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5 Strategies to Help Your Patients Adapt to New Technology

By sandy | February 4, 2018

In the healthcare field, we often take the advent of new technology as part of the job. It seems there’s always a new device to…

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Are We Entering the Day of the Digitalist?

By sandy | February 1, 2018

“The Digitalist will reside in an e-coordination facility and remotely track data from biosensors, portals, apps, and social media, then combine the data with clinical…

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Overcoming the Stigma of Mental Illness

By sandy | January 26, 2018

Mental Illness in America More than 43 million Americans are suffering from mental illness, but less than half of those, some 43 percent, receive treatment,…

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The Trend Toward Integrated Healthcare: Mental and Physical Health

By sandy | January 20, 2018

For generations, healthcare professionals were trained to view a patient’s well-being along two different paths. Traditional health went one way and mental health another. The…

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EHR Growth is on its Way to a Big Boom by 2025

By sandy | January 14, 2018

The electronic health records (EHR) market is growing. Those of us active in the space see it every day, and physicians in the marketplace are…

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5 Reasons Fingerprint Scan Technology Makes Sense For Your Practice

By sandy | January 12, 2018

Fingerprint Scan Technology for Patient Identification Should you incorporate a fingerprint scanner into your practice for patient identification? Isn’t it just an additional step in…

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Supporting Seniors’ Mental Health Throughout the Aging Process

By sandy | January 8, 2018

Preserving a person’s life is one of the fundamental goals — if not the fundamental goal — of the medical profession, and our advancements in technology, care…

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Overcoming the next great psychiatric challenge

By sandy | January 3, 2018

The psychiatric community faces a great challenge. It isn’t one from a new condition, a shift in healthcare or a new treatment regimen. The challenge…

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3 Resources to Simplify Your Medical Billing Codes

By sandy | January 3, 2018

Medical billing codes are an integral part of your business, but the coding process you use can determine whether it’s a needlessly wasteful and time-consuming part of…

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3 Ways a Specialty-Specific EHR Benefits Your Mental Health Practice

By sandy | December 29, 2017

Mental health practices are unique in their patient care offerings, so it makes sense they would seek to work with partners that offer specialized solutions…

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7 Benefits of Using Medical Billing Services

By sandy | December 29, 2017

When it comes to medical billing services in today’s market, it’s really no longer a question of do you need one: You do. There are…

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Is Documentation Getting in the Way of Providing Patient Care?

By sandy | December 19, 2017

Ask anyone in the world of health care why they entered the profession, and they’ll overwhelmingly respond with the same answer: patient care and the…

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Are House Calls Returning for Mental Health Services?

By sandy | December 2, 2017

You turn on an old black-and-white movie featuring a child who becomes ill and bedridden. As a medical professional, you know what comes next: The…

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The Role of Telemedicine in Innovative Mental Healthcare

By sandy | November 27, 2017

These days we all feel pulled in a hundred directions at once, and no one understands this more than mental health professionals. There simply isn’t…

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Protect Your Practice by Performing a Security Risk Analysis

By sandy | November 17, 2017

What is a Security Risk Analysis? To make a simplistic medical analogy, a security risk analysis is the examination and testing you do to assess…

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