Telemedicine EHR Software
Fully Integrated Telehealth Software & EHR Solutions, Treat your patients anytime, anywhere
What is Telemedicine?
Telemedicine is the remote treatment of patients by medical professionals through telecommunication tools such as smartphones and computers.
Predicted to be worth more than $40 billion by the end of 2021, telemedicine’s convenient and efficient nature makes it a profitable and worthwhile venture for healthcare professionals to create patient engagement and provide value-based care.
Telemedicine Software Features and Benefits for Physicians:
Telemedicine EHR software makes it easier for patients to access healthcare and improves patient-provider communication while reducing administrative costs for the provider. Patients can quickly schedule remote consultations for urgent or diagnostic needs.
Patients in underserved or rural areas can receive expert diagnosis and treatment from specialty medical centers. It also delivers remote in-home monitoring for senior wellness and preventative care. It even supports “real-time” treatment by first responders using wireless devices.
Read our case study below on how PrognoCIS has helped United Concierge Medicine revolutionize doctor-to-patient interaction since 2015.
Custom Telemedicine Mobile Apps
PrognoCIS HIPAA compliant telemedicine EHR software is designed to extend the functions and connectivity of your practice’s EHR software using integrated virtual care mobile applications. Text, email, and video work together to make patient engagement only a click away, providing the most convenient working conditions to see more patients at lower costs.
Quickly access patient charts, monitor patients remotely, and grow your practice beyond your physical location.
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Making the case for Medical Providers to Continue Practicing Virtually
The COVID-19 World Pandemic will come to pass in the future. However, the continued need to assess patients remotely will remain. When this pandemic resolves as a contagious virus, the psychological impact will remain. For some patients, they will get over the presumptive apprehension of gatherings both large and small as our “Social Distancing” boundaries will begin shrinking. People will again gather in groups. These groups could attend sporting events, musical performances, social gatherings, and trade shows or business conferences. However, to identify a few, what about the people who will be apprehensive of joining or attending such events.
Going forwards, some of these patients may not want to sit idle in a clinic waiting room or hospital lobby. The lingering effect of taught and enforced social distancing will last. Some folks will jump right back in. However, a portion of the population may take months, years, or even a lifetime to recover psychologically from this pandemic and its awareness.
The pivot to virtual visits has been made. Embrace the Telemedicine technology and keep it as a service offering to the many patients that will require distancing for their own comfort levels.
Telemedicine will never remove the need for personal physical attention and medical care/treatment. The opposite effect of social distancing will also come to play. The people that are feeling lonely and isolated due to Quarantine and mandatory separation from other people. There will become a need for a balance between personal and virtual visits.
Another Pandemic is in the future, and history dictates this fact. We do not know when origin or severity but staying prepared is prudent for certain. Every year we face a Flu and Cold Season all over the globe. Patients will look to virtual visits (Telehealth) during their time of illness in the future.
Telemedicine software is still finding its way into the medical services industry. Like all technology, the ease of use and access will become more seamless.
3 Steps to Add Telemedicine Software to Your Practice
View the complete recording of the Webinar with Keith Algozzine, CEO of United Concierge Medicine. You can jump to some of the key points listed below.
- Workflow Diagram (5:38)
- Customized Telemedicine Mobile App (7:00)
- Patient Consult Request (9:38)
- Provider Mobile App View (11:25)
- Telemedicine Website Access (19:20)
- Advantages of Integrating with PrognoCIS EHR (22:34)
Learn More About Telemedicine:
Telemedicine software and Cybersecurity: Keeping Health Data Safe
Advantages and Disadvantages of Telemedicine
Integrating telemedicine software with EHR
The Changing Landscape of Telemedicine Billing, Payment, and Reimbursements
How Are Physicians Reimbursed for Telemedicine
Mobile Telemedicine Apps Widen Healthcare Reach and Reduce Costs
Telehealth Software - Connect with Patients Remotely
PrognoCIS HIPAA compliant telemedicine software and mobile app enable providers to remotely access patient records, document hospital rounds, and prescribe medication.
Solutions scale from single physician clinics (solo & private practice) to large, multi-site, and specialty medical facilities.
Medical practices can communicate seamlessly with radiology departments, labs, pharmacies, and other referring doctors.
Other Telehealth Software and App Features Include:
- Multiple data entry methods: point-and-click, voice, and handwriting recognition
- Scheduling management and health reminders
- Zoom interface
- Telemedicine Appointment
- Hybrid, single and multi-location database
- E-prescription and lab automation
- Compatibility with iPhone and iPad (Dragon Voice Recognition integrated into PrognoCIS Telemedicine mobile app)
- HIPAA Compliant
- CCHIT Certified
- HL-7 interfacing