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Unitus Therapy Intelligence (UnitusTI) is an electronic therapy records management system and curriculum server that allows educators and therapists the ability to:
Create & Customize assessments and curricula
Manage Data Acquisition, Graphs and Reporting
Professionalize your practice
Automate administrative functions, program execution, data analysis and tracking
Standardize staff operations and communications
Communicate instantly with parents and providers
Secure client records and control access to client information
Access pre-defined, ready to run curriculum solutions
Disaster Recovery backups and recovery program at the ready
Global Access increases the reach of your practice to anywhere, day or night
The Internet is the new front door to your practice, Unitus therapy Intelligence makes it easy to start collecting, analyzing and sharing data with your staff and clients today. http://www.mundopato.com/unitusti/
Esther Thane, MTA, AVPT, is the Director of Special Education for Mundo Pato, Inc. and is my guest today to talk about Electronic Medical Records for Therapy Practices.
Dr. Jeffrey Singer: The ongoing debate over ObamaCare has obscured another important example of government meddling in medicine. Starting this year, physicians like myself who treat Medicare patients must adopt electronic health records, known as EHRs, which are digital versions of a patient’s paper charts. If doctors do not comply, our reimbursement rates will be cut by 1%, rising to a maximum of 5% by the end of the decade…I am an unwilling participant in this program. In my experience, EHRs harm my patients more than they help.
Dr. Singer practices general surgery in Phoenix and is an adjunct scholar at the Cato Institute.
Tags: Dr Jeffrey Singer, Obamacare, electronic health records, EHRs, digital, reimbursement, patient
Joyce and Mike speak with Dr. Joshua Seidman about the concept of "Meaningful Use" in healthcare and how it can be used along with electronic health records (EHR) to improve patient care.
Dr. Seidman is Vice President in charge of Payment and Delivery Reform at Avalere Health. He is also the Immediate Past President of the Society for Participatory Medicine.
Previouslyt, Seidman was the Director of Meaningful Use at the Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) for Health Information Technology within the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services. At ONC, Dr. Seidman guided development of resources that helped providers become meaningful users of HIT, and helped to evolve meaningful use practice and policy. During nearly two decades in health care, Seidman has focused on: quality measurement and improvement; the intersection of e-health and health services research; and structuring consumer e-health interventions to support improved health behaviors and informed decision making.
Before that, Seidman was the founding President of the Center for Information Therapy, which advanced the practice and science of delivering tailored information to consumers to help them make better health decisions and lead healthier lives. At the IxCenter, Seidman focused on stimulating innovation, diffusing best practices, and evangelizing for a patient-centered orientation to implementation of HIT applications.
See also e-patients.net and http://participatorymedicine.org
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Tonight, Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes back Electric Pop Singer Jayne Ava to the Show.
Jayne Ava’s eclectic sound can be described as soulful, electronic pop fueled by a large range of emotions. Raised by music loving parents, she has always been in awe of artists on a broad spectrum ranging from Patti LaBelle to Prince to Queen, and Cheap Trick. She also cites Gwen Stefani, Pink, The Scissor Sisters, The Spice Girls, Alanis Morissette, The Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and Gossip as immense musical influences. It was these impeccable musical talents who made her realize that music had to be her future.
Jayne Ava was given the opportunity to work with esteemed producer, Prince Saheb, on her upcoming EP, March. Saheb has been taking the music industry by storm since working with influential artists such as, Lil Kim, Jay Sean, Rick Ross, Ray J and Brandy to name a few. March is set for release later this fall.
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We are witnesses to the advent of a new age: a medical and recreational one. And unless you’ve been behind a cloud of smoke, we’ve recently witnessed more than 20 states approve marijuana use for medicinal purposes. Fadia Bascom, our awesome guest host, takes over the airwaves once again to discuss marijuana in America. Her two special guests are Larry Love and Sohum Shah.
Sohum Shah is the Chief Operating Officer of the Cannabis Commodities Exchange (CCX). CCX is the premier online wholesale transaction platform for state-licensed canna-businesses in Colorado and was launched at the 2014 High Times US Cannabis Cup in Denver. Soon after, CCX expanded operations to Washington's adult-use system.
Larry Love has been a patient and advocate for the Medical Cannabis Program (MC) in New Mexico since 2009. He also produces and hosts a weekly live MMJ Talk Show on the internet. For two years, Love managed one of Santa Fe’s first Medical Marijuana Dispensaries which specialized in front-end sales and patient cannabis consultations. In addition, Love's a LOTTO expert and has appeared on several networks including NBC, ABC, CBS, and CNN.