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Barring any further delays, 2015 looks like the year all U.S. medical providers transition to the new ICD-10 coding system. So come October 1st, many providers could be holding a collective breath, hoping for a smooth transition without any big surprises, cash flow disruptions, or hits to productivity.

Hoping is good, preparing is better. But what’s the best training strategy?

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Saas saves over EHRs with servers

Modernizing your medical practice software — including your electronic health records — shouldn’t force you to choose between early retirement and a giant upfront payment for a server-based system.

Also, watch out for EHR vendors with all-or-nothing agreements or who spring a bunch of hidden costs on you right after you commit. Instead, look for alternatives with more flexible choices, transparent EHR pricing and the ability to meet ongoing Federal requirements.

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Completing a thorough, accurate patient encounter can be a time-consuming part of your workday. Documenting clinical encounters can slow your practice down, especially with new or complex patients. An electronic health record solution that streamlines tasks through innovative features can make the difference between getting some of this time back and compounding the issue. How can you tell the difference?

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Talksoft Corporation, a cloud-based provider of patient notification, electronic messaging and appointment reminder systems, recently partnered with CareCloud, a leading provider of cloud-based practice management, electronic health records and medical billing software and services for medical groups. We asked Eric Pearlman, Talksoft Director of Business Development, what advantages the new partnership offers modern, technology-friendly medical practices.

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Alexandra Archibald, MBA, CMPE, Administrator for Somerset Orthopedic Associates in Bridgewater, New Jersey, knows first hand. She was instrumental in guiding her 7 orthopedic surgeon group — one that includes a main practice, two ambulatory surgery centers and on-site physical therapy services — to the cloud in 2013.

Ms. Archibald answered questions about the transition from client-server software to a modern, online practice management system during the interactive webinar “Is It Time to Replace Your Practice Management System?”

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