published November 7, 2018

EHR Data Conversion / Migration

Now that most providers have started using an EHR the single biggest obstacle to changing EHRs is often getting the patient data out of the old and into the new. …

published October 26, 2018

Are Practice Management/Billing System Transaction Fees Killing Your Practice?

Buried in the fine print of many PM contracts is the per-transaction fee when you exceed the limits included in your contract.  If the limits aren’t reasonable, the additional fees …

published September 25, 2018

MIPS – Revisiting the Penalties

Last year we did a blog post “I’ll Just Take the Penalty”.  What has changed or will change about the penalties?

published September 6, 2018

What is PDMP? How can my EHR help?

Most states now have laws requiring providers prescribing controlled substances to FIRST check their state’s Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP) website.

published August 1, 2018

Your Role in Maintaining Clinical Data Integrity

Why Clinical Data Integrity Matters Maintaining accurate data in a patient’s health record is integral to providing quality patient care and submitting valid reimbursement claims. From a clinical perspective, good …

published March 26, 2018

Why do EHRs go out of Business?

Are there red flags? What does the past tell us?

published December 11, 2017

Is Your EHR Company Holding Your Patient Data Hostage?

Is Your EHR Company Holding Your Patient Data Hostage? Here’s how to find out and what to do about it.

published November 28, 2017

The Disconnect Between Reasons Providers Look for a New EHR and their Selection Criteria for the new EHR

Are providers who search for their new EHR with the wrong criteria destined to repeat the same mistakes?

published November 13, 2017

10 MIPS Questions to Ask your EHR Vendor

In August 2017, Medical Economics ran an article, 10 Questions to Ask your EHR Vendor to Prepare for MIPs. What are Sevocity’s Answers?  

published November 8, 2017

Does your EHR have Headlight Wipers?

Are you looking for the wrong things in your EHR?