Monthly Archives: April 2014

iPad Healthcare Apps Corroborating mHealth Initiatives

The healthcare IT industry has always been positively impacted by improvements in technology. The emergence of mHealth (mobile health) permeated the increased use of mobile devices, including mobile phones, tablets, and PDAs, for ensuring optimum patient health. mHealth involves the


Posted in mHealth Tagged with: , ,

Eligible Professionals: Review Changes in Stage 1 Meaningful Use Criteria that Begin in 2014

Are you a Medicare eligible professional who is participating or planning to participate in Stage 1 of the Medicare or Medicaid EHR Incentive Program this year? The Stage 2 rule for meaningful use included changes to Stage 1 requirements that


Posted in EHR Tagged with: , ,

Thumbs Down To ICD-10 Delay, Be The Early Bird!

A number of healthcare providers were expecting to implement ICD-10 code this October. ICD-10, the vastly expanded system of diagnosis and insurance billing codes, has been designed to provide a better way to track and study disease trends, reduce coding


Posted in ICD-10 Tagged with: , ,

iPatientCare miGlass – The New Revolution Proving The Pertinence of Google Glass in Healthcare

Advancements in technology have always been hailed owing to their contribution to the betterment of humanity. Google glass is one novel technology that has left the world more than amazed. As with other technologies, suspicions regarding its success were raised.


Posted in Wearable Technology Tagged with: , ,

MIPS Financial Calculator