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Michelle Mangino

Michelle Mangino

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Michelle Mangino

Top 5 Zaniest ICD-10 Codes, Cartoon Style (Part 2)

by Michelle Mangino, Social Media Manager

Here are some new animated video shorts, since our  were such a hit. Check them out!

September 30, 2015|Categories: ICD-10

Michelle Mangino

Surviving Quality: Making Sense of PQRS and Meaningful Use [INFOGRAPHIC]

by Michelle Mangino, Social Media Manager

2015 has been a year of notable change in the way providers are getting paid under Medicare.  With the expansion of value-based reimbursement (VBR) and the overall shift away from incentive payments, many providers now face significant financial penalties for non-compliance. Practices that do not meet Meaningful Use and Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS) requirements could lose as much as 9% of their 2017 Medicare reimbursement.

September 04, 2015|Categories: Healthcare Policy and Reform, Meaningful Use

Michelle Mangino

Top 5 Zaniest ICD-10 Codes, Cartoon Style

by Michelle Mangino, Social Media Manager

We’re really getting down to the wire, folks. The transition is just over a month away(!). In fact, we have a blog post lined up for you next week that will share some last minute preparation tips. But in the meantime, we wanted to squeeze in one last zany ICD-10 codes post.

August 25, 2015|Categories: ICD-10

Michelle Mangino

Top ICD-10 Codes for Gardeners

by Michelle Mangino, Social Media Manager

With the transition less than five months away(!), we’ve been ramping up our efforts on the blog to educate, inform and prepare you all for October 1 – everything from assessing the to giving a at what we’re doing at athenahealth to help our clients succeed. But I think we’re overdue for something far more light-hearted at ICD-10’s expense. Am I right?

May 11, 2015|Categories: ICD-10

Michelle Mangino

Top ICD-10 Codes For Leprechauns

by Michelle Mangino, Social Media Manager

Some of you may recall our series on zany ICD-10 codes, which we 2013. The goal for the monthly blog posts was to have some fun with the new diagnostic code set as we got closer to the deadline.  Well, we got all the way through 2014 and then the government delayed the transition, putting our series on hiatus. But with the new transition date now less than seven months away, and , it’s time to start back up again. 

March 05, 2015|Categories: ICD-10

Michelle Mangino

EHR Data Shows 1 in 10 Visits to the Pediatrician Result in the Diagnosis of a Mental Health Condition

by Michelle Mangino, Social Media Manager

Over the past year, the athenaResearch team has published three data-focused reports on the evolving state of mental health among children in the U.S.

August 11, 2014|Categories: Analytics and Research

Michelle Mangino

FQHCs: Improving Quality in Efficient and Measurable Ways

by Michelle Mangino, Social Media Manager

“He who has health has hope and he who has hope has everything.” – Dr. Martin Luther King


June 18, 2014|Categories: Care Coordination, Models of Care

Michelle Mangino

UC14: Engaged Physicians, Engaged Patients

by Michelle Mangino, Social Media Manager

This week, athenahealth welcomed physicians, practice managers, health care leaders, staff, and our own athenahealth experts from around the country to the Hynes Convention Center in Boston for our annual User Conference (UC14). Now, I know that a conference wrap-up blog post isn’t the most original concept – especially for a company dedicated to a high degree of thought leadership, but bear with me. I’ve got an approach aimed to keep you all engaged – it’s going to be all about the shout-outs, so keep an eye out for your name.

May 02, 2014|Categories: Meaningful Use, Patient Engagement, User Conference

Michelle Mangino

Top Five ICD-10 Codes for an Endless Winter

by Michelle Mangino, Social Media Manager

It’s the end of February. For those of you around the country who’ve suffered long enough this winter, you’d think we could get some indication, even just one glimmer of hope, that there may be an end in sight to this polar vortex of chilly madness. I don’t know about those of you in more temperate latitudes, but here at our Watertown, Massachusetts headquarters, I haven’t been able to feel my fingers and toes since December.

February 28, 2014|Categories: ICD-10

Michelle Mangino

Top Five ICD-10 Codes You Can Ignore. If You’re a Snowman.

by Michelle Mangino, Social Media Manager

It's 2014. This means that we can no longer say to ourselves, “the ICD-10 deadline isn’t until next year” because, well, we’re now in “next year!” Now that we’re counting down to the deadline, and before I jump into our fourth installment of the Top Five ICD-10 Codes blog...

January 21, 2014|Categories: ICD-10

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