To improve engagement with patients, practices need a portal that is easy to use, responsive, and allows your patients to communicate with your practice on their terms. A solution that meets these requirements yet allows you to effectively leverage your patients.
Practices need to control, communicate and connect with their patients to improve healthcare:
Control – Provide patients with access to their healthcare data, when they want it, and how they want it
Communicate – Communication empowers patients to act and be proactive, increasing their satisfaction and ultimately their health
Connect – A tightly integrated portal with seamless data exchange makes connection possible, providing ongoing relationship support before, during, and after visits
Benefits to Your Practice
Accelerate patient intake
Encourage patients to complete their forms ahead of time
Reduce administrative costs
Improve patient engagement
Set reminders to reduce patient no-shows
Interact with patients to improve satisfaction and outcomes
Meet government regulations
Facilitate higher performance on patient engagement-related MU and MIPS requirements
Be confident that future requirements will be identified and met
How We Accomplish This
To provide what high performance practices really need, SRS offers a best-in-breed Patient Portal solution in partnership with InteliChart that provides a consumer-centric designed, mobile-friendly, innovative patient engagement tool. Key features include:
The Patient Portal collects, standardizes, aggregates and displays your patients’ clinical data into a single, concise view – providing an exceptional user experience.
The flexible API platform integrates the Patient Portal seamlessly with electronic health record (EHR), health information exchange (HIE), and accountable care organization (ACO) vendors. The result? A solution that can adapt to any specialist practice’s IT system.
The Patient Portal is ONC-certified. This enables practices to comply with government requirements under Meaningful Use and the impending MACRA regulations and thereby increase their Medicare payments.