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Does Your Medical Practice Qualify For The CARES Act?

By InSync Healthcare Solutions on Apr 24, 2020 12:49:02 PM

The CARES Act or The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act is a law meant to address the economic fallout of the 2020 coronavirus pandemic in the United States. It allocates $100 Billion in relief funds to our country’s providers to support healthcare-related expenses or lost revenue. Starting April 10th, 2020 medical practices across the country began to receive the first $30 billion in payouts from the US government, but what if you haven't received money for your practice yet?

Topics: Government Practice Management Software EHR Software
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InSync EHR is The Most Recommended Frontrunner for 2020

By InSync Healthcare Solutions on Apr 7, 2020 11:49:57 AM

A fully integrated EHR and practice management solution with the most recommendations?InSync Healthcare Solutions. In addition to being a top recommended software, InSync Healthcare Solutions is once again proud to be listed as a Frontrunner for 2020. Software Advice, the leading online service for businesses navigating the software selection process, lists the Frontrunners Report as those software providers who rank as a top product based on user reviews.

Topics: Practice Management Software EHR Software
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What is eMAR?

By InSync Healthcare Solutions on Mar 25, 2020 1:09:06 PM

eMAR, defined as the use of Electronic Medication Administration Records, offers time-saving solutions while adhering to the stringent requirements of medication administration. InSync's eMAR module is helping providers care for patients in a fraction of the time with reduced errors. 

Topics: EHR Software
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Battling the Coronavirus with Population Health Management

By Jonathan Monje on Feb 18, 2020 2:21:16 PM

Updated MArch 26, 2020

With cases exponentially increasing across the US, especially in the New York City area where active cases are over 37,000, hospitals are overburdened and are running out of supplies. Healthcare providers are depending on donations such as ventilators, surgical masks, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and COVID-19 tests because they are now dangerously short in supply. To donate to the COVID-19 crisis and lend your support we've put launched a page with links, emails and phone numbers to get information on where and how you can help. 


World Health Organization (WHO) Director, Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, stated last week that the global mortality rate for COVID-19 was at about 3.4% from reported cases. Initially, the WHO estimated 2% mortality rate in January and again in February. However, they specified that it was too early to provide any conclusive statements and the provisional estimate could change depending on the number of those infected. Currently there have been 116,309 total cases reported (47,568 active) and 4,090 total deaths from COVID-19. 

UPDATED: March 03, 2020

Today the numbers again are on the rise with 92,817 cases reported and 3,159 total deaths. As the virus continues to spread across the globe we expect these numbers to continue to rise. An important thing to keep in mind is that while this is a staggering number that shows clear growth and spread of the disease the mortality rate of the disease is nowhere near 100% and is, in reality, closer to 1-2%. Another statistic remains that isn't being reported much, if at all, and that's the number of patients that have since recovered from the virus, which currently stands at 48,201; or close to half of all patients infected. 

UPDATED: march 02, 2020

The Coronavius (COVID-19) is reported to have 89,843 confirmed cases within 71 countries and territories. The death toll currently stands at 3,069 individuals. During a subcommittee hearing last week the secretary of Homeland Security, Chad Wolf, stated that the flu mortality rate was about the same as the estimated global mortality rate of COVID-19. A recent NY Times article discusses the mortality rate between COVID-19 and the flu saying the season flu has a rate of 0.1% with COVID-19 higher than that. For example, in mainland China the rate was averaged at 2.3% during February. No approximate number has officially been released towards the mortality rate within the U.S. 

Updated: February 27, 2020

COVID-19, also known as 2019-nCoV, has spread from China to dozens of other countries—currently affecting more than 80,000 individuals. With the number of those contracting the virus quickly rising, it's important to understand what coronaviruses are, how to stay protected, and even how EHR systems are helping battle it.

Topics: EHR Software
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Are you really ready for EHR Software implementation?

By Jonathan Monje on Jan 8, 2020 8:35:06 AM

Are you fully prepared to implement your new Electronic Health Records software? Once you've evaluated business requirements and software options for your practice, and decided on the right partnership, you now face the most important step—implementation. 

Topics: EHR Software Implementation
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Capterra Awards InSync Top 20 EMR/EHR Mental Health

By Jonathan Monje on Dec 11, 2019 10:25:33 AM

InSync Healthcare Solutions has been awarded within Capterra's Top 20 EMR/EHR Mental Health Software Systems! Capterra is the leading online resource for medical software buyers. They provide information and user reviews to help millions of people looking at systems make the best software decision. 

Topics: Healthcare Software OB GYN EHR Software EHR Software Behavioral Health Software
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These Toys are Likely to Cause Harm this Holiday Season

By Jonathan Monje on Dec 5, 2019 2:26:52 PM

Every month, The American Academy of Ophthalmology recognizes an period of time involving eye health topics.

Topics: Healthcare Software EHR Software
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INFOGRAPHIC: Why EHR Vendor Support is Crucial for Ob/Gyn

By Jonathan Monje on Oct 30, 2019 10:05:39 AM

When it comes to Electronic Heath Records (EHR), healthcare organizations place a premium on quality vendor support - taking into account implementation, reliability, and overall efficiency. 

Topics: EHR Software
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How can Healthcare Benefit from Mobile EHR Software?

By Jonathan Monje on Oct 17, 2019 11:00:00 AM

Mobile devices are no longer just for patients, and with mobility growing in healthcare, it's important to understand why. That’s the reality of today’s healthcare industry as mobile technology continuously evolves with every passing day. Nearly 70 percent of clinicians use smartphones or laptops to access healthcare data.

Here are some of the biggest benefits to choosing a mobile EMR and PM software.

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