In the ninth episode of eCW Podcast Season 2, host, Adam Siladi, discusses the ins and outs of Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) with Michael and Martin Harland from My Doctor PA, located in Belle Glade, Florida. The brothers explain to Adam what their favorite and the most useful aspects of RCM are and how it has improved the organization.
In the final episode of our Community Health Centers (CHC) Florida series, Adam Siladi sits down with Lynn Blankenship, Information Services Analyst, to discuss the healow messenger campaigns. She explains how CHC has been wildly successful by rolling out yearly visit reminders engaging their patients effortlessly. With 32 other available campaigns, Lynn expressed her interesting in utilizing many more to gain further insight into their patient population. Watch to learn more on how healow messenger campaigns can improve your practice.
In the third episode of our Community Health Centers (CHC) Florida series, host Adam Siladi discusses workflow analytics with the informatics team, which includes Kim Barkman, Director of Information Services, Yadira Solano, Manager of Informatics, and Lauri Rose, Informatics Specialist. In order to innovate and improve healthcare delivery, eClinicalWorks was chosen in 2009 with the goal of demonstrating significant sustainable improvement in patient outcomes. Over the past six years, working directly with eClinicalWorks has allowed CHC to design and significantly improve workflows by also greatly refining performance outcomes. Listen now to find out how.
Adam Siladi spoke with Chimira Edwards, Director of Revenue Integrity and Compliance at Community Health Centers (CHC) in the second installment of the Community Health Centers (CHC) series. The two discuss the Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) model – Chimira is responsible for PCMH initiatives and pre-visit planning. In addition, Chimira clarifies how an appointment can be more productive when PCMH services are easier to complete by using eClinicalWorks during the transformation process.
The first of four episodes illustrating improved outcomes with Electronic Health Records. Adam Siladi, our host for our 7th episode in the eCW Podcast season 2, sits down with Margaret Brennan, CEO of Community Health Centers, for the first of four shows in a series analyzing the HIMSS Davies honored organization. In this episode the two discuss the complexities health center’s face daily. Listen now to learn more. The remaining episodes in the series will be released over the next month.
The fourth and final episode in the eCW Podcast series at Grove Medical concludes by examining the results after three months. By using healow and the tracking devices patients had substantial progress, losing a significant amount of weight and even helping save a patient life after he suffered a heart attack. When giving patients the tools to help them monitor their health, when you make it part of an ongoing conversation with their care providers and when you just make it easier for them, it can make a difference. It’s the future of healthcare, and it’s what a doctor should do.
The third episode in the eCW Podcast series at Grove Medical focuses on the different aspects of technology that made the home health monitoring project possible. Our partners, iHealth and Withings provided tracking devices for each patient which allows them to participate in the program. Speaking with industry experts, physicians and the patients, the episode focuses on these three elements: the devices that measure health metrics, the app that let’s patients see all their data and how physicians review the information.
The eCW Podcast series continues at Grove Medical as we are introduced to another batch of patients. We learn the personal struggle some had trying to lose a few pounds, wanting to get off of blood pressure medication or a desire to manage and prevent Diabetes. In this episode we learn how technology can help manage the most pressing chronic care diseases through healow home health monitoring. Patients will outline their concerns dealing with these concerns and realize their own goals and expectations.
This is an eCW Podcast series, in which we spoke with patients, doctors, nurses and the front office staff at Grove Medical Associates in Auburn, Massachusetts and chronicled their progress. This is the story of healthcare providers who care about their patients and wanted to go beyond the standard office visit dynamic to maintain care even after they walked out the door. Grove Medical wanted to share the findings to motivate other practices to conduct a similar outreach. Patients were open to sharing their stories so others could be inspired to improve their own health. Our goal with this project is to help the patients improve their overall health and well-being, while possibly saving lives.
In the 6th episode of the second season of eCW Podcast, we discuss eClinicalWorks Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) with Dr. Lalita Matta and Andreia Medeiros from Marlborough Internal Medicine. The practice is one of the first eClinicalWorks customers and has stayed loyal ever since. They were excited to adopt and implement RCM to reap the many benefits the program provides. Thus far the program has helped make the billing process easier and more streamlined. Watch now to learn how the workflow in your practice can drastically improve by utilizing RCM.
We spoke with Dr. Vinaya Gavini, from Gavini Pediatric & ADHD Clinics, about his success with integrating healow into his practice. Dr. Gavini’s patients have found booking appointments through healow is more convenient and easier as they can complete on their own time, rather than waiting for office hours. Moving forward, Dr. Gavini is very excited to watch healow develop and integrate new features from the technology into his practice.
In the fourth episode of the 2nd season of eCW Podcast, our host, Adam Siladi, discusses patient engagement using healow with Shari Crooker of Gwinnett Center Medical Associates. healow significantly improves Gwinnett Center Medical Associates; from the messenger to scheduling appointments, the program itself creates a more efficient practice with fully engaged patients.
How can you get paid more while seeing fewer patients? Watch the third episode of the eCW Podcast Season 2 to find out how. We sat down with Dr. Pavan Anand, from Naples Internal Medicine, to discuss how the eClinicalWorks Chronic Care Management (CCM) has helped keep patients from making numerous hospital visits, along with creating and meeting health goals for each patient.
eClinicalWorks customers were interviewed about how the technology has helped to revolutionize their practices. This episode highlights the many different features that eClinicalWorks announced in 2014. With such features, organizations have seen significant improvements, which proved to be an exciting and rewarding year for eClinicalWorks as we expanded upon the definition of healthcare, providing tools to improve access to quality affordable care.
Shared savings, pay-for-performance and value based buying have led to the advancement of accountable care organizations (ACO). Hundreds of ACOs from across the country have set to improve the delivery of healthcare, while reducing costs and leveraging evidence based care to collaborate with care teams and patients. At the forefront of the accountable care movement, within a pediatric environment is Children’s Health Network, where we visited for our final season one episode. Chad Johnson, CEO, Dave Overman, President and COO, and Kelly Lemieux, Pediatrician from Children’s Health Network discussed the benefits of CCMR and its ability to enhance care. Chad Johnson has since transitioned to the role of Sr. Vice President of Phoenix Children’s Care Network.
How will your organization securely bridge pockets of patient information available through ambulatory electronic health records (EHRs), hospital information systems (HIS), and payer systems to generate an accurate picture of patient engagement across the continuum of care? In the 14th episode of the eCW Podcast we discuss with Dr. Biggs, from Amarillo Legacy Medical ACO, how eClinicalWorks provides the tools to improve outcomes. Accountable care organizations (ACOs) and physicians use these insights to assess risk and develop accurate care models, resulting in the improvement of clinical outcomes and the reduction of healthcare costs. Dr. Biggs outlines how eClinicalWorks CCMR is a one-of-a-kind population health management tool that offers intelligent closed-loop analytics for multi-dimensional insights into patient behavior and community health dynamics.
In the 13th episode of the eCW Podcast, our host, Greg Cusato, sits down with Robert G. Graw Jr. MD, CEO of Righttime Medical Care, and Sam Tripoli, training manager at Righttime Medical Care, to discuss how implementing eClinicaTouch has helped to improve their practice. Sam gives Greg insight on how their staff only uses the eClinicalWorks EHR on their iPads, and how it was extremely easy for them to learn how to utilize it to the best of their ability.
How can you do less, and still get more out of your interactions with patients? A common complaint in our industry is that healthcare providers are constantly being pressured to do more with less. Increasing regulations and ever more numerous technology offerings can often seem overwhelming to large and small organizations, alike. Our 12th eCW Podcast episode, live from the eClinicalWorks National Users Conference, we discussed with Dr. Mark McNeill, from Trillium Family Medicine, how the Patient Portal has increased productivity and greatly improved care. With 80% of patients active on the portal, the practice has 70% of all appointments scheduled by patients on the portal using the real-time scheduling function. Also prior to each visit patients are required to complete a web-visit questionnaire, to get equipment ready ahead of time, or set aside more time for expectedly difficult visit.
Have you ever wanted to learn how to better engage your patients? In our live podcast from the eClinicalWorks National Users Conference, our host, Adam Siladi, sits down with Dr. Abney from Cambridge Pediatrics and Dr. Nance, CEO and Founder of WellessenceMD to discuss the opportunities eClinicalWorks has delivered to keep their patients engaged.