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Save Admin Time and Increase Engagement with Custom Appointment Reminders

Save Admin Time and Increase Engagement with Custom Appointment Reminders

Greetings! In order to providers informed about PrognoCIS EHR software, here are the new the latest product enhancements. They improve your practice’s capabilities for patient engagement and outreach, setting appointments, recordkeeping and data collection. Customize Appointment Reminders by Encounter Type Now you can send appointment reminders to patients as custom text messages. These reminders can …continue reading

Do You Know Your MACRA Participation Status?

Do You Know Your MACRA Participation Status?

Summer is almost gone, and we’re getting closer to the Oct. 2nd deadline to collect quality reporting data under the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA). The level to which you participate this year determines what your payment adjustment will be in 2018. Our number one piece of MACRA advice: avoid negative payment adjustments. …continue reading

Increased Patient Engagement and Shortened Administration Time

Increased Patient Engagement and Shortened Administration Time

We make it our goal to keep our providers informed about the latest enhancements to PrognoCIS EHR software. The latest changes improve the practice’s capabilities for patient engagement, transferring lab reports, logging prescription data for audits, and applying billing codes. Quick and Simple Patient Greeting Emails This enhancement allows further engage with your patients by …continue reading

5 Key Tools for Faster Patient Payments Webinar

PrognoCIS Director of RCM Kristen Nehk reviews various tools and reports you can use to track and improve patient payments at the time of service. View the complete video or jump to the key points below. 1. Patient Due Balances (1:27) 2. Verifying Benefits (2:58) 3. Calculating Coinsurance or Deductible (6:17) 4. Patient Responsibility (8:08) ...continue reading