The signing of the Cures Act in December marked a great day for moving closer to solving healthcare’s interoperability problem. This legislation garnered something all too rare these days – bi-partisan support from both the House and Senate. The Cures Act is a bill that will benefit the healthcare of all Americans and provide better access to patient data. We are particularly excited about the healthcare interoperability mandate regarding the exchange of patient health information. More
A patient’s satisfaction is no longer based solely on his or her experience during an appointment; it includes all interactions prior to, during, and after an encounter. Patient self-scheduling is the latest solution that patients are looking for, and it can help boast revenue for your practice as well! The longitudinal experience your practice creates for a patient is a direct indicator of the likelihood a patient will become a long-term member of your practice, prioritize the payment of their bills to you, and refer additional patients to your practice.
We’re excited to announce that we added our 13 millionth activated portal patient this week! We’ve come a long way since that first patient, and are proud of how far health IT has come during that time.
Not that long ago, insurance companies shouldered the vast majority of the financial burden for patient’s healthcare—creating a transaction-based payment system. However, with patients now covering more of their healthcare costs out of pocket, there has been a shift from transaction to experience.
Are you truly getting the most out of your portal? Could there be features and functionality you may not realize you aren’t using?
As a Client Relationship Manager (CRM) here at Medfusion, I work directly with our customers to ensure they are maximizing their utilization with their Medfusion products. Oftentimes, practices inquire about features and functionality that would be useful to them, but they don’t realize they actually already have what it is they are looking for.