May 23rd, 2013
In less than a year—April 8, 2014 to be exact—Windows XP will no longer have Microsoft support, and in 2015, Microsoft Server 2003 follows suit. Hackers and other cyber criminals know this and will use it to their advantage. Because security updates will cease and Microsoft will no longer bail you out to fix issues, ...
In CMS
Jul 30th, 2010
Beginning with the April 2010 update, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) now posts the National Correct Coding Initiative (NCCI) Edit files in Microsoft Excel 2007 and in text formats. Because Excel 2007 can support a larger number of rows, each code range is contained in one file as opposed to multiple files. This should ...
Nov 16th, 2009
Seattle-based Microsoft solved the problem of expensive emergency department (ED) claims by its employees and their families with a new model: engage a team of physicians to make house calls. The visiting physicians save the company 35 percent against an ED visit and have become a popular benefit, according to an article in the Nov. 16 issue of ...
Apr 30th, 2009
The Mayo Clinic recently joined the growing number of providers, facilities, payers, and internet providers keeping and managing personal medical records on the internet. Advocates for Web-based personal health records (PHR) say the technology is more cost-effective and reduces medical errors. Mayo Joins Growing Online PHR Movement was last modified: July 5th, 2011 by admin ...