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Renee Vandall

Net Health is the leader in software solutions for specialized outpatient care. Known for being Experts in The Art of the Right Fit®, our fully interoperable EHR solutions serve five medical specialty markets. Offering clients an end-to-end solution that includes practice management tools, clinical workflow documentation, revenue cycle management, and analytics, Net Health serves healthcare professionals in 3,000 urgent care, wound care, physical therapy, speech and language therapy, occupational therapy, occupational medicine, employee health, and workplace medicine facilities. Net Health is a Spectrum Equity portfolio company.

Reducing Patient No-Shows with ReDoc. In today’s busy healthcare industry, hospitals and other various clinical practices have been experiencing a constant, steady flow of patients that need to be seen for many different reasons.

It can prove to be a challenge for many practices to keep up with the ever-growing, contact pace of the healthcare demand. Making sure that a staff is well trained and capable of delivering their job description forward in a sufficient manner can prove to be a trying task in of itself, let alone making sure that any patients requiring medical care are able to make their scheduled appointments on time, or even at all, for that matter. That is why the Net Health’s Appointment Reminder Solution system can be a useful tool in helping a practice to operate more efficiently. – nethealth

Since the Affordable Care Act was passed in 2010, more and more people have been able to gain access to cost efficient insurance plans, which covers them for a modestly reasonable portion of their medical expenses and co-pay fees.

Reducing Patient No-Shows with ReDoc

With that, comes a growing number of patients requiring medical care, which is climbing considerably in our country. It can prove to be a challenge for many practices to keep up with the ever-growing, contact pace of the healthcare demand. Why One-Size-Fits-All EMRs Aren’t the Right Fit for Everyone. Occupational health considerations are a part of any company’s game plan.

70% of physicians are unhappy with the new EMR systems. Specialists especially have difficulties, because they have different needs and different areas of focus from specialty to specialty, and the typical EMR system costs them precious time with patients and increases their costs dramatically. This has caused many of them to seek out better options for EMR implementation. – nethealth

Hospitals, however, face unique challenges in this area.

Why One-Size-Fits-All EMRs Aren’t the Right Fit for Everyone

Their employees work in an environment which has many health hazards that are specific to hospitals, creating a need for specialized employee health software. Comprehensive employee health software should address the hospitals’ unique needs. Employee health software should be intuitive, efficient, and it should cover all areas of occupational health practice in one easy-to-use, comprehensive package. Ideal employee health management software helps in the management, documentation and reporting of occupational health measures, necessary in a hospital setting. Handling Hospital Employee Health Challenges.

Occupational health considerations are a part of any company’s game plan. Hospitals, however, face unique challenges in this area. Their employees work in an environment which has many health hazards that are specific to hospitals, creating a need for specialized employee health software. Comprehensive employee health software should address the hospitals’ unique needs. – nethealth

Do the Benefits of EMR Outweight the Costs? The market for EMRs, electronic medical records, is healthy and expected to grow over the next several years.

Do the Benefits of EMR Outweight the Costs?

According to several industry research firms, the need for EMR solutions will grow by 7-8% until the year 2019, at a value of $35 billion. The Three Keys to Improving Your Employee Health Management Programs. Occupational health, and the safety of employees in hospitals, is a matter that not only touches on employee morale, but also OSHA compliance.

Occupational health, and the safety of employees in hospitals, is a matter that not only touches on employee morale, but also OSHA compliance. Healthcare providers need to create a work environment that’s safe and conducive for their employees, volunteers, contract employees and students. – nethealth

Healthcare providers need to create a work environment that’s safe and conducive for their employees, volunteers, contract employees and students.

The Three Keys to Improving Your Employee Health Management Programs

Let’s look at three proven ways that hospitals can streamline employee health management to enhance safety, productivity and compliance in the workplace. 1. EMR & Healthcare Innovation (Infographic) Download the full infographic here.

From state-of-the-art healthcare software used in the facility to mobile apps and wearables that are helping patients lead healthier lives, the technological improvements happening every day are giving the healthcare industry a much needed upgrade. – nethealth

Technology has the ability to radically transform the world around us unlike anything else, especially when it comes to healthcare.

EMR & Healthcare Innovation (Infographic)

From state-of-the-art healthcare software used in the facility to mobile apps and wearables that are helping patients lead healthier lives, the technological improvements happening every day are giving the healthcare industry a much needed upgrade. One growing area of opportunity in the industry is electronic medical records. EMR Software is nothing new. EMR: A New Era in Medical Technology - Survey Results. Technology has long been a cornerstone of change throughout our society, and nowhere is that more obvious than within the healthcare industry.

One of the latest healthcare technologies sweeping across the country is the implementation of electronic medical records (EMRs). In its simplest definition, EMRs are designed to make healthcare better, safer and more efficient across the board for both the patient and the practitioner. – nethealth

Over the past decade, technology has made a lasting impact on the way doctors and hospitals improve their caregiving capacity to better serve patients across the globe.

EMR: A New Era in Medical Technology - Survey Results

One of the latest healthcare technologies sweeping across the country is the implementation of electronic medical records (EMRs). In its simplest definition, EMRs are designed to make healthcare better, safer and more efficient across the board for both the patient and the practitioner. As more healthcare facilities, be it private practice rehab centers or urgent care facilities, move from traditional paper charts to specialized EMR systems, many patients already see the benefits in their quality of care, treatments, and outcomes. So, just how effective are EMRs actually? Inside the Numbers The positive results are consistent across the board as well.

EMR Trends to Watch Out for in 2016. Electronic Medical Records (EMR) came about as a result of two significant pieces of legislation.

EMR Trends to Watch Out for in 2016

The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009 set forth a significant investment in the adoption of these records by healthcare providers. This was followed up two years later by an initiative launched by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) to provide financial incentives to healthcare providers to adopt an electronic record standard. This came about as requirements under the Medicare Electronic Health Record (EHR) Incentive Program, which is Title IV of ARRA. Since 2009, there have been significant changes and advancements in EMR System technology that has enabled healthcare software to meet and at times exceed the requirements of ARRA. These EMR solutions have allowed providers to gather essential data required to meet the reporting requirements mandated by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) of 2010. EMR’s Increasing Mobility The EMR Cloud. Three Ways Specialized EMR Innovation is Transforming the Healthcare Industry.

Health software in the digital era has completely introduced a sea of change into healthcare already, and it shows no signs of stopping anytime soon.

Three Ways Specialized EMR Innovation is Transforming the Healthcare Industry

With the introduction of specialized electronic medical record (EMR) technology, hospitals, outpatient clinics and healthcare organizations have better and more complete access to secure patient records without the insecurities of paper tracking. But EMR technology is about far more than convenience. In fact, it’s transforming the way we practice medicine right now, and here are three huge ways in which patient care stands to benefit. 1.

More Accessible Data is Making it Easier to Diagnose Patients The use of digital medical records has changed how healthcare providers aggregate their data. 2. Another aspect of this data collection is that it allows for greater collective profiles. 3. Six Key Feature to Look for When Choosing Your EMR System. Electronic Medical Records or EMR solutions in healthcare software provides you with a way to maintain the standard medical (and clinical) data that is gathered about a patient.

Six Key Feature to Look for When Choosing Your EMR System

Having clinic management software can help you streamline many of the functions integral to running your practice as well as improving your bottom line. But, if you are not using specialized EMR solutions for your specialty medical or clinical practice (e.g. occupational medicine; rehab therapy, that includes physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech-language pathology; wound care; urgent care), you may not be experiencing the maximum efficiency these systems provide, freeing you and your staff up to focus on providing quality health services to your patients.

Healthcare software that is used to provide you with EMR solutions can come with a variety of features. 1. Interfaces and Systems Integration (including Billing & Hospital Information Systems) 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.