March 2017 - Curas Inc

Windows Server Compliance

Microsoft has stopped supporting Windows Server 2003 on July 14th, 2015. While the end of support for the Windows Operating System does not affect the functionality of the EMR, it does constitute a HIPAA risk. eClinicalWorks wants to make sure that your servers and data are not at risk and therefore they have stopped renewing licenses automatically on the obsolete…

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MIPS

As you know, 2017 brought about many changes related to MU, PQRS and VBM. Many of you have finished Meaningful Use and are probably taking a breather. We just wanted to remind everyone to keep an eye on the CMS announcements and to make your plan for this year. Remember that you can choose your participation level for 2017. Test:…

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Patient Engagement

In a recent article on Med City News, eClinicalWorks’ Sidd Shah, who is leading the healow™ program, noted the importance of providers being involved in the patient engagement process. This can lead to better health outcomes and cost savings. Shah explains that the apps and technology are just the starting point for patient engagement, and outlines the two primary areas…

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March 2017 Newsletter

Welcome to Spring! The old saying goes that Spring is a season of rebirth, building and new developments – and that’s exactly what’s happening here at Curas. Not only are we preparing new service offerings around important things like MIPS, we’re also proud to announce the birth of our new sister company, RCM360. RCM360 is your answer for all of…

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