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HIEs Valuable During Times of Natural Disasters
Blog: In the News ... | Posted By: GUEST | Released: November 8, 2018, 8:44 am
Health care demands rise dramatically when threatened with a natural disaster such as a hurricane or tornado, or wild fires. Significantly impacted are patient access to care, access to health data, and clinician workflows. Determining the best course of medical action requires secure access to pati
The Medical Society of New Jersey Welcomes Holy Name Medical Partners
Blog: In the News ... | Posted By: Lauren Schiavo | Released: October 4, 2018, 11:33 am
Lawrenceville, NJ – The Medical Society of New Jersey (MSNJ), the country’s oldest professional society established in 1766, is pleased to welcome Holy Name Medical Partners (HNMP) to its membership ranks.
This alignment offers HNMP physicians the access to professional membership in MSNJ and provi
Reopenings and Redeterminations: Save time with Novitasphere – B
Blog: In the News ... | Posted By: GUEST | Released: September 27, 2018, 8:36 am
Novitas, the Medicare Administrative Contractor (MAC) for Jurisdiction L, highly encourages providers to perform claim corrections and submit redeterminations on their claims through Novitasphere, our free internet portal. These features are fast, and easy to use – saving providers valuable time.
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Tips to Secure Health Care Communications
Blog: In the News ... | Posted By: GUEST | Released: September 20, 2018, 7:23 am
A 2017 health care consumer survey by Accenture found more than 1 in 4 individuals have had their personal medical information stolen in a health care data breach. Even worse, half of those data-breach victims were then victimized again by some type of medical identify theft, costing an average of $
Health Care Needs To Catch-Up; It’s Time To #killthefax
Blog: In the News ... | Posted By: GUEST | Released: September 20, 2018, 7:21 am
In medical facilities throughout the country, physicians, nurses, and staff are placing medical records in a tray, dialing a number, pressing send to fax private health information across town, across the state, or around the world. According to one private firm’s estimate, 75 percent of all health