Best e-MDs Tips and Tricks
The Best e-MDs Tips and Tricks
Over the course of the past year, we’ve created a ton of content for e-MDs users. We like saving practices time and money by providing tips and tricks to get the most out of the e-MDs software. This week we look at the top 5 viewed blog tips and tricks over the last year.
#5 More Revenue From Proper Insurance Information
People enjoyed the step by step formula for getting this critical piece of billing entered correctly. We suggest that you spend a substantial amount of time training the front desk person on this aspect of their job responsibilities. It is absolutely crucial.
#4 Diagnosis Code Order Matters
Readers were often enlightened on this part of the coding side of the practice.
#3 Use Copy in Schedule to Create Quick Repeat Appointments
This topic was a hit. Providers and their clinical teams loved this for entering common terms such as “Labs are normal. Set follow up appointment.” Imagine getting that written in 2 key strokes instead of 44. Billing staffs use this for entering invoice notes as well.
#2 Core Values More Important Than…
We struck a chord with the providers with this post. In a world of hiring and building teams, core value alignment is essential to stability and success in an organization.
#1 DocMan Memo Feature
Practical! That’s what people were thrilled about with this topic. People liked the fact that you had quick access to comments that travelled with the document and weren’t lost in TaskMan.
It’s our pleasure to provide these e-MDs tips and tricks to you. As always, let us know if we can be of assistance to your practice by filling out the contact form below.
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