Develop Reports to Mine your eClinicalWorks Data

Writing reports is a daunting task for most practices, but it’s the best way to learn what’s happening in your practice. That’s because your eClinicalWorks system holds a great amount of valuable data about your patients, the practice itself, your operations and your finances. The great news is, this information can be leveraged to help you make improvements so you…

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Top Three Reasons to optimize your eClinicalWorks

It’s a scene we encounter many times with medical practices across the country. They’ve got their eClinicalWorks in place, maybe they’ve been using it for a while, and they realize they’re just scratching the surface of what the system can do. Or, they’re experiencing some pains in terms of their billing, cash flow, scheduling management, or tracking patient populations, among…

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eCW EHR Certification Advisory

You should have received an EHR Certification Advisory. This document outlines various issues with eClinicalWorks, steps they’ve taken to address the issues, and recommended user actions for each. Please contact Curas Support if you have any questions, or if you did not receive this from eClinicalWorks.

ePayment Notification

From August 7th through September 1st, eClinicalWorks will be transitioning its ePayment servers to a new environment. As part of that process, eClinicalWorks must reconfigure the ePayments URL stored in a customer’s databases. This change impacts all customers using ePayments via the EMR, eClinicalWorks Kiosk or Patient Portal. No interruption in service is expected, but you may need to allow…

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Merit Based Incentive Payment System – MIPS

It’s a big shift for your practice, and we’re working with many of your peers to help them prepare. Is your practice ready for MIPS? The program, which is now in full swing, combines programs you are already familiar with (MU, PQRS, and VBM) into one reporting and payment system. Those who participate in MIPS may be eligible for receiving…

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Curas is Bringing MIPS to a Computer Screen near You!

The Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) is now in full swing. Are you ready? The Curas team is committed to delivering the information you need to know to prepare your practice for MIPS so that you can take advantage of payment incentives and avoid payment penalties.  While the MIPS program does combine previous initiatives such as Meaningful Use, PQRS, and…

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The Top Five Things Your Medical Practice Needs to Know about MIPS

Just when you thought you had mastered CMS initiatives like Meaningful Use, the Physician Quality Reporting System, and the Value-Based Modifier program, along comes the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (otherwise known as MIPS).  While MIPS combines many facets of the various CMS programs listed above – facets which you may have mastered in your practice – there are some key…

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May 2017 Newsletter

Have you attended a Curas event or webinar in 2017? We’ve covered a lot of ground in the first few months of the year, and there’s more to come! From the upcoming St. Louis User Group meeting featuring MIPS to our informative webinars on analyzing reports and KPIs to elevate your success, we’re pleased to offer topics that will help…

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MIPS Corner, May 2017 Newsletter

eCW MIPS Dashboard The eClinicalWorks MIPS Dashboard is now available! It was released on May 1, 2017. The MIPS Dashboard requires eCW version C20.6 or higher. In addition, Curas needs to apply the MU/ACI Q1 patch. Please contact Curas Support or your account manager to sign up today. In addition, we’d like to take an opportunity to remind you of…

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PM Corner, May 2017 Newsletter

Dual ICD Code Submission Dual ICD Submission enables users to map the ICD-9 codes present in a claim to the respective ICD-10 codes of vice-versa, and then send these mapped codes in electronic and paper claim submission based on the type of ICD the insurance accepts. This feature is used in cases where the primary insurance accepts ICD-9 codes and…

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