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Image Digitization Systems
Image Digitization Systems, Angiography/Cardiovascular
Impedance Cardiographs
Inflators, Angioplasty Balloon
Information Systems
Information Systems, Data Management
Information Systems, Data Management, Cardiology
Information Systems, Data Management, Cardiology, Electrocardiography
Information Systems, Data Management, Cardiology, Hemodynamic
Information Systems, Data Management, Hospital
Information Systems, Data Management, Hospital, Admission/Discharge/Transfer
Information Systems, Data Management, Hospital, Integrated
Information Systems, Data Management, Hospital, Master Patient Index
Information Systems, Data Management, Physician Practice
Information Systems, Data Management, Provider Order Entry
Information Systems, Picture Archiving and Communication
Information Systems, Picture Archiving and Communication, Cardiology
Information Systems, Telemedicine
Information Systems, Telemedicine, Videoconferencing
Injectors, Contrast Media, Angiography
Injectors, Contrast Media, Computed Tomography
Injectors, Contrast Media, Ultrasound
Injectors, Hand-Held
Injectors, Thermal Dilution
Intravenous Hangers
Intravenous Hangers, Wall
Intravenous Poles
Intravenous Poles, Ceiling-Mounted
Intravenous Port/Connector Disinfecting Caps
Iontophoresis Units, Drug Delivery

ICD-10: The 10 Questions You Must Ask Your Vendors Today
The conversion to ICD-10 is coming, and soon. The government says it won't pay for any service provided after Oct. 1, 2015 that isn't billed using the new code set, which is vastly larger and more complex than the current ICD-9. This white paper offers a detailed list of the 10 most important questions to ask of your key vendors.
Seven Must-Have EHR Features
EHR vendors offer plenty of options to go with your new or existing system. But figuring out which options to buy, and which to pass on, is no easy task when you're already stretching your budget to make your investment ... and vendor sales people are telling you that you just have to have everything. The truth is, some of these add-ons are vital. Some less so. Here's guidance on deciding which options are must-haves and which are truly "optional."
Be Your Own Consultant: Measure Your Revenue Cycle
Step outside of your day-to-day responsibilities and imagine for a moment that you are a revenue cycle consultant who is going to evaluate the performance of your medical practice's revenue cycle. As the consultant, you have been asked to evaluate the revenue cycle performance over the last 12 months. This article from The Journal of Medical Practice Management reviews what your next steps as a consultant would include.
How We Navigated Meaningful Use
There are numerous reasons a medical practice may consider the investment of an EHR system. Medicare has a program in place known as the Medicare EHR Incentive Program that will provide incentives towards physicians and practices that have made the investment in an EHR system. In order for a practice to receive this incentive, 'meaningful use' of the EHR system must be demonstrated. Read on to learn how to successfully meet the objectives of 'meaningful use'.
7 Steps to Boost Your Online Reputation
Online reputation refers to all the information that your potential patients see and consider when looking for a new doctor online. For instance, reviews on healthcare and business sites create online word of mouth for your practice while reviews on your own practice website assure prospective patients that are considering whether to book. Here's a quick look at seven key steps you can follow to build a positive online reputation.
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