Document Scanning Gadget »

[28 Jun 2014 | No Comment | 401 views]

In the world of gadgets, the popularity of iPad is immense. This creation of Apple became a rage the moment it was released. Owners of iPads use it mainly for browsing the internet, watching videos and reading ebooks. But the utility of this gadget is much more. iPad users have the option of installing various applications on their gadget which enables it to perform a number of functions. But very… Continue reading

Software »

[21 Oct 2012 | 3 Comments | 17,745 views]

This software is community conscience and as it embraces social websites such as FaceBook, twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube and several blogs. Advertising agencies use this software to exhibit their services and products to various audiences at the same time as communication agencies can use it to communicate complex information across multiple devices. It is notably incredible in that the trial version is fully functional and offers most if not all features… Continue reading

EMR Software »

[25 Feb 2012 | 13 Comments | 4,030 views]

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) have announced Proposed Stage Two final rules for meaningful use of electronic health records. The new proposed final rules for Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Electronic Medical Records stimulus incentive payments will impact on core features and menu options of the EMR applications.

The proposed rule for Meaningful Use Stage 2 can be downloaded here Changes to meaningful use Stage… Continue reading

Computers »

[22 Feb 2012 | 4 Comments | 6,224 views]

TonidoPlug2 NAS Cloud Server has been selling like hot cake and is currently out of stock in many stores. Its popularity alone should tell you that this is a perfect home server. Not only is it pocket friendly but it also consumes low power and is small and thus, does not require huge installation space. It allows you to access your data (music, audio, applications, files and all media) from… Continue reading

HIPAA »

[21 Jan 2012 | 5 Comments | 3,126 views]

Health Care or Medical providers who fall under the group of ‘covered entities’ have the permission, but not the requirement, under the HIPAA Privacy Rule, to disclose and use Protected Health Information (PHI) without the authorization of the individual concerned, under a given set of circumstances. These are listed here below:

  1. Payment, Treatment and Health Care Operations:
    This basically refers to the covered entity disclosing PHI for its

EMR Software »

[26 Dec 2011 | 5 Comments | 3,507 views]

The most talked-about trend in the healthcare industry is the increasing rate at which organizations are seeking better data security solutions for protecting their patient health information (PHI). This urgency is understandable since for establishing HIPAA Security Compliance, securing PHI against any breach or unauthorized access is critical. Not doing so leads to severe financial and legal penalties apart from being uprooted from the healthcare stimulus package. Organizations can ensure… Continue reading

Medical Records »

[23 Nov 2011 | 3 Comments | 3,816 views]

Healthcare organizations are increasingly seeking HIPAA training for their employees. These are business entities handling patient health information (or medical data) in some capacity. Businesses have realized that following HIPAA benchmarks for sharing, saving, indexing or recording patient data is no longer an option. HIPAA guidelines are enacted via the federal government and endorsed across all states. Not following these benchmarks for protecting/securing patient data can lead to serious penalties—both… Continue reading

Document Scanning, Software »

[8 Oct 2011 | 10 Comments | 4,580 views]

Using a Document Scanning Software has become an undeniable part of managing modern day workplaces. This is essentially because nearly every business has understood the need to move on to the platform of digitalized documentation. This means that all paper documents should be scanned to ensure that they can be saved and used in a user-friendly, digitalized format. The conversion of paper-based documents into the digital format is done via… Continue reading

EMR Software, Medical Records »

[18 Sep 2011 | 6 Comments | 4,475 views]

The working group members of the Health Information Technology Policy Committee have sent across a recommendation in the form of a 12-draft, seeking an extra one year for introducing Stage 2 meaningful use deadline criteria changes. Please note that federal healthcare incentives are already being distributed as a part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act 2009, i.e. among those who have been able to establish ‘meaningful use’ of electronic… Continue reading

EMR Software »

[3 Jul 2011 | 10 Comments | 9,029 views]

Ever wished to gain access to your medical records even when you are miles away from your doctor? With everything going paperless and mobile, accessibility and availability of information is always a must. People who are on the go need to have medical information they require available in an instant. But acquiring medical records can take hours and even days when you schedule an appointment with your physician. Furthermore, remembering… Continue reading