Not rendering correctly? View this email as a web page here.

EHR Newsletter | April 2014

MediTouch EHR Newsletter

From the Blog

Deadline Approaching for PCMH Recognition Read More

Patient-Centered Medical Home Study Shows Reduction of Cost and Utilization Among High-Risk Patients Read More

3 Ways to Avoid EHR Software Buyer’s Remorse Read More

Do You Know How PQRS and Physician Compare Will Affect Your Practice? Read More

Subscribe to Blog »

Connect With Us

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn YouTube Google+

mu-seal

ICD-10 Delayed to 2015 – How Will Your Practice Be Affected?

As you've probably heard, the Senate voted on Monday, March 31st, to delay the transition from ICD-9 to ICD-10 to at least October 2015, and the bill was signed by the President a day later. MediTouch has been ICD-10 ready since 2013, and we encourage medical practices to take advantage of the additional time to train and prepare for ICD-10—the best course is not to sit back for another year until time is running out. Read more about how the ICD-10 delay impacts your practice »

 

Free Webinar: Patient Centered Medical Home – What You Need to Know

Join us this Thursday, April 10th, for a rebroadcast of our free webinar on Patient Centered Medical Home. Hosted by HealthFusion’s CEO, Dr. Seth Flam, “Patient Centered Medical Home: What You Need to Know” will answer your questions and give you a comprehensive overview of the PCMH model. Register Today »

 

Attesting for Meaningful Use in 2014? Find out the Top 10 Misconceptions about Meaningful Use

Are you staying on top of the Meaningful Use changes for 2014? Our Meaningful Use summary covers the most common misconceptions about both Stage 1 and Stage 2. Read More »

 

Don’t Give up on ICD-10: Daily Quiz to Test Your ICD-10 Knowledge

Even with a one year delay, there is no way to avoid learning ICD-10 coding. Our daily ICD-10 quiz can help you practice – test your knowledge in just a few seconds. Try it now! »

www.healthfusion.com

 Unsubscribe from all future emails 

Powered by HubSpot