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Category Archives: EMR / EHR

Project Management for Insurance & HealthCare

Posted on March 18, 2016 | Categories: Account Manager, Agency Systems, ALIP, Analytics, Change Management, Claims, Clinical Services, Consulting, Development Project Manager, Document Management, EMR / EHR, ePrescription, eRx, Health Insurance, HealthCare, HealthCare IT, Insurance IT, IT Services, Medicare, MLTC, Mobile Health, PACE, Payers, PBMs | Posted by: admin

Project Management for Insurance & HealthCare

 

  • Casualty Insurance
  • Health System
  • Hospital Care
  • Life & Annuity Insurance
  • Property Insurance
  • Physicians Group
  • Inpatient
  • Out-Patient
  • Emergency Room

 

PMI approved Project Management – Scope, Time and Cost

 

  • Change Request Management – identifies and develops strategy for changes in scope, schedule, and cost.
  • Communications Management – creates and manages communications with stakeholders providing relevant details for informing and decision making in status reporting.
  • Cost Management – develops, monitors, and assesses project budgets through the entire project life cycle providing full transparency to stakeholders.
  • Documentation Management – Creates appropriate project documentation. Effectively negotiates tradeoffs between scope, schedule, and budget
  • Communication Management – Excellent communication, interpersonal, Presentation and written skills.
  • Implementation and Transition Management – creates transition plan, identifies lessons learned, and applies the lessons learned to future projects.
  • Integration Management – identifies and manages project interdependencies.
  • Quality Management – identifies relevant quality standards and defines governance, communication, and quality processes across SDLC – Dev, QA and Prod stages
  • Resource Management – identifies appropriate staff, defines roles and responsibilities, develop project organization chart and governance structure.
  • Risk & Issue Management – identifies and creates mitigation plans for risks and issues. Utilizes available tools for identifying and tracking issues.
  • Schedule Management – creates, manages, and understands impacts to project scope, constraints, and schedule via MS Project Plan and CA – Clarity
  • Organizational Management – Ability to work well on cross functional project teams including IT and business subject matter experts

Call us for Project Management & Program Management

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ePrescrition for Health Practices

Posted on October 19, 2015 | Categories: EMR / EHR, ePrescription | Posted by: admin

ePrescrition for Health Practices

 

We have deep expertise into Health Workflows and our EMR & ePrescription IT Solutions could cover the workflows for Inpatients or Outpatients for:

 

  • Cardiology
  • Gen Surgery
  • GI
  • Hem/Onc
  • Internal Medicine
  • Minimally Invasive Surgery
  • Nephrology
  • OB/GYN
  • Pediatrics Podiatry
  • Plastic Surgery
  • Psychiatry
  • Pulmonary/Critical Care
  • Vascular Surgery

 

Reach out to Manish Jaiswal @ 6466443049 for Program Management.

 

 

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Electronic Prescribing of Controlled Substances (EPCS)

Posted on September 17, 2015 | Categories: EMR / EHR, ePrescription, eRx, HealthCare IT, Pharmacy Systems, Program Manager, Project Manager, Single Sign-On | Posted by: admin

Electronic Prescribing of Controlled Substances (EPCS)

 

  • An electronic prescription is a prescription issued with an electronic signature and transmitted by electronic means
  • BNE does not endorse a specific electronic prescribing software application for practitioners to use
  • Identity proofing – the process by which a credential service provider or certification authority validates sufficient information to uniquely identify a person.
  • In accordance with regulations of the NYS Commissioner of Health and the Commissioner of Education and consistent with federal requirements – A prescription generated on an electronic system that is printed out on Official New York State Prescription (ONYSRx) paper and manually signed or an ONYSRx transmitted via facsimile is not an electronic prescription
  • Pharmacies accepting electronic prescriptions for controlled substances must submit their controlled substance dispensed data to BNE using the American Society for Automation in Pharmacy (ASAP) version 4.2
  • Pharmacies may complete EPCS registration form DOH-5120
  • Prescribers can register their certified software application online through the Health Commerce System
  • Prior to prescribing or dispensing electronic prescriptions for controlled substances, the rescriber/pharmacy must register the certified computer software application with the Department of Health, Bureau of Narcotic Enforcement (BNE) at least every two years
  • Provider’s registration process with State is separate and apart from the computer software application certification process
  • Two-factor authentication credentials – the security credentials that allow the Provider to sign an electronic prescription. The DEA is allowing the use of two of the following – something you know (a knowledge factor – password), something you have (a hard or soft token stored separately from the computer being accessed), and something you are (biometric information)

 

We have deep hands-on experience with eRx and EPCS processes. We could help your Health System or Pharmacy Team with ePrescribing capabilities. We could bring to bear Allscripts Software Applications viz. AEHR, SCM, EDIS or Drfirst Software Application – Rcopia as part of our ePrescription Professional Services or end-to-end Project Management.

 

Reach out to our HealthCare IT Subject Matter Expert and Program Director – Manish Jaiswal @ 6466443049 or manish@techcusp.com for help around EMR, EHR, Tokens, BNE Registration, COAs, 2 Factor Authentication, Project Management, Identity Management, Single-Sign-On (SSO)  etc.

More on eRx and EPCS

Posted on September 14, 2015 | Categories: DrFirst, EMR / EHR, ePrescription, eRx | Posted by: admin

More on eRx and EPCS

 

• Since August 27, 2013, prescribers in the state of New York are required by law to consult the Internet System for Tracking Overprescribing-Prescription Monitoring Program (I-STOP/PMP) Registry when writing prescriptions for schedule II, III, and IV controlled substances. Legislators there have also made it mandatory to use EPCS by March 27, 2016.

• Paper-based prescription systems are susceptible to fraud. Approximately one in 10 prescribers will have their DEA number forged and will need to go through the process of getting a new one at some point in their career

• In addition to security concerns, paper-based systems pose challenges for gathering metrics for Meaningful Use (MU) e-prescribing requirements

• Since the DEA first issued its guidelines, uptake of EPCS has varied by state. In 2015, there were 2.1 million EPCS, with New York accounting for 54%

• If done correctly, EPCS offers substantial benefit to health systems, physicians, and patients besides help Health systems with an opportunity to improve patient satisfaction, lower fraud risk, enforce state and federal regulations, and better meet meaningful use e-prescribing requirements

• For physicians, EPCS offers the potential to eliminate dual workflows, reduce errors and fraud, limit exposure of their DEA number, and improve patient satisfaction.

• For patients, EPCS has the potential to improve overall satisfaction, increase medication adherence, reduce trips to the physician’s office, and reduce wait times at the pharmacy

 

We could help Health System with 2016 ePrescribing mandate as we have deep experience with Allscripts and DrFirst EMR and ePrescribe Application.

 

Talk to us at 6466443049

 

 

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Electronic Health Records (EHR) – By Techcusp.com

Posted on June 26, 2015 | Categories: EMR / EHR, Health Cusp, Health Exchange, HealthCare IT, IT Services | Posted by: admin

Electronic Health Records (EHR) – By Techcusp.com

 

Electronic Health Records (EHR) refers to the systematized collection of electronically-stored health information, in a digital format, about an individual patient or a population. The records are theoretically capable of being shared across different health care settings.

 

EHRs are built to go beyond standard clinical data collected in a provider’s office and are inclusive of a broader view of a patient’s care. It contain information from all the clinicians involved in a patient’s care and all authorized clinicians involved in a patient’s care can access the information to provide care to that patient.

 

Now the question arises, what can EHR Services Deliver?

  • Improved Patient Care
  • Increased Patient Participation
  • Improved Care Coordination
  • Improved Diagnostics for Patients
  • Easier Access to clinical data
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective clinical workflows
  • Fewer medical errors, improved patient safety and stronger support for clinical decision making
  • Securely sharing electronic information with patients and other clinicians
  • Reducing costs through decreased paperwork, improved safety, reduced duplication of testing and improved health

 

Techcusp believes that the entire eco-system of Payers, Providers, PBMs etc. have been impacted owing to compliance and new business rules. Whether the context is Health Exchanges, Electronic Health Records, Interoperability, Wellness, Billing, Claims, Meaningful use (MU), Informatics, Analytics, Big Data or Mobile Health, the Health IT is challenging status quo to make Healthcare more affordable, reachable and compatible.

 

TechCusp.com has deep HealthCare domain knowledge for EHR in both Payer & Provider space to manage your growing business & operational needs. Our software engineers and consultants are on stand-by to help you deliver your IT vision & projects. Reach out to us for our seasoned & domain rich IT Consultants; Developers & Software Engineers for short term and long term projects.

 

To know more about our offerings feel free to reach out to us at contact@techcusp.com or

 

Contact

Debanuj Sengupta

Manger Sales – IT Consulting & Technology Services

debanuj@Techcusp.com

Phone: +1 646.644.3049 / 201.258.4704 / 201.589.5962

www.TechCusp.com

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