QuicDoc® and Office Therapy® September 2014 Newsletter
Did you know there are HIPAA waste receptacles, shredders, chart holders, and other compliant supplies? All healthcare providers are required by law to keep their staff trained and their medical office equipped with the necessary tools to stay HIPAA compliant.
You don't have to be a HIPAA expert, but you do need to be knowledgeable in order to protect the privacy of your clients. Join us on Friday, September 12th for a FREE webinar on HIPAA and what it means to be in compliance (click below to register). While comprehensive training is necessary to ensure complete HIPAA compliance, there should be a combination of education, training and HIPAA compliant products and procedures in place such as:
Learn more by attending our HIPAA webinar on Friday, September 12th!
QuicDoc Enterprise in the Cloud
Access your data from anywhere, anytime as long as you have an internet connection, thanks to QuicDoc Enterprise EHR in the Cloud!
Want to save some cash? Refer a colleague we will give you a $75 credit towards maintenance or the cost of your cloud subscription? And the more colleagues you refer, the more savings you earn!
Call us at 800-850-8510 for more information.
DSM-5, ICD-9, and ICD-10 Webinar
Is the DSM-5 a multi-axial system?
Does the DSM-5 have its own set of unique codes separate from ICD-10?
If you answered YES to either one of the above questions, you may want to take a listen to the recorded webinar that was hosted last month! We polled our audience and found that the majority of providers answered incorrectly.
The introduction of DSM-5 has been a major event and for some, a painful change, after decades of reliance on and familiarity with DSM-IV (DSM-IV-TR) codes.
The recorded webinar covers these significant changes, the relationship between the DSM and ICD, and their effect on your workflow as they have been integrated in our Practice Management and EMR Software.
Click here to access the recording.
DrFirst Has over 31,000 Pharmacies!
More than 31,000 pharmacies in 49 states and D.C. now accept e-prescriptions for controlled substances, including a growing list of independent and large national chains such as CVS, Walgreens, and Rite-Aid. This number equates to nearly 45% of total retail pharmacies in the United States. Ten states boast more than 50% of retail pharmacies enabled.
Click here for an interactive EPCS map which provides information on e-prescribing and PDMP (Prescription Drug Monitoring Program) in your state.
In case you missed it, DocuTrac has moved to a new LEED certified building!
Please make a note of our new address:
Our phone numbers remain the same.
No matter what people tell you, words and ideas can change the world.
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