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    • OCTOBER 2012 Inside IN THIS ISSUE 1.1 ELECTION 2012: WHAT’S AT STAKE FOR RADIOLOGY 1.2 REPORTABLE Election 2012: What’s at Stake for Radiology DOCUMENTATION IS THE FOUNDATION OF MEANINGFUL USE The upcoming U.S. elections in [WEBINAR] November will significantly affect the 2.3 practice of radiology, and radiologists WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN need to understand whats at stake, TRANSCRIPTION SERVICES according to an article published in the October issue of the Journal of the 2.4 American College of Radiology. IMAGING USE IN MEDICARE IS DOWN, While the presidential race between President Barack Obama, and WILL THE FEDS TAKE former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney has attracted the lions share HEED of attention, the congressional races under way also promise to have a major impact on how either man will be able to govern. And its vital that radiologists get involved in the process, according to author Dr. Frank Lexa from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Continue reading the full article here. Reportable Documentation is the Foundation of Meaningful Use [Recording & Slides] Medical documentation, designed to maintain provider productivity and support satisfaction, is vital to the success of your EHR implementation. In this webinar recording, Steve Palmisano, President of Emdat, Inc, F I R T Y outlines: • Differences in Stage I and II Meaningful Use (855) RING-HIS • Documentation methods (historical, current and 350 S. Northwest Highway future) Suite 200 • How to meet Meaningful Use and maintain productivity Park Ridge, IL 60068 • Documentation integration with your EHR www.healthinfoservice.com Andy Salmen, Business Development for Healthcare Information Services, LLC. closed the webinar with a question and answer session Download the recording and slides today!HEALTHCARE INFORMATION SERVICES, L.L.C www.healthinfoservice.com
    • OCTOBER 2012 What to Look for in Transcription Services Medical transcription services must be comprehensive and cost- effective. What are some things you must look for in medical transcription services? What to Look For: •Increased Business Profits While Offering Competitive Pricing •Enhanced Marketability •The Ability to Manage Business Operations with Ease Continue reading more tips on what to look for in transcription services.Imaging Use in Medicare Is Down, Will the Feds Take Heed?Medicare payments for noninvasive diagnostic imaging exams aredown 21% compared with their peak in 2006, reports a new studyin the September issue of the Journal of the American College ofRadiology. But are federal policymakers paying attention?Because of the rapid growth of imaging use before 2006,Medicare payments for imaging procedures have been underintense scrutiny, according to lead author Dr. David C. Levin, ofThomas Jefferson University, and colleagues. Techniques to reducethis growth have worked,and its time to stop the push to reducepayments for imaging. Continue reading this article now. Have Questions? We’re happy to help. Healthcare Information Services (HIS) (855) RING-HIS 350 S. Northwest Highway, Suite 200 Park Ridge, IL 60068 www.healthinfoservice.com F I R T YHEALTHCARE INFORMATION SERVICES, L.L.C www.healthinfoservice.com