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Bradford Health Services Speaks About Receiving Excellent Support From Streamline During Their Tight EHR Implementation Timeline

Bradford Health Services Speaks About Receiving Excellent Support From Streamline During Their Tight EHR Implementation Timeline

Bradford Health Services provides effective and affordable chemical dependency treatment programs for adults and adolescents. Bradford offers inpatient and outpatient services to 30 locations spread across four different states. Because of Bradford's tight timeline to get off its previous system, it needed to find an EHR that fit into their budget.

Five Things Your EHR Needs To Maximize User Efficiency

Five Things Your EHR Needs To Maximize User Efficiency

“We’ve got data, so what? Wait ...I mean NOW what?”

The behavioral health and human services industry has done a great job over the last 10-15 years of capturing data, getting data into the system, writing reports on that data, and even digitizing (not necessarily automating) many of the manual processes that we all have engaged in during our daily work in the care setting.

What Every Help Desk Needs for Successful EHR Management

What Every Help Desk Needs for Successful EHR Management

A well organized and well managed help desk can make a huge difference in the overall success of the relationship between a customer and the Electronic Health Record (EHR) vendor. In order for a help desk to truly support the immediate needs of a customer, it must have excellent staffing and well-defined processes that are clear, transparent, and plan for adaptability and growth.

Getting Paid for Services Delivered Is A Core Competency

Getting Paid for Services Delivered Is A Core Competency

I have worked in healthcare service delivery for over twenty years, and during that time, I’ve worked with a lot of clients regarding their electronic health record (EHR) requirements. Many companies offered “revenue cycle management” or “outsourced billing” and personally, I’ve never thought this was a good idea for most organizations.

CMS Releases Final Rule for Quality Payment Program: Tips and Sources to Receive a Positive Adjustment

In November, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid services released the Final Rule for the second year of the Quality Payment Program (QPP). The purpose of the Quality Payment Program is to incentivize, and improve, quality of care by setting into place payment adjustments based on the data reported to CMS. In an effort to reduce the burden of reporting, the Quality Payment Program is a combination of the current Meaningful Use, Physician Quality Reporting Program (PQRS), and Value-Based Payment Modifier (VBPM) programs.