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The ICD-10 transition will continue into the next year for practices. Here are some tips you’ll need to take in 2016.

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With a dearth of coders thanks to the ICD-10 transition, some practices find that training current staff is the best way to get good coders.

Health care reform, the patient-centered medical home, and the impact of environmental change on global health are just a few of the topics to be discussed at the Internal Medicine 2009 Medicine 2009 in Philadelphia this week.

Jan Oldenburg

Research has shown that patient stories can heal. In this regard, Open Notes is a movement that can improve the doctor-patient relationship.

The report contains a vast amount of information but overlooks some important issues.

Two attorneys with expertise in cybersecurity outlined steps practices should take to minimize the threat of ransomware at HIMSS17.

Jonathan Gruber

While GOP congressmen have promised to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, two policy experts say it won't be the easy.

Study shows using MR imaging for breast screening among women with average cancer risk improves early diagnosis.

One of Nebraska’s largest health plans put down the telephone and picked up mobile-enabled tech to show true gains in its care management efforts.

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Diversity in your organization isn't just the right thing to do, some experts say it can improve care plans and add practical value.

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In high risk patients, cognitive deficits such as impaired working memory and declarative memory may be an early indicator of psychosis.

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New research shows it’s not “all in your head”—it’s also in your gut.

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To understand and to feel understood is a powerful antidote to relieve human psychological suffering. Therein lies the heart of the self-medication hypothesis of addiction.

Old government regulations need to adapt to new healthcare technologies, advises a former DOJ attorney.

The Cleveland Clinic’s Adrienne Boissy described how those in healthcare can overcome misconceptions about digital engagement at this year’s HIMSS17 conference.

Andy Slavitt

Former CMS Administrator Andy Slavitt said the fact a majority of physicians hate their current technology means there’s room for improvement in health IT.

Dr. Mark Werner

At HIMSS17, a clinical leadership consultant advises physicians to not be scared of MACRA, but instead, see it as a great opportunity for transformative change.

With a goal in making electronic patient engagement efforts as informative and user-friendly as possible, health care practitioners are challenged with maintaining the security and privacy of patients.

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Can small practices make it in a value-based world? Payers and experienced practices explain how this shift is possible.

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