July 2020 Updates to the InSync EHR Software
Each month we not only optimize our EHR/EMR software but we update and enhance it as well. This...
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With the Covid-19 crisis in full swing, telehealth use has skyrocketed. In 2020 alone, the U.S. telehealth market is projected to reach $10 billion, marking an 80% year-over-year growth due to the recent COVID-19 pandemic.
First-timers who made the list this year range from the giant insurance firm, MetLife, with 1,850 employees in the Tampa Bay area, to InSync Healthcare Solutions, with 74. Others include the Pasco County Tax Collector’s Office, Ruth Eckerd Hall and Chadwell Supply, a maintenance supply firm.
In the evolving landscape of value-based care (VBC), providers are finding that they need more from their EHRs than ever before. The unexpected surges in need for care, like that of COVID-19, make it more critical than ever to have access to robust functionality—functionality that can navigate clinical care plans, transmit data to pharmacies and care partners, and ensure patients are meeting their healthcare goals and trending in the right direction.
As of January 1st, 2020, healthcare providers are now required to submit Medicare claim transactions with Medical Beneficiary Identifiers (MBIs). CMS’ goal with the unique patient identifier, which replaces the old Medicare card and use of a social security number (SSN): to improve patient safety and security through the correct identification of individuals at the point of care.
See how InSync's workflow allowed BBK to create a new and more refined process, along with offering increased mobility to providers.
With RCM and EHR integration providers and staff saved hours of time. Culminating with Capstone's A/R over 120 days dropping from 20% to 11.7%!
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