In a year filled with challenges, eClinicalWorks® and healow® have delivered the telehealth solutions practices need to reinvent themselves and continue to serve their communities.
More than half of providers faced an increase
According to a summer 2000 survey conducted by the National Council for Behavioral Health, depend for mental health services has skyrocketed during the COVID-19 crisis. The survey found that more than half of agencies surveyed had seen an increase in demand for their services.
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Seafarers once steered by the stars. Motorists used to find their way with crisp roadmaps and well-placed highway signs. And physicians relied upon a good filing system and that indispensable office assistant who seemed to remember everything.
From rural health centers to urban clinics and everywhere in-between, eClinicalWorks® and healow® are helping practices reinvent themselves to face emerging challenges and provide quality care to patients.
Topics: healow, Patient Engagement, Population Health, telehealth, TeleVisits, eClinicalTouch, Chronic Care Management, CCM, eClinicalMobile, Open Access®, transition care management, TCM, healow CHECK-IN, contactless check-in
How online payments can help practices and patients
Even the best medical practices can struggle to provide great healthcare while keeping their practice operating in an efficient and sustainable way. One key to success is separating those things you can do something about from those that are beyond your control.
It’s been months since the COVID-19 pandemic transformed the way providers practice medicine. For many, the need for an almost overnight transformation became too much of a strain on their resources, and practices were forced to shut down permanently. Others like Little River Medical Center found the means to adapt and utilize comprehensive tools and strategies to find success in the wake of a global pandemic.
Who would have thought it possible to bring together so many healthcare providers for three days of education, discussion, and fun? Our 2020 National Conference was not only the first time that our event was entirely virtual but also the first time that we’ve had over 15,000 attendees signing in from all 50 states.
Preparation, participation are key
At first, it was months away. Then weeks. And now, it’s only days until the fall’s biggest event, which brings together people from across the nation, united in a common purpose. No, we’re not talking about the election — we’re talking about the 2020 eClinicalWorks and healow National Conference, which brings together thousands of healthcare professionals for three days of virtual learning and sharing!
If there’s one word to describe Dr. Stephen Salopak, it would be impressive. He runs a sole provider practice in Lafayette, Louisiana, where he not only provides care for the many patients who live in the city but also those in the surrounding communities.
Health centers in perfect position to make a critical difference
The COVID-19 crisis has placed enormous strain on the things that constitute community — connecting in person, discussing problems, and supporting patients with their health needs. It is natural that community health centers lead the fight against the effects of the pandemic.
Preparation is one of the best defenses against potential threats. When it comes to maintaining a safe healthcare facility, establishing and continually making sure that safety protocols are followed is essential. Whether it’s the physical safety of your patients and staff or the cybersecurity of patient records and medications, the job never stops.
Patients are busy and often don’t have time to sit on hold or find an appointment time that matches up with their hectic schedules. That’s where a safe and secure online appointment booking method like healow® Open Access® comes in.
A nurse practitioner returns to her roots
For Nurse Practitioner Judy L. Jones, who has practiced medicine for more than 25 years in the Waynesboro, Tennessee area, getting back to what she loves best about medicine — primary care — was a matter of trust.
Practices turning essential tools for sustainability
More than six months after the World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 outbreak a global pandemic, the world continues to search for hope amid great loss. According to the WHO, some 170 potential vaccines are under development, with more than two dozen already in clinical trials.
Whether it’s a tornado sweeping down over a town in the Midwest, a lightning storm knocking out the power for a few days, or a network that just isn’t getting you where you need to go, it’s not always possible to know what will come up tomorrow.