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Experity, the leading provider of electronic medical records (EMR) and practice management (PM) software to power the patient-centered healthcare revolution in the urgent care space, introduced today its new software platform, Experity 2021.
Comprehensive New Website Brings Industry-Leading On-Demand Care Solutions Together in One Place to Empower Urgent Care Providers
Experity will serve the rapidly-growing, on-demand and urgent care market with enhanced software and services SIOUX FALLS, SD & MACHESNEY PARK, IL– May 9, 2019 – Warburg Pincus, a leading...
Experity, the leading provider of electronic medical records (EMR) and practice management (PM) software to power the patient-centered healthcare revolution in the urgent care space, announced today it has named Kernie Brashier Chief Technology Officer (CTO).
As on-demand healthcare becomes an increasingly important component of healthcare in America, urgent care organizations must continue to observe the treatments and trends that arise to improve patient care. With access to more urgent care data than ever before, we have identified common characteristics of urgent care patients and the role radiology plays in patient visits industry-wide.
If you’re in the urgent care industry, chances are good that you provide radiology services. Urgent care has distinguished itself from walk-in retail health clinics by offering patients onsite radiology and lab services—upping the level of service available to patients with non-life-threatening illnesses or injuries. In the upcoming issue of Urgent Care Quarterly, we look at the utilization of radiology in urgent care—like the data above. We hope this analysis of radiology in urgent care will provide insights into patient profiles, common injuries or illness indicating radiology, seasonality, and the most common radiologic modalities utilized by clinics. Informed by this data, you can use real-world benchmarks to assess your radiology program and adjust your practice and optimize your operations.
How many months of data do you need to get accurate E/M data? How does collecting fees at time of service affect bad debt write-offs? Can door-to-door time affect more than patient satisfaction? Get answers to these questions and more when you tune in a recorded webinar, Metrics That Matter
You know what’s important when choosing an EMR/PM—not only regarding software features but services and partnership, too. We made this list of must-haves, based on years of helping clinics find their best solution to help you make the right choice.
HIPAA and the Right of Access Initiative supports urgent care patients right to their health records. Find out your responsibilities.
In the 21st century, seeing a doctor is as easy as logging into a website at a predetermined time and communicating one-on-one with a medical practitioner trained in telemedicine. Once the domain of astronauts and patients with extraordinary needs, telemedicine is becoming a more common—and convenient—way for patients to visit with their doctor.
We love getting asked questions because we know the right questions will lead to the right answers. Having worked with more than 1,000 urgent care centers, we are quite familiar with the questions that get asked most. From clinic design to regulation to hiring and marketing, here are the most frequently asked questions (and answers) we get about urgent care.
You've mastered the basics and you're ready to up your urgent care game. In this eBook you'll get expert tips on everything from marketing to building patient trust and staff training.
In the past 30 years, we have assisted over 250 urgent care centers, and we have spent hundreds of hours in discussions with many entrepreneurs on how to start urgent care centers. We have personally made many mistakes in starting our own urgent care centers, and we have tried to learn from each mistake that we have made.