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The Provation blog informs physicians, nurses and healthcare administrators of procedure documentation software happenings and addresses clinical challenges in a series of posts.

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Cloud-Based Software: Best Practices for ASC Implementation

Cloud-based software is revolutionizing clinical documentation. Discover best practices for implementing a new SaaS solution at your ASC.
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Cloud-Based Software: Best Practices for ASC Implementation

Cloud-based software is revolutionizing clinical documentation. Discover best practices for implementing a new SaaS solution at your ASC.

CMS 2020 Final Rules for Quality Reporting

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) released changes in quality reporting for 2020. See MIPS, ASCQR and HOQRP removals and additions.

Adenoma Detection Rate (ADR) Removed from MIPS

Many gastroenterology (GI) physicians report to MIPS for quality reporting. Read why CMS (Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services) dropped the measure.

Ways to Ensure Clinical Documentation Improvement (CDI) Success

Hospitals and ASCs across the nation are implementing clinical documentation improvement programs. Discover six key steps to achieving a successful CDI program.

Why Nursing Documentation Software Should Be Intuitive, Comprehensive and Precise

Comprehensive nursing documentation software should lie at the top of the priority list for all hospitals and ASCs.

Attributing Correct ICD-10 and CPT® Codes

Precise medical billing and coding is vital because the success of healthcare businesses relies on the accuracy of procedure codes.

Maximizing GI Procedure Success with the GIQuIC Registry

Facilities that report to the GIQuIC registry can monitor and report on GI procedure quality benchmarks, as well as measure successful outcomes against competitors.

Calculating an Adenoma Detection Rate (ADR) Properly

Automated calculation and reporting exist to track and improve ADRs across facilities, and to keep physicians engaged with the success of their procedures.