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  • 1. EMR PREVIEW EMR for Meaningful Use & Reporting ONC-AT certified CB Co Ambula mplete tory E for Stag HR meanin e 1 gful use Win-Win Special! • The stimulus package subsidy for EMR adoption pays for your EMR, and then some! • Discounts for current practice management clients • Fully-integrated, robust EMR • One company, one source, one database, one number to call for support • Attractive purchase, subscription and leasing terms • IRS Section 179 tax savings! (Just increased to $500K)www.7medical.com
  • 2. The HITECH Act and Meaningful UseSweeping healthcare reform measures of the Stimulus Act created programs under the Centers for Medicare andMedicaid (CMS) that provide for incentive payments to eligible professionals who are meaningful users of certifiedEHR technology. On July 13, 2010, CMS announced its final rule on the EHR Incentive Program defining how incentivepayments will be disbursed. Physicians must choose to participate in either the Medicare (up to $44,000) or Medicaid(up to $63,750) program and cannot receive payments from both.To qualify for incentives, eligible professionals must: • Adopt EHR Technology: Beginning in 2011, adopt a qualified EHR as certified by an ONC authorized testing and certification body (ONC-ATCB). • Demonstrate meaningful use of EHR technology: Use the EHR in a meaningful manner; exchange information with another EHR system; and use the EHR system to submit clinical quality measures to the Secretary of the ONC.How does the Medicare Fee for Service (FFS) Incentive Program work?Through Medicare, each eligible physician may earn up to $44,000 over a five-year period. These cash incentives are paidout directly to EPs or to their employers. Practices with multiple physicians will be eligible to receive incentive paymentsfor each provider. CMS will disburse Medicare EHR bonus payments once a year, from 2011-2015, according to thefollowing schedule and for meeting the appropriate stages of meaningful use. Maximum Medicare Reimbursements Per YearYear of filing 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Total2011* Stage 1 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 3 $18,000 $12,000 $8,000 $4,000 $2,000 $0 $0 $44,0002012* $0 Stage 1 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 3 $18,000 $12,000 $8,000 $4,000 $2,000 $0 $44,0002013* $0 $0 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 3 $15,000 $12,000 $8,000 $4,000 $0 $39,0002014* $0 $0 $0 Stage 1 Stage 3 Stage 3 $12,000 $8,000 $4,000 $0 $24,0002015 or later $0 $0 $0 $0 Penalty Penalty Penalty 1% 2% 3%*Providers must have implemented and compiled reports on clinical quality measures prior to filing for incentive payments.For the first adoption year, physicians are eligible for up to 75% of allowable Medicare charges, subject to a maximum of$15,000. In addition, the first-year payment is increased to $18,000 if adoption occurs in 2011 or 2012. To qualify for themaximum payment of $18,000 in the first year, each provider must bill Medicare a minimum of $24,000.Incentive payments are reduced for each subsequent year within the five year period: $12,000 for year two, $8,000 for yearthree, $4,000 for year four, and $2,000 for year five. No incentive payments will be offered to physicians who first becomeeligible after 2014. The program pays out lower incentives for late adopters, so there are added bonuses for adopting early! EMR Preview | Page 2 of 9
  • 3. Features and Benefits at a Glance Fully Integrated • All clinical and financial functions appear within MDsuite menus • HL7 interfaces are not needed as PM and EMR are one database • One vendor for software support • Seamless user interface: providers, nurses, schedulers, and billers can each move easily (based on permissions) between practice management, scheduling and clinical functions Customizable Flexibility is a hallmark of MDsuite and never more so than in MDsuite.EMR! • Define encounter categories per provider • Create your own encounter categories • Create your own Quick-Text™: commonly used phrases and paragraphs, per Encounter Category • Embed “variables” into Quick-Text; may include gender pronouns (he/she, him/her, etc.), Quick- Lists (multi-selectable choices), and database variables such as patient’s name, age, and gender • Design your own screen sections with screen elements you createEncounter Categories Efficient: Face-to-face encounters with the patient are quickly documented by one or more providers/AHPs. Organized: Encounter categories, shown on the left come pre-defined. Flexible: Additional sub-categories can be user-defined. 100% Integrated: Chief Complaint comes from the scheduler, balances from the practice management, charges move to the charge queue for review and posting, tasks move to responsible operators’ organizers. EMR Preview | Page 3 of 9
  • 4. Features and Benefits at a Glance (cont.) Feature Rich Here are just some of the included features: • Vital signs: current and recent vital signs are graphed as they are entered • Operators are associated with providers streamlining task management • Tasks are automatically assigned to pre-designated operators • Graphs include vital signs, lab results, growth charts and body mass index • Order lab tests and receive results electronically • Create orders and order sets from the encounter • Electronic prescriptions with interactions; complete pharmacy list • Immunizations history and tracking • Customizable Electronic Superbills • Use Room View to track and transfer patients throughout your office • Clinical documents may be filed, reviewed, flagged and commented upon • Dictate and provide audio files for transcriptions or orders • Patient Education Sheets in full color Connected On a periodic basis, external base tables are automatically updated on your system—no operator interaction is needed! Data includes: • Vaccinations and growth charts • Allergies, medications, and SIGs • Patient education sheets • Lab tests Fast and Intuitive MDsuite.EMR adapts to your needs while providing discrete data fields for reports and correspondence. • The selection-bar allows for point-and-click selection of desired items • Quick-Text shortcuts allow paragraphs to be included using short, user-defined mnemonics • Provider-centric design allows the provider and nurse to quickly document a visit and delegate tasks to others for completion EMR Preview | Page 4 of 9
  • 5. The clinical world and the practice management worldare one click away! 1 Clinical Tab: Chart 1 Registration Tab: Demographics 2 Chart Categories 2 Demographics Folder 3 Clinical Documents & Messages 3 Administrative Documents and Messages EMR Preview | Page 5 of 9
  • 6. Vital Signs 1 Free form or commonly used text can quickly be entered. 2 Vital signs are user-definable using custom elements and sections. Your office may have totally different vital signs. Data may be entered in English or Celsius units via the keyboard or numeric key pad. 3 The past five sets of vital signs are available for review. To instantly display a graph of any vital sign, simply click on it! EMR Preview | Page 6 of 9
  • 7. Assessment and Plan 1 Each current and ongoing problem appears as a tab across the top. Simply click on any tab to perform the assessment and plan for that item. 2 Free form or commonly used text can be quickly entered for the problem. 3 A primary diagnosis and up to three additional diagnoses can be associated with any problem. Upon command, these are sent to billing. 4 One or more differential diagnoses may be entered. 5 Orders may be quickly entered for each order category. Order sets may be saved and used to quickly apply a set of orders to a specified condition. Orders are automatically routed for completion to one or more responsible operators. 6 The details for each order are specified. 7 All orders associated with the problem are accumulated in the Order Batch. EMR Preview | Page 7 of 9
  • 8. SAVE MONEY: Pitfalls of DowncodingAvoid the Pitfalls of Downcoding “A common misconception is that downcoding can help avoid audits. Unfortunately, not only is this not true, itMDsuite.EMR includes E&M-calculating functionality that also cheats the physician out of legally and ethicallyis critical to avoiding the pitfalls of under or over-coding. entitled revenue. Certainly a primary care provider charging level V visits a high percentage of the time willExams are entered according to the 1997 Documentation probably flag an audit, but never charging a level V onlyGuidelines for Evaluation and Management Services (E&M). ends up harming you. • MDsuite assists in determining the proper and most Some insurers (especially the federal government) will advantageous level of E&M, thereby helping to target providers with an unusually high level of level ensure that E&M codes are not under or overstated II-III visits on the grounds that physicians can illegally profit by having patients come back unnecessarily for • MDsuite’s Audit-View explains the rationale used for multiple short visits.” the recommended level of service Source: http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/414681_5Two Ways to BuyMDsuite.EMR will be available in both licensed (using your servers) and hosted (using our servers) models. Pricing isdependent on the number of providers and allied health professionals (AHPs): • AHPs may enter information into an encounter but cannot complete the note • Providers are the gatekeepers for information being recorded into the chart—only providers may complete a progress note or add information to the chartEach provider license allows for five concurrent operators and each AHP license allows for two concurrent users. Thenumber of users will be added to your current user count. Licensed Model On-demand (Hosted) Model Fee One time charge Monthly* Implementation Assistance in setting up your system Assistance in setting up your system Training Combination of web-based and on-site Combination of web-based and on-site Support • Annual maintenance fee • 24/7 support included in monthly fee • Unlimited telephone support • Unlimited telephone support • All new versions of the software • All upgrades, updates and maintenance of • Subscription to the 3M Edit Engine: the software Claim Scrubber • Subscription to the 3M Edit Engine: • Data file subscription updates including Claim Scrubber medications, allergies and educational • Data file subscription updates including documents medications, allergies and educational documents*An additional fee is added to your standard monthly fee for each provider and AHP using the EHR. EMR Preview | Page 8 of 9
  • 9. Winter Special! For a limited time, all existing customers can upgrade to MDsuite.EMR at significant discounts off the retail price. Discount offers end on March 31, 2011. Schedule a demo today. 800-440-7119 | info@7medical.com Buy with confidence! Our on-demand EHR service is backed by a Type II SAS 70 certified data center with HIPAA compliance.DISCLAIMER: The information contained herein is accurate as we know it at this point in time. It is offered as neitherlegal opinion, nor a guarantee of incentive payments, and the information is subject to change without notice based onregulatory and/or other factors.7 Medical Systems, LLC5500 Wayzata Boulevard, Suite 500, Minneapolis, MN 55416Tel: 952.230.9000 | Fax: 952.230.9002 | www.7medical.com© 2010 7 Medical Systems, LLC. All rights reserved. 7 Medical Systems™, the 7 Medical Systems logo, and Prescribed Computing for Care Providers™are trademarks or service marks of 7 Medical Systems, LLC. All other trade names are the properties of their respective owners. EMRP010511

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