Leading endocrinology EMR software provider 1st Providers Choice is proud to announce they will be attending the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists’ 23rd Annual Scientific & Clinical Congress in May. The conference is being held from May 14-18 at the Paris Las Vegas Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada.
During the AACE conference, physicians will be able to attend cutting-edge seminars, participate in comprehensive training sessions, and meet with endocrinology software and product vendors, including 1st Providers Choice.
Why Physicians Choose our EMR Software for Endocrinologists
1st Providers Choice’s endocrinology EMR software integrates seamlessly with a wide range of glucose meters and medical devices, allowing physicians to have complete records for all their patients without having to do manual data entry work.
1st Providers Choice also delivers a software solution that can be accessed from smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices. Our EMR software for mobile devices enables physicians to:
Review and update patient charts on-the-go
Take immediate action on critical issues
Generate superbills with accurate coding
Improve interaction with patients
Additionally, our medical voice recognition software makes it easy for endocrinologists to add data to the EMR and dictate in their own words – all the while ensuring accuracy in the 98% to 99% range.
To learn more about our endocrinology EMR software, stop by Booth #320 at the AACE Annual Scientific & Clinical Congress. You can also call 480-782-1116 today to learn more about the benefits of using our EMR software for endocrinologists!
The meeting will include exhibits, lectures, special interest group meetings, symposia sessions, and much more. This year’s lecture lineup promises not to disappoint, with topics ranging from “Pain in Infants, Children, and Adolescents” to “There Is an App for That: Using Mobile Technology to Improve Chronic Pain.”
Conference attendees will be able to interact with the best and brightest in pain research, translate scientific discoveries into clinical practice, network with colleagues, learn policy issues that directly affect them, discuss their own research and clinical observations, and visit an extensive number of exhibiting companies featuring pain management products, including EMR software.
1st Providers Choice will be exhibiting their Pain Management EMR and Ambulatory Surgery Center EMR software and Practice Management solution in Booth #410. Their EMR is 2014 Edition certified and provides a full range of solutions, including an online Healthcare Portal, to help physicians meet Meaningful Use.
Podiatry EMR software provider 1st Providers Choice is proud to announce that they will be attending this year’s Valley of the Sun Podiatry Conference as an EMR exhibitor. Co-sponsored by the Podiatry Institute and the Arizona Podiatric Medical Association, the 2014 conference is being held in Phoenix, Arizona from April 24-27.
Among the list of interesting topics that will be presented at the conference by various highly-respected and well-known doctors of podiatric medicine are: Surgical Treatment of Advanced Forefoot Deformity, Innovations in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery, Dislocating Personnel Tendons- Reliable Repair Techniques, the Role of Advanced Biologics in Wound Care, Syndesmosis Repair, and more.
There will also be several hands-on workshops featuring latest techniques and technologies including topics as such as: Ankle Foot Orthotics- Controlling the Uncontrollable Foot, Navigating the Challenges of MRSA Infected Wounds, and Treating Complex Hallux Valgus Deformities.
All these lectures, workshops, and education sessions will help educate conference attendees to better understand the various updates and strategies in would care, surgical approaches to complications and revision surgery.
Healthcare professionals will also have several opportunities to meet with podiatry EMR vendors and other companies showcasing their podiatry-related products. 1st Providers Choice will be exhibiting their EMR and podiatry billing software. Some of the features of our podiatry EMR software include:
Podiatry-specific exam and procedure templates, letters and forms
Billing codes specific to podiatry (ICD-9, ICD-10, CPT)
Pre-loaded reports and ability to create custom reports
Image library with hundreds of foot-related diagrams
Client-server and web-based hosting options
Extensive drug formulary database
Ability to e-prescribe controlled substances
Meaningful Use Stage 2 certified
To learn more about the conference, click here. We hope to see you all in Phoenix!
Healthcare providers can breathe a sigh of relief. Implementation of ICD-10 code sets has been delayed another year thanks to a bill passed in the Senate on March 31. The controversial Protecting Access to Medicare Act of 2014, which passed with a vote of 64 to 35, has pushed the compliance deadline to October 1, 2015.
The U.S. is one of only a handful of developed countries that is not yet using ICD-10 code sets, which are said to be more accurate and precise. Meanwhile, the World Health Organization is set to release ICD-11 codes in 2017 – just two years after healthcare organizations in America will have started using ICD-10.
Industry response to the ICD-10 delay has been varied thus far. Many organizations have expressed satisfaction with the extra time it gives them to prepare internally for the transition from ICD-9 to ICD-10 – on top of the other changes that they have had to implement, including installing EMR software.
Others have criticized the delay stating that hospitals and healthcare organizations have already invested a lot of time and money in order to achieve compliance this year. Additionally, according to AHIMA (American Health Information Management Association), a one year ICD-10 delay could cost between $1 billion to $6.6 billion.
Preparing for ICD-10 Ahead of Time
The ICD-10 extension, however, does not mean that physicians and healthcare organizations can put off thinking about upgrade requirements for another year. Preparing for ICD-10 requires extensive planning to ensure that different systems, like billing and practice management software, can all work together to submit claims accurately, allowing providers to get paid.
Those who have not yet started ICD-10 preparations will now have more time to work with software vendors and clearinghouses to ensure compliance, while those already prepared for the transition can continue getting educated on the new code sets and how the transition will affect billing and coding processes.