to wrap one’s head around the idea, especially if they’re been using the on-premises version for years. “If I’ve been using MEDISOFT on my own computers for years now, why should I change that?” While there are certainly good reasons to own your own software and run it on your own hardware,
Microwize Technology, Inc, is one of the 29 businesses that signed an agreement with the Information Technology Industry Development Agency of Egypt (ITIDA), to offer remote employee services to medical practices and medical billing companies. The signing agreements were witnessed by Egypt’s Prime Minister, Mostafa Madbouly, and other high-profile figures from the Egyptian governments and signed by Mr.
It is a question I have often heard from practices since 2018, and the simple answer is greed. The American Medical Association (AMA) realized they could charge doctors a licensing fee and saw no reason not to dig deeper into the pockets of America’s healthcare providers.