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Denville, NJ (PRWEB) June 07, 2013

Medical billing is a challenge for small physiotherapy practices, or on any small medical practices for that matter. So it should come as no surprise that practitioners consider outsourcing their medical billing to off-site, hiring medical billing companies.

There are advantages as well as disadvantages to outsourcing in general, most especially in medical billing. Licensed physical therapist and marketing expert, Nitin Chhoda, shares the five key disadvantages to consider when contemplating on outsourcing the practices medical billing.

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South Burlington, Vermont (PRWEB) February 13, 2013

Dr. Alicia Cunningham today announces the opening of her concierge internal medicine practice in South Burlington, Vermont.

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Question by katie: Can I practice healthcare law and then become a judge?
I had a question about the path to becoming a judge. I am currently a senior in college and have applied to law school hoping to work in the Oklahoma/Texas area. I have already been accepted to Baylor, Tulsa, and OCU and am still waiting to hear back from OU, Houston, and SMU (sent my applications in December 6). I would like to practice healthcare law either for the government or as in-house counsel for a company and was wondering if this was a viable career path to one day sit as a judge when I am in my 40s or even late 30s if the opportunity arises? I know a more traditional career path would to become a state or federal prosecutor and then apply for a judgeship, and while this is also something I could see myself enjoying doing, I like the idea of the former career opportunity better. So I guess what I’m asking is, what is the likelihood of me practicing healthcare law and then being able to apply/be considered/nominated for a judgeship when I’m older? Should I focus on a different area of law if that is my ultimate goal? Also, assuming that I get into the other schools I have listed, (SMU might be a stretch, my LSAT was a 160 with a GPA of 3.6) do you think it would be more beneficial to attend school in my homestate of Oklahoma (OU offers cheap tuition, although I’ve been offered a full ride at OCU and 27k a year at Tulsa and I have connections in OKC) or to attend Baylor (strong trial advocacy program) or Houston (strong health law program). I have also toyed around with the idea of applying for a JD/MPH degree, what do you think would be the usefulness of the two degrees? I would appreciate any feedback! Unless you’re feedback is to avoid going to law school, my heart is set on it and no yahoo comment is going to change my mind :) I’m aware of the terrible legal market and I am up for the challenge! My parents are also prominent attorneys in the OKC area so I have the benefit of connections, which I know is not a guarantee of a job, but can’t hurt! I am not going to law school for the money, but for the true desire to help people and be fulfilled by an intellectually stimulating career! Advice please!
Just to be clear, I am referring to any type of judgeship, not just state and federal. My mother was an administrative law judge for a couple of years when I was a baby in her late 20s and that sounded very interesting and also something I would like to pursue if the other options didn’t arise.

Also, my parents are paying for law school. I will have no debt.

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Answer by cat lover
Your record on scholarly attributes in the conduct of your legal practice will be the major consideration in becoming a judge, and cultivating political links.

After all, most of the Bush Supreme Court appointees were corporate law attorneys. And that didn’t stop them from getting the appointment.

I can’t comment on your path forward, however.

Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!

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Denville, NJ (PRWEB) September 10, 2012

Since EMR is the latest physical therapy documentation system, theres a temptation to simply go with an EMR based on what the vendor says about it, said Chhoda. Dont believe everything youre told and look at several before making a decision. An EMR will be with the practice for many years and impact every part of the business, http://physicaltherapytechniques.com/physical-therapy-techniques/physical-therapy-techniques-revealed/. A physical therapy documentation system must be able to grow along with the clinic.

Chhoda, being a physical therapist himself, said that an EMR should be chosen based on its usability. An EMR created for a hospital instead of a small specialty clinic will cause nothing but problems for a physical therapy business. The selected EMR should be specifically designed for a physical therapy practice and increase the overall efficiency of the clinic, allowing tasks to be completed faster.

Chhoda added that clinicians should consider its ease of use. A clinics EMR should be easy for staff to use and the learning curve should be kept to a minimum. Although mistakes will be made while staff members learn the new system, therapists should also evaluate how easy it is for those mistakes to occur. An EMR shouldnt facilitate mistakes or make it difficult to achieve accurate documentation.

Usability also includes the satisfaction level of users, though its an element thats more difficult to quantify. Authorized users of an EMR should have the ability to create custom documents to reflect the needs of the clinic. The EMR should encompass the ability to add, correct, remove and update patient information as needed in an easy and straightforward manner. An easy interface between staff and the EMR cant be overstated. The EMRs interface should be simple, natural and consistent throughout.

Utilizing Chhodas new insights will assist therapists in selecting the right documentation software for their practice. Clinics will attain meaningful use standards quicker, with fewer mistakes and less user anxiety. Choosing an EMR based on the needs of the clinic is essential for implementing a system that successfully integrates with the office workflow.

Chhodas office can be reached by phone at 201-535-4475. For more information, visit the website at http://www.emrnews.com.

ABOUT NITIN CHHODA

Nitin Chhoda PT, DPT is a licensed physical therapist, a certified strength and conditioning specialist and an entrepreneur. He is the author of “Physical Therapy Marketing For The New Economy” and Marketing for Physical Therapy Clinics and is a prolific speaker, writer and creator of products and systems to streamline medical billing and coding, electronic medical records, health care practice management and marketing to increase referrals. He has been featured in numerous industry magazines, major radio and broadcast media, and is the founder of Referral Ignition training systems and the annual Private Practice Summit. Chhoda speaks extensively throughout the U.S., Canada and Asia. He is also the creator of the Therapy Newsletter and Clinical Contact, both web-based services to help private practices improve communication with patients, delivery better quality of care and boost patient retention.







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Cupertino, Ca (PRWEB) July 22, 2012

Connecting to Care, also known as CtoC, has selected the PrognoCIS Psychiatry EMR Solution, offered by RevenueXL to support its TeleHealth virtual clinic services. CtoC provides services including; Telepsychiatry, Assistive Technology and TeleBehavioral Health using advanced web-based Polycom technology connecting specialty providers to rural clinics in Northern California.

In a world of advancing technology and rising costs, CtoCs digital medicine solutions are ahead of the technology wave. Connecting to Care is an incorporated, non-profit organization serving healthcare consumers in rural Northern California. Their mission is to provide charitable health services through comprehensive health care planning, integrated health care delivery systems, innovative technologies, education, programs, and services to connect underserved populations to care; and promote the health and well-being of individuals regardless of their economic status.

Suzi Coleman, Director of Telehealth Services at CtoC stated; When our organization was faced with the task of transitioning to Electronic Heath Records Software we moaned and cringed at the thought of the undertaking that lay ahead of us. We began a thorough search of the software that would be the perfect fit. After a year of reviews and demonstrations we were exasperated. We spoke to several clinics and asked what EMR programs they were using and inevitably they would report their frustrations and challenges with other platforms. Thereby we were resolved to the fact that there wasnt a prefect program. To add to the frustration our organization collaborates with multiple rural health clinics and providers requiring specific data collection and scheduling needs, along with distinctive patient records specific to our variety of services. The CtoC application is definitely different than the standard Electronic Medical Records scenario, but we discovered the PrognoCIS software offered by RevenueXL more than adequately met our requirements. The excellent support that RevenueXL provided meant that our EMR software was fully customized to meet our very special needs. RevenueXL also provides us with competitive pricing since CtoC functions as a nonprofit organization. There were challenges during the implementation, but a dedicated implementer was assigned to our installation who stayed engaged throughout the process. The California based team at PrognoCIS has truly been amazing, repeatedly going over and beyond the call of duty to extend their outstanding customer service. Without a doubt Connecting to Care made the right decision choosing the PrognoCIS EMR platform.

Given CtoCs unique and innovative TeleHealth services, the new PrognoCIS EMR from RevenueXL will provide custom templates for specialty practices ensuring easy training, simply integration, optimized workflow and reduced integration and operational costs.

“RevenueXL has been focused on providing affordable solutions to small and mid-sized clinics for over 7 years. We strongly believe in the adage that one size does not fit all and hence we customize our solutions to meet the exact needs of all our customers said Alok Prasad, President of RevenueXL Inc., based in Cupertino, Bay Area.

RevenueXLs Certified EHR Software comes with a Meaningful Use package which includes eRx (ePrescription), Patient Portal, Lab Connectivity and a number of other tools including a Meaningful Use compliance Dashboard (which monitors where the clinic stands in regards to meeting the meaningful use criteria). These features are designed to help Practices maximize their Medicare/Medicaid incentive package reimbursements.

About RevenueXL Inc.:

RevenueXL is the leading provider of affordable healthcare solutions to small and mid-sized clinics. Our solutions include both software products and services that enable providers to transform their practices into efficient business undertakings. Software products include the leading ARRA-certified integrated Electronic Health Records Software, Medical billing software, Patient portal, medical website, etc. Services include medical billing, coding, account receivables management and coding audits. RevenueXL takes pride in going the extra mile to ensure customer satisfaction. The leadership team at RevenueXL is committed to setting the standards for excellence in Client Support and integrity. Visit us at http://www.revenuexl.com or call us at 408-625-7254.







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Denville, NJ (PRWEB) September 03, 2012

Today, many therapists have questions, concerns and fears about EMRs and its delayed them from implementing one of the most useful tools theyll ever have for their practice, said Chhoda. An EMR will actually enhance any practice, from the way clinic owners submit reimbursements to their interaction with patients.

EMRs allow therapists to enhance every aspect of their practice. Many clinicians are concerned about remaining HIPAA compliant, while others fear that an EMR will be an intrusive factor during doctor-patient interactions, preventing a true client-therapist connection. Others view EMR technology as potentially overwhelming. Chhoda offered the newest tips on how to use an EMR to enhance their practice.

Accelerated treatment

An EMR provides therapists with instant access to a clients complete health record, allowing treatment to begin quicker. The EMR contains all the tests, medications, surgeries, allergies and procedures related to the patient, allowing clinicians to dispense with costly and wasteful duplication of tests so therapeutic measures can begin sooner.

Teaching opportunities

Therapists can utilize their EMR through the vehicle of an iPad to teach clients about their conditions, treatments and options. Systems are compatible with multiple web browsers and can help educate clients through photos, videos and text to help them take a more active role in their treatments, outcomes and recovery. As a trusted source, therapists have the ability to provide patients with reliable information to prevent misunderstandings and misinformation.

Improved patient interaction

Physical therapy documentation software provides therapists with multiple means of communicating with clients using 21st century technology. Reminders about appointments and outstanding balances can be delivered via email, phone, and text and voice messaging. Patients can complete health histories and other pertinent documents online to reduce wait time when clients arrive for their appointment.

Increased cash flow

The latest physical therapy software allows clinicians to manage their cash flow more efficiently with electronic reimbursement submissions. Claims can be submitted individually or automated for batch submissions at the end of the day. Funds can be approved and deposited directly into accounts in days instead of weeks or months. Advanced billing and coding options drastically reduce the number of denials and requests for additional information. Check this website for additional information, http://physicaltherapybillingcompanies.com/uncategorized/physical-therapy-billing-companies/.

Physical therapy software offers the latest powerful tools to communicate, educate and accelerate office tasks and procedures. Patients enjoy an enhanced level of care with treatments that can be initiated sooner. Quicker turnarounds on reimbursements provide practice owners with the needed funds to conduct business on a daily basis, while offering the means for clinicians to plan, expand and build prosperous practices.

Chhodas office can be reached by phone at 201-535-4475. For more information, visit the website at http://www.emrnews.com.

ABOUT NITIN CHHODA

Nitin Chhoda PT, DPT is a licensed physical therapist, a certified strength and conditioning specialist and an entrepreneur. He is the author of “Physical Therapy Marketing For The New Economy” and Marketing for Physical Therapy Clinics and is a prolific speaker, writer and creator of products and systems to streamline medical billing and coding, electronic medical records, health care practice management and marketing to increase referrals. He has been featured in numerous industry magazines, major radio and broadcast media, and is the founder of Referral Ignition training systems and the annual Private Practice Summit. Chhoda speaks extensively throughout the U.S., Canada and Asia. He is also the creator of the Therapy Newsletter and Clinical Contact, both web-based services to help private practices improve communication with patients, delivery better quality of care and boost patient retention.







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The Adviser’s Guide to Healthcare: Professional Practice

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A detailed reference tool to help you understand medical specialty practices, The Adviser’s Guide to Healthcare: Professional Practices is the one-stop source for a deep understanding of current and emerging medical practice structures, specialties, and professionals.



The U.S. healthcare delivery system’s organizational structures are complex and evolving. This
up-to-date reference will guide you through both current and emerging healthcare systems.
Additionally, specific considerations for healthcare specialty practice industries are discussed
in terms of the four key metrics of reimbursement, regulation, competition, and technology. You will find full coverage of the following core topics within this book:

· Emerging models of healthcare enterprises

· Physician practice analyses

· Mid-level provider data

· Technician and paraprofessional component models

· Allied health professional practices

· Alternative medicine practitioners

· A new paradigm for organizational structures of healthcare service delivery



The Adviser’s Guide to Healthcare: Professional Practices is an essential tool to enable you to provide specialized advice to your clients or to your organization.

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