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Phoenix Ortho provides the industry’s only orthopedic specific electronic health record solution which is adaptive, learns physician preferences, manages workflow and does not require templates. Our orthopedic focus eliminates 100% of the irrelevant content required by all multispecialty vendors. By deploying orthopedic specific solutions and leveraging the most progressive technologies available, Phoenix Ortho can make orthopedic physicians more efficient while improving the quality of patient care.

 


 

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  • Imperfectly Seizing the Unknown

    Imperfectly Seizing the Unknown: Embracing Innovation in the Medical Profession

    Kevin Kelly, former editor of Wired magazine, wrote an article several years ago where he discussed the radical transformation of the global economy based on the digital revolution of the 90s.  In the article entitled, “New Rules for the New Economy”, he postulated several “rules” to help individuals and companies thrive, not merely survive, under these new conditions. 

    Without doubt the entire article is fascinating, yet one quote sticks out over all the others. Mr. Kelly proposed, “Wealth in this new regime flows directly from innovation, not optimization; that is, wealth is not gained from perfecting the known, but by imperfectly seizing the unknown.”  Profound, right?

    Much like the digital environment that Mr. Kelly was writing about, there has been an equally radical shift in the business environment of private practicing physicians as well – one every bit as jarring and transformational.  It stands to reason that parallels can be drawn between the two events.

  • Wild West of Orthopaedic EHRs

    Cutting 'Em Off at the Pass

    As a Texan I was raised watching "Spaghetti Westerns" on Saturday afternoons with my father. Often during the climactic chase scene the good guys (note the white hats) would be on horseback in pursuit of the bad guys (note the black hats) who were getting away. On cue, the leading man would shout, "We'll cut 'em off at the pass!" In short order the good guys would take a short cut (unknown to the bad guys), get in position (at the pass, no less), and thwart the bad guys, saving the day.

    Perhaps you're wondering what this has to do with orthopedics? In a business version of life imitating art this formulaic plot sequence can be used as an excellent tool for averting major conflicts and knee-jerk reactions from clinical staff members – especially when implementing an EHR. We will first outline the actors, crimes, and getaway route before teaching you how to cut 'em off at the pass, allowing you to avoid catastrophe and save the day.

  • PV-PQRS USERS: SET UP YOUR EIDM ACCOUNT
    Subject - CMS Update July 15, 2015 - PV-PQRS Users: Set up Your EIDM Account
     
    Phoenix Ortho Customers:

    Our Meaningful Use/PQRS Specialist has been training several of you that have been waiting for this information from CMS to come out. This is a major change in the way you, our customers, will have to report your PQRS from Phoenix Ortho EHR. Please see the following update from CMS and follow their instructions.

  • IMPORTANT CMS RESOURCES FOR ICD-10 READINESS

    ABCs of ICD-10 (CMS Infographic) *New as of September 9, 2015

    ICD-10 Clinical Concepts for Orthopedics (CMS Clinical Concept Series) *New as of August 18, 2015

    An actual action plan from CMS (User interactive/Clickable)  

    “Train Your Team" including:  Common codes for your specialty, Primer for Clinical Documentation, Clinical Scenarios, Training and Education Resources. 

    Quick start guide (Our Project Managers agree this is excellent information!)

 

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