While anesthesiologists and nephrologists may differ in their knowledge of the inner workings of the human body, both types of healthcare professionals are constantly looking for ways to improve their medical practice management through new techniques and services. One way doctors with their own private practice can do this is by ensuring that their facility's electronic medical records are up-to-date with the ever-changing healthcare laws and regulations.
Due the recent economic climate, many doctors are determined to manage this transition themselves as a way to cut costs. They may not realize they are attempting to manage a process that takes even an experienced company three to four months to complete. To ensure a smooth transition regardless of whether the facility is transitioning to EMR or updating their medical billing system, busy doctors can turn to the trusted professionals at Microwize for products and services that can help streamline these aspects of the business, reduce costs and improve workplace satisfaction.
Since medical facilities only need to update their medical billing system every few years, overburdened doctors who are already working long hours may be eager to put off this process when the time finally arrives. To complicate the practice's functions further, staff members will soon need to make the switch to ANSI 5010. While this could pose a challenge to the unprepared, doctors who turn to Microwize can eliminate their risk for errors during the process.
Likewise, physicians who are fed up with the problems associated with paper records such as duplicated forms, missed billing and hurried documentation can look to Microwize during their EMR transition. Facilities that use the software to its fullest potential can even maximize their HIPAA reimbursement under the correct coding initiative.
Reducing a facility's workload
The lead physician in any small facility is likely to be most affected by a transition to EMR or medical billing update, but to manage the transition effectively, these individuals should attend to the needs of their workers. These days, many facilities are looking to get more out of a smaller staff. While this may work for certain businesses, a staff member at an outpatient facility must always be on top of their game. As a result, doctors can help improve the quality of their staff's work by investing in software the reduces the administrative work these individuals need to complete.
Microwize can offer the software and hardware physicians need, as well as a professional staff that can teach members of the facility to navigate the new products. This added service helps differentiate Microwize from its competition, and ensures that work production doesn't decrease while the changes are being completed.
Cutting costs without cutting quality
While doctors may have used similar services in the past, these professionals can rest assured that Microwize's success rate is three times higher than their competitors. Satisfied users from Cranford, New Jersey to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, report that the technicians provided by Microwize can make the transition to EMR software or medical billing software easier and more convenient.
Experts say EMR systems will reduce costs across the medical industry. While the cumulative total physicians across the country need to spend on this software is just over $1 billion a year, this group of medical professionals could save $142 billion by implementing EMR over the next 15 years, according to The People-to-People Health Foundation.
In addition, by partnering with Microwize, doctors will be able to secure software from top-of-the-line providers such as Allscripts and McKesson. Due to these benefits, physicians should inquire into Microwize's services before the deadline for the next major transition approaches for the healthcare industry.