Posted by Amanda DiSilvestro on August 17, 2011 in Business Insurance, Business News, Medical Information [ 2 Comments ]
Any business owner would agree that employees are essential to (and in some ways completely responsible for) the success or failure of a business. In other words, treating your employees well is the sign of a company that knows the value of their employees’ work, and this appreciation can go a long way.
If you want to treat your employees’ right, take it from me, … Read More
Posted by Dave Thomas on July 29, 2011 in Business News, Business Technology, Medical Information, Phone Systems, Public Relations [ 0 Comments ]
One thing most businesses hate is being watered down with more rules and regulations. For cell phone retailers in San Francisco, they recently got a call from city officials.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors didn’t wait long to voice its opinion on the controversy regarding cell phone safety, recently becoming the first city to pass a new ordinance (10-1 vote in favor of) requiring … Read More
Posted by Dave Thomas on June 1, 2011 in Business News, Medical Information, Phone Systems [ 1 Comment ]
While we have heard these warnings before, the World Health Organization (WHO) reaffirmed those concerns this week regarding the potential health threat of cell phones.
According to the WHO, radiation emitted from cell phones can potentially lead to cancer. As such, the organization now lumps cell phone usage into the same “carcinogenic hazard” category as the likes of engine exhaust and lead to name a … Read More
Posted by Matt Krautstrunk on March 23, 2011 in Medical Information [ 1 Comment ]
Since HIPAA in 1996, medical billing software has blossomed in to a huge industry. For medical practices that are only receiving 70-80% of the reimbursements available to them, medical billing solutions make sense. Briefly, medical billing software saves your insurance company or medical practice time and money by transferring HIPAA compliant patient coded claims to insurance companies. On average, 25% to 30% of medical … Read More