Blog – How the SecureEMR Patient Portal can help you strengthen and maintain the relationship with your patients?
SecureEMR from Inmediata Health Group has several features that make the solution to be much more than another Electronic Medical Record on the market. From scheduling and documenting your patient visits, to assisting in your diagnoses through automated analysis of data and symptoms through the integrated function, DCS or Clinical Decision Support, SecureEMR goes beyond […]
Here’s what your industry peers are experiencing. Inmediata recently conducted a survey to primary care practices and independent billers in Puerto Rico to understand the impact the pandemic has had on their business. The information has given us the opportunity to understand the impact and struggle of our customers. The COVID-19 pandemic’s disruption of the […]
Our last Telemedicine dashboard update included detail showing that overall encounters decreased while telehealth visits climbed to unprecedented levels for telehealth. The report came out on 08/18/2020. Our dashboard of over 9,000 providers now shows a steady increase in patient visits, but volumes are still 25% below pre-pandemic numbers. We’ll need to continue to monitor […]
Here’s why outsourcing your Revenue Cycle Management might be the right move. Operating a medical practice becomes more complex with every passing year due to extensive regulations, coding updates, changes to payer rules, performance and quality measures to track that can significantly affect reimbursement. Partnering with a company to manage the billing streamlines the physician’s […]
Here’s what your industry peers are doing. Inmediata recently conducted a survey of 437 primary care practices in Puerto Rico to understand the change in behavior of providers opening their medical practice to in-office patient visits. In the response from the survey over 64% of the respondents were physicians. On, April 19, 2020 CMS and […]
As technology continues to evolve, a growing number of healthcare organizations like yours are deciding to go paperless. There are several important reasons why the healthcare industry is increasingly turning to digital record keeping.
As the United States and Puerto Rico begins a phased reopening and non-essential procedures resume, it’s crucial that your medical practice knows the steps needed to reopen with guidance of experts.
While the coronavirus (COVID-19) is a significant challenge for the entire healthcare system, physician medical practices face a unique set of issues themselves. They must balance between the acute needs of their patients, while also managing their staff through a major crisis.
U.S. public health officials are preparing for a possible outbreak of pneumonia-like respiratory disease caused by novel Coronavirus 2019, which originated in China in December and infected more than 80,000 people…