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Some may be surprised to learn that last year overdoses from heroin, prescription drugs, and opioid pain relievers surpassed car accidents as the leading cause of injury-related death in America, according to the Centers for Disease Control. 

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As an industry, healthcare can definitely learn a thing or two from the finance and retail sectors as far as keeping costs low while providing the highest quality services. When it comes to electronic health records in particular, there is yet another industry that vendors can learn from, and that’s the gaming industry.

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In 2010, Medicare's policy for payment of outpatient services provided on either the date of a beneficiary's admission or during the three calendar days immediately preceding the date of a beneficiary's inpatient admission to a “subsection (d) hospital” subject to the inpatient prospective payment system, “IPPS” (or during the one calendar day immediately preceding the date of a beneficiary's inpatient admission to a non-subsection (d) hospital) became effective.   A Medicare Subsection D (d) hospital is an acute care, short-term hospital.

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It's difficult to know where to start when selecting the best software for your practice.  With dozens of selections to choose from, making the right choice can be a daunting task.  For new or established practices looking to implement or upgrade software into their practices, there are some general need-to-know details that will help better prepare you for evaluating and choosing the software program best suited for your needs.

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