When you’re a smaller medical practice, every edge counts toward success. During the heart of the pandemic, providers at Innova Primary Care, a seven-provider practice serving over 4,700 patients in Huntsville, Alabama, used eClinicalWorks® and healow® solutions to grow their practice.
2022 is just a few days away, so we wanted to take a moment to look back at some of the things we’ve accomplished in 2021 to better our healthcare IT solutions for improving care for all.
On October 1, 2021, USPS announced that first-class mail would take longer to reach certain locations. Also, in mid-2021, the cost of postage went up, and chances are it will rise again.
How healow can help with post-pandemic workflows
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The jury is in — paper is out!
More than six months after the first reports of coronavirus began to circulate, medical providers across the nation largely adjusted to key changes in their workflows. Those changes include the rise of telehealth, stricter sanitation protocols, and prioritizing care to make the best use of resources.
Everyone knows — or assumes they know — that a certain percentage of revenue is lost when using traditional methods of collecting healthcare payments. After all, if you print and mail several notices, cash checks, and spend time posting and reconciling payments, a lot can go wrong.
Consumers turning to contactless methods for commerce
There are few things more personal and important to people than the relationships they have with their medical providers. But as central and important as the role that healthcare plays in our lives may be, medicine is subject to many of the same market forces as any other industry.
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.