Regulatory News

Home Health Agencies Prepare for New Patient-Driven Groupings Model (Part Three)

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Home Health agencies across the United States are preparing for the Patient-Driven Groupings Model (PDGM).


Home Health Agencies Prepare for New Patient-Driven Groupings Model (Part Two)

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The second article in our PDGM series explores how home health agencies can prepare for the new regulatory changes, including the Five Factors for Determining Payment.

 


Home Health Agencies Prepare for New Patient-Driven Groupings Model (PDGM)

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Home Health agencies across the United States are preparing for the Patient-Driven Groupings Model (PDGM) that will create new requirements for the industry. 

 

MEDITECH 2018 Revenue Cycle Summits Boost Customer Communication

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MEDITECH recently held its fourth annual Revenue Cycle Summits, bringing together nearly 100 customers to exchange strategies on optimizing their revenue cycle processes.


MEDITECH Receives Canada Health Infoway Certification

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MEDITECH’s 6.x and Client/Server Electronic Health Record platforms, as well as its Patient and Consumer Health Portal, have completed the Canada Health Infoway’s certification process. 

 


MEDITECH to Deploy CommonWell Interoperability Services in 2018

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MEDITECH plans to offer CommonWell interoperability services in early 2018, enabling healthcare organizations to exchange patient information seamlessly for improved patient care and quality outcomes.

 


MEDITECH Ranks #2 Among Top 20 Certified Health IT Vendors

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MEDITECH ranks second among HealthData Management’s list of the top 20 IT application vendors to supply certified technology to acute care hospitals in the Medicare EHR Incentive Program.


MEDITECH Hospitals Receive 5 Stars from CMS

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20 MEDITECH customers recently received a Five Star rating from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).


ONC Reports “Nearly Universal” EHR Adoption

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A recent survey conducted by the Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) reports that almost all U.S hospitals are now using EHR technology.


MEDITECH is Raising the Bar for EHR Expectations

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Health Data Management reports, that in spite of the passage of the HITECH Act in 2009 and the Office of the National Coordinator for Healthcare Information Technology (ONC) setting rules for meaningful use of technology — the health IT industry is still struggling with ease of usability, clinician productivity and unrealized financial benefits.


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