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Tech Tip: Learn and Teach Anatomy with Essential Anatomy 5

Advances in technology have made learning anatomy a much more dynamic experience. No longer bound by textbooks and 2D images, individuals can now learn anatomy using their Apple device.


Tech Tip: Send Secure Texts with DocHalo

Doctors waste a lot of time playing phone tag with other healthcare providers. Sometimes it would be more efficient to send a text, but without secure messaging, patient health information could be compromised.


Tech Tip: Acrendo A.I. med 9 May Be What the Doctor Ordered

It can be hard for a smaller practice to find an electronic healthcare system that fits its organization. Acrendo offers solutions designed with smaller practices in mind.


Tech Tip: PrognoCIS Improves Office Functionality

Healthcare providers looking to improve the functionality of their front office may want to consider some of the many options provided by Bizmatic's PrognoCIS.


CDC Releases Tickborne Diseases App

In the warm weather, more patients will be venturing into woodland areas across the U.S. as well as abroad. This increased exposure to areas where ticks thrive raises the risk for contracting tickborne illness.


Tech Tip: Eliminate Frustrating Calls with Insurers Over Claims

Failing to verify a patient’s insurance eligibility could result in a claim being rejected and that can result in both a headache for your staff and lost money for your practice or facility.


Tech Tip: An App That Helps Weed Through Countless Medical Apps

Many patients and doctors see the value in using a mobile health application or device as part of a healthy lifestyle. But there are more than 100,000 mobile health apps and devices on the market today. So, how do you weed out the good from the bad?


Tech Tip: Passport eCare May Help Boost Patient Engagement, Revenue Cycle

Passport eCare, now part of Experian, offers healthcare providers several options to increase their patient engagement and revenue cycle.


New Healthcare Tablet Deployable in Any Clinical Environment

Many clinicians and healthcare provider networks rely on some type of tablet to improve patient care through technology efficiency. But there are few, if any mass-market devices that offer clinicians accurate, reliable and secure access to information in real-time using a device they can take with them from one hospital room to the next, back to their office and even into the ER.


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