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Preparing Your Health from Old Age

As we get older, there will come a time that our bodies will not be able to do what they use to. We are limited to some movement and our stamina will also be affected, this is when we will become tired of doing the activities that we once did before. We should be aware of the food that we eat; we have to be conscious enough with our health condition and consider a proper diet for our age. Basically, there are lots of side effects that will hunt us…

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6 Things Your Medical Practice Can Learn from Our Recent Computer Upgrade

During the month of June, we upgraded our entire computer system (hardware and software) here at InHealth – the culmination of two years of planning, testing and hard work. Although everything seems to have worked out fine in the end (we successfully made it through “Go Live”; two month-end closes and a fiscal year-end close), there were definitely times when we all turned to each other and said “What were we thinking and why did we decide to do this?” As we worked our way through this process, I realized…

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A Medical Home Vision And Some Lessons Learned From The Front Line

If you read our blog with any regularity, it has probably become readily apparent that we at MEDecision are very excited about the prospects and potential of the Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH). We believe very strongly in its ability to enable better patient care at a lower cost and, over the past year, have devoted significant resources to developing technologies that will enable it to succeed. Our vision for the medical home takes into account the following considerations: 1.While some aspects of care management will remain with health plans, their…

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Working From Home and Your Health

Just because you decide to work from home doesn’t mean you don’t have to look after your health. Did you think that because you can sit in bed and do your work you can afford to get sick? Think again. Now more than ever, you have to take proper care of yourself. When you were working for a boss, you had sick leave. They paid you when you were sick. Now, if you don’t work, you don’t earn any money. If you’re lucky, you may have passive income to fall…

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The Simplest Say To Stay Away From Medical Malpractice

The majority of people are taught to have trust in our medical practitioners. That training is even now applicable given that the vast majority of medical cures depend on the trust of the patient in his medical doctor. There is a thought that is taken for granted when teaching our kids to have belief in their physicians. That supposition is that we are concentrated on our personal health and fitness and will adhere to all precautions available to verify that we are being treated by our medical practitioners adeptly and…

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Return to Work – Resistance From the Medical Community

How many of you have had difficulties with getting a physician to work with you on getting your employees back to work? Let’s take a step back and look at it from the treating physician’s perspective. What is their number one objective when they see one of your employees? It’s the health and well being of their patient. They don’t look at their patient as your employee, instead they see their patient. Companies complain constantly that it’s the doctor’s fault for their high insurance costs and describe them as “socialists…

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How To Become A Work From Home Medical Transcriptionist

Medical Transcriptionists transcribe audio recordings of doctors and other health care professionals. They listen to the audio files then type it as accurately as possible. These records are usually for the medical records of patients. Therefore, it is really important to listen with outmost care. Medical transcriptionists use headsets to listen to the files to ensure precise recording. A transcription foot pedal can be used for easier playback of the audio files. This foot pedal is attached to the transcriptionist’s computer. Instead of using the hands to stop or play…

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