With nearly half of Ob/Gyns citing relationships with patients as their number-one factor in career satisfaction, you need an EHR that helps you reach that goal.
Your Patient Portal is accessed through a secure login. Following Meaningful Use requirements, the portal includes a Personal Health Record (PHR) and allows your practice and patients to securely exchange information, in full compliance with HIPAA.
With people increasingly using the web to seek information on medical professionals, a professionally-built website will place your practice front and center in your online marketing efforts and make a great first impression to new patients.
Missed medical appointments disrupt schedules, potentially leaving your office with gaps during the workday. But beyond the hassles, missed appointments can cost revenue.
With improved online communication, practices using our integrated patient portal see at least a 13% lower no-show rate. More completed appointments means more patient visits and a more profitable practice.
Exchanging health information from your patient portal will help you attest to the electronic patient engagement requirements of MIPS. In addition, all messaging is encrypted through your portal, ensuring HIPAA standards are also being met.
Providing patients with online health information, test and lab results, and the ability to manage their own appointment schedule helps not only improve patient satisfaction but helps you accumulate points for your MIPS evaluation.
With a professional practice website and portal from ObGyn-Cloud, you will be actively promoting measures that will lead to long-term patient relationships.
“We have put all of our forms online so that all of our patients can fill out their paper work before they come in. The Women’s Health patient portal also allows patients to request appointments. In this day and age of e-mail it is a way to let patients keep in touch with us. It is also HIPAA compliant. If it is midnight and patients want to request an appointment they can message us and we can set up an appointment when we open the office.”