BOCA RATON, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–ModMed® today unveiled its latest platform innovations designed to increase clinical efficiency that can help eye care providers thrive in a complex and demanding healthcare environment.
With the constant changes in the industry such as staffing shortages and declining reimbursements as well as the increasing eye care demands of aging baby boomers, the implementation of technology that helps capture and categorize data patients as efficiently as possible is essential to help ophthalmologists and optometrists save time. they can see more patients and provide better care.
Following the successful launch of ModMed Ophthalmology 6.0 earlier this year, ModMed has placed particular emphasis on two areas of product development in this latest release: simplifying eye exam support and enabling better co-managed care relationships between the doctors. Now from the patient exam overview screen, the platform’s latest innovations include centralizing the entry of the most used data onto a single screen and eliminating the need for additional steps in navigation.
“Our R&D has focused on simplifying and accelerating workflows for eye care professionals by streamlining the steps required to record and review patient documentation,” said Patrick Herde, General Manager of Ophthalmology at ModMed. “And we’ve relied on customer feedback to help shape our technology and focus our efforts to make a difference where it matters.”
“The ModMed team is made up of very good people and the caliber of the management team is first class. They listen to their customers on a level that I haven’t encountered elsewhere,” said Trish Barker, COO , Florida Eye Associates.* “ModMed’s desire to make things work in the most meaningful and useful way is what makes them shine above other companies I have known.”
“I love this EMA® was designed and coded by practicing ophthalmologists who understand an ophthalmic workflow,” said Elson Lai, MD, Rosemead Eye Center. used in the past, improves efficiency and saves time.”
ModMed will be exhibiting at the ASCRS-ASOA Annual Meeting in booth #725 during exhibit hours April 23-25 in Washington, DC, where the team will demonstrate their latest solutions, including:
- Simple eye exam: By removing unnecessary steps, the advanced functionality more closely aligns with the needs of eye care providers in the documentation process. For example, a doctor can provide exam scores at a single entry point per eye, and the EMA will organize the results into exam sections.
- Co-management: Designed to give clinical users immediate visibility into a patient’s co-management status, including co-managing physician contact information. Additionally, the new Patient Care Team section allows staff and physicians to quickly see a list of other people providing care to the patient.
- ModMed Ophthalmology 6.0: The latest version of EMA includes a newly designed welcome screen, updated login security measures and workflow improvements.
To arrange a time for a demo, please visit www.modmed.com/ascrs-asoa.
For more information on ModMed® Ophthalmology suite, please visit ModMed at modmed.com/Ophthalmology.
*Trish Barker of Florida Eye Associates and Elson Lai of Rosemead Eye Center are both paid members of the ModMed Advisory Board.
About Mod Med
ModMed transforms healthcare by putting physicians and patients at the center of care through an intelligent, specialty-specific cloud platform. With our Electronic Health Records (EHR) and Practice Management (PM) systems, as well as our Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) services, our all-in-one solution empowers specialty medical practices by providing solutions clinical, financial and operational software. Our staff physicians help develop products and services for allergy, dermatology, gastroenterology, OBGYN, ophthalmology, orthopedics, otolaryngology, pain management , plastic surgery, podiatry and urology practices, as well as outpatient surgery centers. For more information, visit www.modmed.com. Connect with ModMed via his blog, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Instagram.
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