The Cures Act specifies that clinical notes collected in an “electronic format” must be made available in that format. Practices may continue using paper charts, thus if you are not using electronic health records…
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All healthcare providers, including acupuncturists are affected by the 21st Century Cures Act. The act requires that all healthcare providers give patients access without charge to all their health information without delay.
The Cures Act specifies that clinical notes collected in an “electronic format” must be made available in that format. Practices may continue using paper charts, thus if you are not using electronic health records, you would not be information blocking or in violation of the Cures Act by not having records available via electronic format.
If you plan on migrating to electronic health records in the near future, you will want to know how the 21st Century Cures Act will impact your practice.
Remember, billing with incorrect acupuncture CPT and ICD codes can lead to claim rejections and delays in payments, which can have a devastating impact on generating revenue and keeping you in business.
If you are experiencing insurance claim denial, staff spending too much time trying to get claims paid, and patients asking why their claims have not been paid then American Acupuncture Council Network is your solution.
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