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Do physicians really hate their EHRs?

Physicians hate their EHRs. Research shows there's no love lost between doctors and the technology. According to a recent study, just 34 percent of physicians said they were "satisfied" or "very satisfied" with their EHR system in 2014, down from 62 percent in 2010. Diving...

source: By Scott Rupp
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The next time you get a medical bill, don't pay it — at least not right away. It pays to check for errors first. Accounts of medical billing errors vary widely. While the American Medical Association estimated that 7.1 percent of...

source: NBC News

Healthcare administrators and physicians both place high priority on patient communication and clinical team collaboration, a new survey found. The survey of 1,621 healthcare administrators and physicians by the healthcare recruitment...

source: FiercePracticeManagement

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services recently announced that some healthcare organizations can extend their participation in the Bundled Payments for Care Improvement initiative, a program that aims to increase value-based care through...

source: RevCycle Intelligence

The Alabama Medicaid Agency, facing about $85 million less in funding than it says it needs to function, started laying out a case for more money to legislators. In an hour-long presentation, Alabama Medicaid Commissioner Stephanie Azar presented an overview of the agency's...

source: Montgomery Advertiser

The Arkansas Senate approved a plan Wednesday allowing Gov. Asa Hutchinson to continue the state's hybrid Medicaid expansion despite lawmakers voting to end it, though opponents warned the tactic opens the door for lawsuits. The Medicaid budget bill was approved by a 27-2...

source: The Associated Press via The Baltimore Sun

Texas state health officials confirmed they have asked the Obama administration to keep a 15-month lifeline of federal Medicaid money flowing into Texas to help hospitals treat uninsured patients. That money would offer temporary relief to healthcare providers who face losing...

source: The Texas Tribune

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