MACHESNEY PARK, IL — February 3, 2020 – Experity, the leading provider of electronic medical records (EMR) and practice management (PM) software in the urgent care space, announced today a new update to its existing travel screening questionnaire to help clinicians at urgent care facilities identify new cases of the novel coronavirus.
The software update allows providers to efficiently document recent travel to high-risk areas and exhibited symptoms of coronavirus.
“Identifying patients at risk for the novel coronavirus and implementing a quick, effective response will be crucial in containing infection in the United States,” said Dr. David Stern, CEO, Experity. “Experity clients in the urgent care space have been at the frontlines when it comes to outbreaks like Ebola, Zika and now coronavirus. We want to do everything we can to ensure that urgent care centers are given the tools needed to help identify patients at risk and protect the public.”
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Experity, a result of the merger of DocuTAP and Practice Velocity, provides technology solutions to more than 4,000 on-demand healthcare practices and primary care clinics, offering industry-leading EMR and Practice Management SaaS solutions, patient engagement technology, e-registration, over read services, employer portal for occupational medicine, referral management, revenue cycle management services, and a robust analytics suite. For more information, visit experityhealth.com.