by adgrooms on May 8, 2019

Time is money. With the implementation of EHRs, a doctor's workflow has changed drastically since the time of paper records. Doctors are expected to maintain the same volume of patients while navigating and logging more information than ever in a cumbersome EHR system. Can we quantify the wasting of time among the healthcare front lines?

Before anything happens in the EHR, you have to log ...

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by adgrooms on May 3, 2019

In my last post, I talked about a bill I received from a lab in error. The mistake was resolved, but not without some effort on my part. According to an article in Huffpo one researcher found that 30-40 percent of bills have mistakes and another researcher found the occurrence to ...

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by adgrooms on May 2, 2019

I am fortunate to work for a company that provides healthcare insurance, and thus my annual checkup doesn’t cost me anything. But in a recent trip to my physician for an annual check up, I had a little snafu with billing.

Everything went as normal, and after getting checked out by my physician, I went down the hall to get blood drawn to get sent to the lab. The tech filled up a couple of ...

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by adgrooms on May 1, 2019

Residency program guides can be a very helpful tool for doctors in training. Most programs have a guide that has been developed over a long period of time with a lot of information being added through experience and necessity. If you are starting a new program, you might not have a good idea of where to even start putting one together. What do the residents need?

Most start off with an ...

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