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Why an EHR is better than an EMR – Electronic Health Records Explained

Commonly used interchangeably, “electronic medical records” and “electronic health records” have several critical differences. While technically only separated by a single word, that one word holds major implications for clinicians and patients.Read More...
By : Medical Billing PHR | Jan 12, 2018

A Pause in the Healthcare Battle – The End of Trumpcare?

I am not sure I can believe this outcome, we have come to the end of Trumpcare?  Consider the fact that the AHCA was introduced to the House on Monday, March 20,Read More...
By : Medical Billing PHR | Mar 27, 2017

Obamacare vs. World’s Greatest Healthcare Plan of 2017

OK, so I said I would take a deeper dive into the new bill just introduced in the House to replace the ACA.  The bill to replace Obamacare is HR1275.  It isRead More...
By : Medical Billing PHR | Mar 8, 2017

House Republicans Release Obamacare Replacement Draft

  There are actually two bills that encompass the total plan. Obamacare Replacement Draft in a Nutshell Here’s what’s kept : Coverage can’t be denied coverage for preexisting conditions. Young adults keepRead More...
By : Medical Billing PHR | Mar 7, 2017

Obamacare – Understanding Nobody Knew – Trump does Framing

This is as promised the continuation of ongoing posts describing the transition from Obamacare to Trumpcare.  It is an attempt to get a heads up on the direction the Federal Government willRead More...
By : Medical Billing PHR | Feb 28, 2017

Obamacare Signups – Creating Data Dog Fight Between Wonks

So we have dueling data, Speaker Ryan releases a presentation on how bad the Obamacare signups are and the need to have it replaced. Here are the leading points: “Obamacare has failed.Read More...
By : Medical Billing PHR | Feb 20, 2017

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