How to Improve the Payment Collection Process at Point of Care

Posted by Phoenix Ortho Team on Sep 18, 2019 11:00:00 AM

For most clinics, payment collection is a critical issue. If the payment collection process takes too long or is too complex, it can easily result in missed payments—reducing the clinic’s income. Even if all other aspects of your orthopaedic practice are operating flawlessly, if your payment collection slips, then the practice as a whole may suffer.

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Topics: Software, EHR, patient

4 Ways to Save Time with an EHR Software

Posted by Phoenix Ortho Team on Sep 11, 2019 11:00:00 AM

Here’s an all-too-common scenario for doctors in an orthopaedic practice: It’s 8:00 pm on Friday night, and you’re stuck in your home office filling out paperwork. As a matter of fact, you’ve just had to cancel dinner plans with the spouse for the fifth time in the last two months because if you don’t get this paperwork done, your clinic won’t be able to get paid for the services you’ve rendered—and payday is coming up next week for your staff.

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Topics: Software, EHR, features

How to Reduce Burnout with an Optimized EHR Solution

Posted by Phoenix Ortho Team on Jul 23, 2019 2:00:00 PM

Physician stress and burnout is a critical issue for many orthopaedic clinics. In fact, according to a study featured in the US National Library of Medicine (NLM), “Of the 1,792 physician respondents (43% response rate), 26% reported burnout.” This means that more than one in four care providers is experiencing stress on a level that may drive them to retire early or look for a new career. So, naturally, there are numerous “physician burnout resources” being created to help address the issue.

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Topics: EHR, Orthopaedic EHR, data entry

Are Problems with EHR Solutions Driving You Up the Wall

Posted by Phoenix Ortho Team on Jun 20, 2019 11:00:00 AM

Electronic Health Record (EHR) and Electronic Medical Record (EMR) software are supposed to make managing patient data faster, easier, and more accurate than the old hardcopy records systems medical practices used to rely on. However, many orthopaedic surgeons and practice managers seem to have problems with EHR systems—running into recurring issues that cause delays and impact the quality of care that they can provide their patients. This is part of the reason why organizations such as Software Advice created their EHR Buyer’s Guide to help healthcare facilities choose the right EHR system for their needs.

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Topics: Software, EHR, Orthopaedic EHR

Using an EHR Solution to Improve Operating Room Efficiency

Posted by Frankie Ruiz on Apr 25, 2019 10:00:00 AM

In the operating room, doctors need to have accurate and reliable patient data if they are going to provide optimal care. For orthopaedic practices, this often means having access to the latest information from the patient’s chart as well as their most recent x-ray, computed tomography (CT), and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) studies. These medical studies provide crucial information for orthopaedic surgeries and play a key role in improving operating room efficiency.

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Topics: EHR

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