A week ago, one of our clients who retired called us out of the blue to ask if the server that they used 5-10 years ago could be booted up to extract some UHC-specific data. I won’t get into the details of what it takes to resurrect an RS/6000 (the good ol’ days!), but I …
Archive for month: May, 2010
One of my little birdies mentioned discussions on the SOAPM mailing list about new patient benchmarks – what kind of visit volume should be focused on new visits? Although, on a practice by practice basis, it’s difficult to determine what these figures should be, having the benchmarks can help. Here they are: Make sure …
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