On our recent webinar we demonstrated CareCloud Complete, our fully-integrated EHR and practice management software platform, and we received a lot of great questions. It got us thinking: We should answer some of the questions your colleagues ask most frequently on our blog.
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Members of the Client Success team at CareCloud. Photo © Natalia Molina.
If you’re a doctor or practice manager, ‘customer success’ means working toward the best patient experience possible. Sounds great, but do you sometimes feel that’s easier said than done?
What’s it really like for someone to come to your medical group? Beyond the actual treatment, how does the whole visit feel for them?
Not all mobile health apps are created equal, the FDA recently stated, and the agency will only regulate apps that work like medical devices.
Three take-home messages from the 44-page FDA Guidance on Mobile Medical Applications include:
Do you have an idea to improve the sharing of secure healthcare data among different electronic health record systems? If so, the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) wants to hear from you.
You have until April 3, 2015 to submit your ideas to ONC.
Want to help your medical group make a smooth transition to a new practice management system? Start with a few tips from a medical group that has ‘been there, done that’ – and save yourself some time.
Expect to do more ‘on-the-go’ in 2015? You’re not alone – this year mobile healthcare tech will continue its meteoric rise in importance, impact, and impressive growth, experts predict.
The number of mobile health apps – currently an estimated 100,000 — doubled from 2012 to 2014, according to an mHealth App Developer Economics study. Going forward, the same report predicts the $4 billion global health and fitness mobile app market will grow to $26 billion by 2017.
“First impressions are often the truest.” – British writer William Hazlitt
When patients walk into your practice for the first time, they’re forming an initial impression of you, your staff and the quality of care they’re about to receive. Modern technology can help to deliver the right message.