Quality healthcare is generally high on everyone's priority list, but patients may need to engage with multiple clinicians, including a primary care provider and several specialists. If providers don't proactively share information and coordinate treatments, individuals may not receive the proper care they need - leading to diminished outcomes or poor patient experiences. However, your practice can implement proven solutions that support a collaborative care approach.
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While front desk staff and office managers work to ensure that operations run smoothly, the team of therapists, clinicians or doctors at any practice is meant to help optimize the delivery of care as well as gain more clinical efficiencies. In order to do this, providers should implement software solutions that empower seamless collaboration, enable high level automation in addition to enhance engagement, reporting, billing and more. That's why understanding typical processes, identifying bottlenecks and clarifying key features to seek in operational support solutions is critical for any practice looking to implement or upgrade its technology. Click here to learn more about how to effectively switch software.
Located in Bakersfield, California, Mohawk Medical Group is a small but mighty medical practice that specializes in family medicine as well as sports medicine. At Mohawk Medical Group the practitioners are dedicated to providing a thorough, researched approach to delivery of patient care.
Located in Sammamish, WA, G2 Sports and Physical Therapy is a highly-esteemed outpatient physical therapy practice. At G2 Sports, their mission is to provide patients with the highest standard of excellence, professionalism and compassionate care. This standard is met through their skilled, dedicated approach to combine research with fully-individualized, comprehensive rehabilitation programs for each and every patient.
With new methods of treatment, updated technologies and cutting-edge research moving the field forward, healthcare is constantly evolving. This means every aspect of patient care has to keep up, including the software you use day in and day out. While taking on a new platform can be a daunting process since it impacts every aspect of your business, you can significantly mitigate the disruption to your patients and staff by planning ahead. That is why we have broken down "the switch" into these five painless steps.
Established in 1997, as one of the earliest mental health billing services in the United States, Billshrinkers, Inc. has worked diligently to streamline billing processes and amplify revenue for healthcare practices nationwide. With over 20 years of experience and expertise - Billshrinkers’ primary goal is to alleviate stress for mental health providers by giving them the financial management and support they need.
Located in Houston, Texas, Solaris Pediatric Therapy is a therapeutic facility for children that offers both occupational and physical therapy with a unique, holistic approach. Solaris is built up of talented and adept therapists who seek to bring each and every child tools they need to help them find comfort in everyday life.
Our President of Strategic Growth and Marketing, Terrence Sims recently met with MarketScale, a company that is dedicated to publishing leading content for B2B growth across a variety of industries. In a 20 minute interview they discuss whether or not specialty healthcare practices would be able to operate efficiently post COVID.
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Read the full article here, https://coruzant.com/health-tech/how-to-optimize-your-healthcare-practice-with-advanced-technology-solutions/ or listen to the podcast, https://coruzant.com/profiles/terrence-sims/.
With this past week marking the 19th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, it is important to not only remember those who passed and their families who are forever affected by this tragedy but to also recognize the first responders, fire fighters, police officers, military personnel as well as medical professionals that all served during this state of national emergency. As we commemorate their sacrifice and honor their commitment to public safety, the recent challenges of COVID-19 have presented the healthcare industry with similar issues of struggling to deliver patient care under pressures of fear, panic and confusion. While the pandemic has caused various obstacles for both patients and providers, there are some benefits that have come from the CoronaVirus such as increased collaboration among multispecialty care teams, prioritization of patient engagement in addition to technological advancements that have offered business continuity plans and goals to reshape the future of healthcare innovation.