MACRA Transition Year Requirements // 2017

By Nathan Stott, Practice Director If you haven’t yet settled down to read through the 2,398-page tome that is the MACRA Final Rule published by CMS on October 14, 2016, no need to worry. We read it and outlined the most important changes for you to be aware of for 2017. The proposed rule, first… Read more »

Real Consulting // A Healthier Life Thanks to Guayaki

By Josh Erdman, Senior Consultant Working with Guayaki for the last 15 years has forever changed my life. Their product and stance on environmental sustainability is admirable, but it was their lifestyle of health and wellness that opened my eyes to my own ignorance.

HOW TO // How to Tear Down the Walls

By Jeremy Koellish, COO Open workspaces are nothing new. But, for us, a busy MSP with Field Technicians running around, Account Managers making calls and a support line humming away, tearing down the walls was not an intuitive choice – especially in the age of collaboration software. By physically dividing our office into cubicles clustered… Read more »

ICD-10 + The Path to Value Based Care

By Nathan Stott, Practice Director It’s been a full year now since ICD-10 was officially implemented as the new coding structure for diagnosing patients with the intent to get practices one step further along on the road to value-based care. While practices are now becoming comfortable with selecting ICD-10 diagnoses instead of the old ICD-9… Read more »

Cloud Economy

By Russ Levanway, CEO To a lot of businesses, migrating from a server to the cloud seems like a no-brainer. It can cost less money, require less support, and use less hardware because space is essentially on loan as part of the shared economy. What’s not to like? At TekTegrity, we see the benefits of… Read more »

Real Consulting // Learn By Doing at Wighton’s

By Josh Erdman, Senior Consultant This morning at Wighton’s Lenny took on the extra role of being my HVAC mentor. I previously arranged to come by and get a ‘dirty jobs’ equivalent training on ductwork and Lenny didn’t disappoint! He showed me how HVAC companies cut those perfectly shaped circular holes for air duct, build… Read more »

Scout’s Honor

By April Cole Worley Born to Lead Jarrett is a natural born leader. He may joke that his moniker ought to be ‘Cat Herder’ but working with him reveals that he takes his leadership role very seriously. During the workweek, Jarrett is a committed Service Manager running a tight ship to ensure that TekTegrity’s clients… Read more »

HOW TO // How To Form a Client Advisory Committee that Works

By Jeremy Koellish, COO When you first start a business, it feels like your baby. You’re tired and excited and every time you look at her you swell with pride because she is beautiful and special (even if her head is a little coned and her cry sounds like a squeaky door). But a business is… Read more »

How to disarm VMware’s Snapshot Time Bomb

By Ruby Nahal, Systems Engineer A rose by any other name I, like many techs, think VMware’s “snapshot” is a pretty slick feature. I just think it should have been named something else. See, when it comes to functionality, VMware did not stick to the industry standard of what most of us regard as a… Read more »

Beware Ransomware // Be the Cat, not the Mouse

By John Lim, CTO Memories for Ransom I have a question for you: If someone held your wedding photos ransom, how much would you be willing to pay to get them back? Here’s a different question: How much would you be willing to pay to ensure you never have to make that kind of decision?