published November 13, 2020

15 States To Require EPCS in 2021

Beginning January 1, 2021, twelve states will require EPCS. Three additional states will require EPCS at later dates in 2021. January 1, 2021 Arkansas, Delaware, Indiana, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Missouri, Nevada, …

published November 10, 2020

Cybercrime Threat to U.S. Hospitals & Healthcare Providers

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) have credible information of an increased and …

published April 23, 2020

Principal Care Management

This new Medicare program for 2020, open to specialists and primary care providers, provides a timely supplement to telehealth for your sickest patients.

published April 21, 2020

Billing Expertise and Telehealth

There’s never been a more important time to NOT be penny-wise and pound foolish.

published March 23, 2020

Provider Resources for the COVID-19 Pandemic

To assist all practices, whether or not they are a customer of ours, Sevocity® has created COVID-19 Provider Resources, a public webpage for all ambulatory providers: https://www.sevocity.com/covid-19-provider-resources/.  

published February 4, 2020

Planning for MIPS 2020

Did 2019 slip by and find you with little to no Quality Measure reports? Or worse, missing essential Promoting Interoperability requirements? Or did you punt on MIPS altogether because it …

published January 15, 2020

An EHR Vendor’s Experience Looking for a New System

I recently began the search for a new business system for our company and got a glimpse of what it must be like for a practice looking for a new …

published November 25, 2019

Medical Practice Systems and Services

Intentionally or not, the healthcare market is doing its best to confuse providers and practice managers, so here is a stab at making sense of it all.

published September 9, 2019

Is Faxing Dead?

Faxing is so old school.  With new technologies, can medical practices eliminate the fax machine?

published July 1, 2019

How Much are Medication Prior Authorizations Costing Your Practice?

In its 90th Annual Physician Report, Medical Economics found that the average practice spends 15 hours per week on Prior Authorizations.