CureMD Healthcare Weekly Webinar – Healthcare Reform in 2011 & Beyond

Starts: Thursday November 11, 2010, 03:30PM EST
Ends: Thursday November 11, 2010, 04:00PM EST
Event Type: Training/Seminar
Location: This is a virtual event.
Industry: hospital & health care
Keywords: CureMD, EHR, EMR, Healthcare, Obama EHR stimulus package, Stimulus electronic medical records incentives, ARRA, Medicare advantage claims, Electronic Health Record, Electronic Medical Record, HealthCare IT, Medicare, Medicare stimulus, EHR Meaningful Use
Intended For: Hospital Administrator, Medical Professionals, Healthcare Professionals, Healthcare Financial Management Professionals, Managed Care Executives,Office Manager, Accountants, Clinical Analysts, Physicians, EHR Buyers
Organization: CureMD Healthcare

The next couple of years are going to change the face of healthcare. Join us, as we cover the Affordable Care Act, Medicare & other upcoming changes to Physician Reimbursement.

Presented by Fred Melroy, Director of UPN. (University Physicians Network)

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CureMD Launches DRT MU at MGMA’s 2010 Annual Conference

New Orleans, LA (PRWEB) October 28, 2010

CureMD, the leading provider of healthcare information technology, announced today the launching of discrete reportable transcription for meaningful use (DRT MU) at the MGMA’s 2010 Annual Conference.

CureMD DRT MU empowers physicians to more effectively utilize EHR as it contributes dramatically toward adoption and Meaningful Use. It is the World’s first and only overnight transcription service that directly populates dictations as per MU criteria in pre-designated, fully customized templates.

DRT MU effectively addresses EHR usability issues, reducing time spent documenting patient encounters, consults and assessments by supporting narrative dictation with results directly populated into the EHR – driving adoption success close to 100%.

“DRT MU will further stimulate the exceptional user experience that CureMD is known for” said Kamal Hashmat, CEO of CureMD. “With five star usability rating, built in speciality configurations, and user driven updates – we offer much more than just a certified product.”

CureMD DRT MU allows pro-transcription physicians to continue this practice while cutting their costs in half and effortlessly comply with MU requirements.
CureMD DRT MU offers the following benefits:

  • Meaningful use compliance
  • 70% reduction in training time/cost
  • 87% reduction in data entry time
  • 45% reduction in transcription costs initially
  • Transcription costs on follow-up visits decreased by 80%
  • No change from traditional practices in interaction with patient
  • Ability to capture discrete data
  • Populate EHR via dictation instead of physician data entry
  • 90% of discrete data with 15% of the effort

CureMD is exhibiting this cutting edge technology at MGMA 2010 Booth #960.

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About CureMD
CureMD is an award winning network of health information management systems and services offering certified EMR, practice management, patient portal, revenue cycle management and discrete reportable transcription to accelerate adoption and Meaningful Use – driving outcomes and subsidy payments to maximize value and returns. CureMD’s advanced web technology and award winning usability facilitate quality decision-making, streamline operations and ensure compliance.

Trusted by thousands of practices ranging from solo and group practices to large multispecialty organizations nationwide, CureMD is all that you need to succeed in today’s performance driven reimbursement environment.

About MGMA
MGMA is the premier membership association for professional administrators and leaders of medical group practices. Since 1926, MGMA has delivered networking, professional education and resources and political advocacy for medical practice management. The Association started as a small network of clinic managers, called the National Association of Clinic Managers, which met for the first time in Madison, Wis., in 1926. The name was changed to the Medical Group Management Association in 1963 to reflect the diverse management roles found in group practice.