Can you access patient data from outside systems within your existing EHR workflow? Now you can. Read how a truly national record locator service improves patient care coordination and positively impacts care quality.
To address rising healthcare costs, clinicians have experienced countless shifting demands and requirements over the past decade. While there’s no single solution to address all of the issues that contribute to rising costs, improving care coordination across the healthcare continuum has the potential to dramatically improve patient care, reduce duplicative tests and procedures, and positively impact care quality – saving an estimated $148 billion to $226 billion annually.
The Practice Profitability Index (PPI) provides an annual window into the issues affecting the financial and operational health of physician practices across the US. Reflecting input from more than 5,000 physicians, this third edition reveals how physicians expect practice profitability to trend in the year ahead, the top challenges they’re facing, and the key steps they're taking to shore up operations and boost financial results.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 130 million Americans suffer from a chronic illness - Now, Medicare patients with two or more chronic conditions have new care options that are billable under the new CPT code
In a 2014 JAMA survey, physicians reported an EHR-associated loss of 48 minutes of free time per clinic day. Similarly, an IDC Report published in 2013 found that the top reason for physician dissatisfaction with EHR software was lost productivity.