great resignation

The Great Resignation and Your Practice

Some people refer to it as the “Big Quit,” while others call it “The Great Resignation.”

If you missed the ”60 Minutes” segment on Sunday, January 9th, it discussed why more Americans are quitting their jobs. Many businesses are having difficult finding skilled workers to hire. To summarize the segment:

  • More and more “baby boomers” have decided to retire and not go back to work
  • Many moms decided to stay home and not go back to the workforce
  • Others relocated to areas with more affordable housing,
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.

Microwize award - Inc 5000 2021

Microwize Technology Honored in Inc. 5000 for 2021

Microwize Technology is honored in the 2021 Inc magazine's list of 5000 as one of the fastest growing companies in America. Microwize Technology, a leader in the medical billing software, EMR (electronic medical records), and healthcare IT industry, announced its inclusion in the Inc. 5000 list as one of the fastest-growing private companies in America. For decades, [...]
Healthcare Magazine

“Practice of the Future” Healthcare Magazine Launches in September

A new industry magazine geared towards helping healthcare professionals stay on top of innovative trends in the industry. Practice of the Future, a new magazine catering to healthcare providers and the industry, is proud to announce the publication of its premiere issue. The quarterly magazine aims to help healthcare professionals stay on top of industry [...]

Rise in Ransomware Attacks Threatens Healthcare Providers

A recent rise in ransomware attacks shines a spotlight on the importance of cyber security for healthcare providers and their practices.

Microwize Technology, a privately held healthcare IT consulting firm in Paramus, NJ, cautions healthcare providers of all sizes not to take security lightly, especially now. The steady increase of news articles describing cyberattacks and ransom payments should concern any business.

Medical Business 101

Business 101 for Medical Practices

If a medical practice is a business and for-profit, why is the business aspect of running a practice ignored in medical schools? I also want physicians who are business-savvy to stay independent while controlling the physician/patient relationship. There are some exceptions to the “business education” shortcomings. It was assumed by most medical teaching programs that when the physician started in the practice/business of medicine,

Security Flaw Requires Windows Update

A serious security flaw called PrintNightmare in Windows 10 and other versions requires an immediate patch per Microsoft. The Print Spooler service can be exploited to allow attackers to install applications and view, modify, or delete data. New user accounts could also be created to allow access to bad actors.

The security flaw is present in multiple versions of the Windows operating system.

Insurance claim denial

UHC to Deny Claims for “Non-Emergencies”

The US’ largest health insurer, UnitedHealthcare, is delaying a controversial new policy. Emergency room visits considered “non-emergent” may be partially or fully denied coverage. The policy to deny claims was set to go into effect on July 1. However, UHC is now delaying implementation at least until the pandemic is over.

American Hospital Association president Richard Pollack rebuked the plan in a public letter to UHC’s CEO.

EMR VS EHR

EMR vs EHR? Understand the Difference

EMR vs EHR? To begin differentiating between the two, it’s important to understand the shift in the medical industry. The growing advancements in the medical field within the past 50 years have tremendously improved our medical knowledge, as well as transformed research and development for treatment options. Because of this, those with chronic conditions have been living much longer.

START TYPING AND PRESS ENTER TO SEARCH