EHR and practice management for mental / behavioral health

Will Your Employees Get You Hacked?

by Donna Koger, 3.8.18 Apparently, according to cybersecurity experts, there are 5 things your employees are doing that will get you hacked. And you are not alone in being remiss to be sure your staff is fully trained on cyber hacking and the dangers involved from the small business end. Out of 2,000...

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PHI Security Statistics at a Glance

  PHI security is a big deal, and if you’re still not protecting your PHI as well as needed, take a look at this data: PHI Security Statistics: In 2017, healthcare was the 2nd biggest contributing industry to overall breaches with 334 breaches. In 2019, healthcare providers continued to be the...

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Do You Know Where Your PHI Data is Hiding?

by Donna Koger, 2.11.18 Hidden PHI Data = Hacker Candy. If you’re not sure where your PHI data is hiding, check out these locations that may surprise you and could compromise your data security: USB Drives Users often forget about PHI data they have incorrectly placed on a vulnerable thumb or...

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That Baby’s 10 Years Old!?

By Leigh-Ann Renz, 1.29.18 My husband and I still giggle about the teller at the bank who would talk to almost every person in her line. She was a sweet older woman who knew everyone in our community; and bank members would stand in line just to chat with her, instead of using a different teller and...

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Mental Health EHR Software > Do Your Research! (Part 1)

Behavioral Health is Unique – Mental Health EHR Software Should Be Too All EHRs are not created equal – and this is especially true of mental health EHR software. Unfortunately, behavioral health seems to be the red-headed stepchild of the EHR software world. With the advent of Meaningful Use, a lot...

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PIMSY mental health electronic practice management system is on the NC HIE list!!

PIMSY is on the NC HIE list!

by Leigh-Ann Renz, 11.28.17 What is the HIE list? And what does that mean? It’s true: PIMSY mental health EHR is on the North Carolina HIE approved list. HIE (Health Information Exchange) is a state-wide shared repository of health data that’s being used in many states nationwide. State governments...

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PIMSY Has the NC PCP!!

by Leigh-Ann Renz, 11.28.17 North Carolina Person-Centered Plan (PCP) Several states require mental + behavioral health care providers to maintain a treatment plan for clients that is person-centered. It’s called a Person-Centered Plan, or PCP, and North Carolina’s is very extensive. Without an approved...

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Locally Grown!

by Marisa Thompson + Leigh-Ann Renz, 11.15.17 Mental Health EHR Grown Right Here in NC It’s hard to believe, but PIMSY’s been serving clients for a decade!! We just celebrated our 10 year anniversary, and couldn’t be more proud of our team, product and services. While we now serve...

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New Location, Same Home Base!

by Leigh-Ann Renz, 10.12.17 We’ve had some big changes this past summer, one being that we moved our office to a new location! A huge endeavor, to be sure, but so well worth it! We’re now located in an old historic B+B. We’re still in downtown Waynesville, in the heart of the North...

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What’s New?

by Leigh-Ann Renz, 10.7.17 Sorry, we disappeared for a while there! After the American Psychological Association conference in August, we were very busy for the rest of the summer: we moved into a new office; transferred our website to a new server; transitioned PIMSY itself to a new server….and...

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Kudos from Clients

Seth H.

“PIMSY more than pays for itself by streamlining my office, improving efficiency and reducing billing times. I would recommend PIMSY to anyone looking for a good EMR company that will help you implement its program and help you with any questions you have along the way.”

~ Seth H., Business Owner

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