Medical encounters have dramatically changed over the past six decades. In 1960 there was virtually zero focus on documented care – at the most, doctors kept paper notes and shared patient information with specialists on an as-needed-basis. The Electronic Health Records (EHR) created portable, comprehensive patient records that track every detail of daily life, plus collect data across all medical conditions, prescriptions, mental health management, socioeconomic status and so much more. While all these data points provide opportunities to improve patient outcomes and self-directed care, many doctors feel pressured to do more with less.
Thousands of Americans needlessly suffer in isolation with mental health challenges. Telemedicine promises life-changing solutions for veterans with PTSD, elderly patients battling depression, and those with cognitive disabilities living alone. Virtual medical encounters aren't the same as they were a couple of decades ago. Today, psychiatrists and other doctors utilize innovative technologies to bring relief and healing via private therapy sessions using smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices.
TELE-UROLOGY IMPROVES ACCESS AND QUALITY OF CARE FOR PATIENTS
Innovative and Cost-Efficient Technology is Changing How Urologists Care for People Remotely
San Diego, CA, May 6, 2016 – New data highlighting the effectiveness of telemedicine, as well as, innovative screening methods for male infertility using smartphone technology, will be presented during the 111th Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Urological Association (AUA) on Friday, May 6 at 8:30 a.m. The press session will be moderated by Eugene Rhee, MD, MBA, AUA spokesperson and chief of urologic surgery at Kaiser Permanente, San Diego. He is also the recipient of the 2013 AUA Gallagher Health Policy Scholarship.
Telemedicine and the innovative use of technology are considered two of the fastest-growing components within the health care delivery system. Both provide novel and opportune access to hospitals, clinics and health care providers for those who otherwise would have limited to no access.
PatientClick Inc. has recently announced the release of its new Telemedicine Solution that has transformed the way patients connect and engage with healthcare providers.
The Medicare Access & CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) reforms Medicare payments and changes how Medicare pays those who give care to Medicare beneficiaries. These changes create a Quality Payment Program (QPP), which has two paths:
MIPS and APMs will go into effect over a timeline from 2015 through 2021 and beyond. Most practices will fall under MIPS, especially small practices (15 or fewer clinicians). Under MIPS, Eligible Professionals (EPs) will be measured on:
PatientClick Inc. has recently announced the release of its new iPhone app that has revolutionized the way patients connect and engage with healthcare providers. More details on the app are available at www.patientclick.com
Health IT headlines tend to focus on the adoption of EHR systems, but telemedicine — the delivery of remote clinical services using technology — is also making significant advancements that can benefit physician practices.
Quality patient care, effective communications, and efficient documentation: these are the hallmarks of healthcare moving into the 21st Century. As web-based technology consistently strives to offer better efficiency in the ‘cloud’ of competitors, PatientClick continues to offer its users a reliable and proficient EHR product. Among these tools of paperless transition are customizable features that allow healthcare providers to easily document their most discreet data.
The healthcare industry has begun to use emerging wireless technology to help make patient care an uninterrupted and round-the-clock process. This ever-increasing advancement of technology will cause a quantum leap in patient healthcare by giving critical information access to physicians on a real-time basis.
Empowering patients to take an active role in their own healthcare is an important key to improving our Healthcare System. Blue Button enables patients to do just that in a simple and secure setting ...
Adoption of electronic health records (EHRs) by physicians and healthcare providers has been relatively slow despite the perceived benefits of better office efficiency, improved patient care, lower costs and potential financial rewards.
A variety of studies point to the fact that today’s young physicians fully intend to practice medicine with the aid of computers — and will accept nothing less
PatientClick EHR selected for Arizona REC Vendor Alliance Program
Service takes medical record-keeping to the new heights by giving patients interactive access.
Recently launched PatientClick EHR, a leading provider of web-based electronic solutions for medical practitioners transitioning from paper to electronic medical records - has been Dragon Certified. With the pressure on medical providers to make the switch cost-effectively and with as little disruption as possible, PatientClick uniquely bridges the gap. In providing a service that stands out from the pack, PatientClick allows physicians to leverage voice recognition technology to effectively use EHR in their daily routine.
Internet-Based Turnkey Service Eliminates Paperwork, Increases Efficiency, Streamlines and Improves Services to Patients
PatientClick EHR SaaS application selected by MHCC eliminates the stress of the selection process for Clinical Staff, and the costly integration process. Providers from State of Maryland will get special discounted price and additional services at much lower price as part of this program.