|CryoGraft Ascending Thoracic Aorta|
Not every aortic reconstruction requires a total aortic valve replacement. With the CryoGraft Ascending Thoracic Aorta, surgeons can repair a patient's ascending aorta with a cardiac conduit that has the same natural contour and handling characteristics of the patient's own tissue.
|Argyle trocar catheter|
The Argyle trocar catheter is a sterile, single use device that consists of a surgically sharp trocar and a clear PVC catheter. Trocar catheters are primarily used for closed chest tube thoracostomies. Catheter features numerical depth marks at 2cm increments for easy and precise positioning.
|Integrity Coronary Stent System|
Medtronic proudly introduces the Integrity BMS, a revolution in coronary stent engineering. The latest addition to the stent family offers something truly unique: a continuous sinusoidal wire design. The stent is then wrapped in a helical pattern and fused at specific locations to ensure maximum flexibility and conformability. The Integrity BMS sets the new standard in stent deliverability.
|iDrive Ultra Powered Stapling System|
The only fully powered reusable endostapler is here.
Compatible with Covidiens market-leading portfolio of Tri-Staple technology reloads, the new iDrive Ultra powered handle offers one-handed, push-button operation that eliminates manual ring force and improves maneuverability.
And that means greater precision, consistency, and control for every procedure.
|A Case for EHR: 5 Myths that Reduce Your Bottom Line|
The implementation of electronic health records (EHR) has been a hot topic in the medical community for some time. However, many physicians continue to subscribe to myths regarding EHR implementation. This whitepaper acts as a myth-busting road map that provides tips on preventing practice inefficiencies and steps on how to maximize performance and revenue.
|A Commonsense Approach to ICD-10|
Implementation of the ICD-10-CM coding classification has been an on-again, off-again proposition but the new date could be October 1, 2014, or later. The fact is, no one is certain about the date of the future ICD-10 implementation, so perhaps the smartest choice for providers is to proceed with steps to continue their ICD-10 implementation. This article, from The Journal of Medical Practice Management, will take a look at a sensible approach to implementation.
|Utilizing Mobile Charge Capture to Maximize Your Practice's Revenue|
Physicians are losing revenue every day by failing to capture the charges for all of the care that is provided whether in the office or hospital setting. Fortunately mobile healthcare technology is rapidly changing and introducing numerous new ways to increase efficiency and produce greater revenue. This new case study from The Journal of Medical Practice Management examines how Dr. John Malonis was able to incorporate a mobile charge capture solution into his practice.
|The ROI of Your EHR- 3 Keys for Success|
Achieving real ROI on technology investments can be difficult – and even more so in the case of Electronic Health Record (EHR) software. To achieve the highest possible ROI on an EHR, it is critical that practices adopt the trifecta of best practices. This white paper examines and educates you on these three best practices to consider to ensure your own practice achieves tangible return on any EHR investment.
|Preparing Your Practice for ICD-10|
The Department of Health and Human Services ruled that the ICD-10 implementation deadline would be postponed to Oct. 1, 2014. Even with this extended deadline, providers should begin preparing now. This article, from The Journal of Medical Practice, delivers advice to help providers with ICD-10, with suggestions on how different areas of your business could be impacted and considering how to establish new processes to avoid reimbursement delays.