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Obtaining prior authorizations can cost your practice some 14 hours of staff time per physician per week.
This whitepaper explains the three key capacities your IT partner should be able to offer you, so you can confidently hand this administrative burden off to them.
- Know when an order has been created
- Determine whether an authorization is needed
- Obtain that authorization on your practice’s behalf
Free your staff up from hours of phone work every week. This whitepaper shows you how.Read More >>
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Choosing the right electronic medical records software for your practice is no small task, especially for resource-strapped medical offices. There are hundreds of options and lots of features to understand. It’s easy to get confused, which is where Software Advice comes in.Learn More >>
As nurse leaders, we often take for granted that staff have the necessary skills and knowledge to adequately and safely care for the diverse needs of all our residents, especially new admissions.Read More >>
When caring for residents with dementia, one quickly realizes that a common problem is sleep—too much or too little. If too little, not only is the resident not getting needed sleep, but the sleepless resident’s behaviors can disturb other residents.Read More >>
The Montreal Parkinson Risk of Dementia Scale (MoPaRDS), which comprises 8 simple clinical variables, is effective for predicting the risk for dementia in patients with Parkinson disease(PD), according to findings from a multicenter study published in JAMA Neurology.Read More >>
One of the largest gifts in Brown University history, from Brown graduate Robert J. Carney and his wife, Nancy D. Carney, is intended to quicken the pace of neuroscience research in R.I., with the potential to develop new treatments and cures for such devastating conditions as Alzheimer’s disease and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS.Read More >>