July 2014 News & Updates

Summer is in full swing, and so is the activity surrounding eClinicalWorks V10 upgrades! This month’s newsletter contains many updates on V10, Meaningful Use Attestation, and educational opportunities available to help you through these important processes. This month, we’re celebrating a great milestone at Curas. It’s our 10 year anniversary! We appreciate your support, which has led to many honors…

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Curas Celebrates Tenth Anniversary

A top reseller of eClinicalWorks serves medical practices in 30 states   July 29, 2014: St. Louis, MO – Today marks the tenth anniversary for Curas, Inc., a St. Louis-based health care IT firm specializing in the eClinicalWorks suite of ambulatory healthcare IT solutions. The firm, which boasts among the highest rates of successful electronic health records (HER) implementation, has…

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Tip of the Week #2

Week July 21 – 25 Attesting for MU Stage 2? Don’t forget to go to request your direct address in P2P Admin Settings after you upgrade to eClinicalWorks V10. Much like when you create an email account with Google or Yahoo, you will be able to check for the availability of addresses.

Tip of the Week #1

Week June 30 – July 4 Did you know that you can create RX favorites for others in V10? If you have the correct security permissions, when you save a favorite for yourself, you can make it available to others in the practice. This allows a practice to create a common list of favorites for all of the providers and…

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St. Anthony’s Launches Lab Interface and Physician-to-Physician Network

Systems will allow all physicians in the area to participate   In 2014, more medical practices will begin striving to implement measures to demonstrate their adherence to Meaningful Use Stage 2 requirements, which includes enhanced exchange of information and integration between various devices and systems. St. Anthony’s in South St. Louis County is leading the way, recently launching a lab…

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May 2014 News & Updates

CMS has just proposed a Meaningful Use Rule Change to extend the use of 2011 CEHRT through the end of 2014, giving practices more time to upgrade (read more about this proposal here). As everyone knows, Curas and our clients are in the midst of a busy upgrade season! Many practices have already begun the upgrade process for eClinicalWorks V10….

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April 2014 News & Updates

Following is an updated version of the Curas April newsletter, with clarifications on some meaningful use stage 2 details. We originally reported that structured data fields could be utilized for patient education, however, Meaningful Use Stage 2 does not allow the use of structured data. We apologize for the error. We have also included an update that eClinicalWorks expects Adam…

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February 2014 News & Updates

2014 is a year of great change for medical practices. From the ICD10 swtich to Meaningful Use Stage 2, every medical practice will be impacted due to required software upgrades. Curas wants to make sure our clients are ready for these big changes. We have already begun to schedule Version 10 training sessions, and have tailored our upcoming St. Louis…

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January News & Updates

As with every year, January brings about a whole host of updates. In this newsletter, we will provide all of the latest statuses on a wide-range of updates. In addition, we have started upgrading test environments to V10 and have accepted scheduling requests for V10 training. Our training schedule is starting to fill up for February, March and April. If…

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Curas, Inc. Brings eClinicalWorks Electronic Medical Records Training Home to the St. Louis Area

Curas, Inc., a St. Louis-based eClinicalWorks Gold Partner, continues its series of educational events in the St. Louis area to bring eCW knowledge and best practices home to physicians and practice managers. These programs include User Group meetings in the Curas Training Center, webinars tailored to the needs of specialty practices such as OB/GYN and Orthopedics, and Lunch & Learns…

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