Connecting Medical Providers to Chronic Care Management through Centralized Cloud EHR
ModuleMD, a leading ONC-certified Electronic Health Record (EHR) and Practice Management SaaS company, today announced a new partnership with Fi-Med Management’sWell Living Initiative (WLI). This includes service and software module that assists in improving patient health and outcomes without increasing practice provider’s workload. A suite of patient services and technologies designed to facilitate care coordination and chronic care management (CCM) services between appointments. This partnership will provide seamless bi-directional integration between WLI’s CCM platform and providers’ ModuleMD EHR system.
“As part of our 2023 initiatives, we knew it would be important to provide opportunities for medical providers to expand their practices with much needed service extensions while maintaining efficiency in daily operations,” says Abhinay Penugonda, CEO at ModuleMD. “This partnership will allow Well Living Initiative to provide Chronic Care Management services as a true extension of the medical practice and streamline operations for better care coordination and improve patient care.”
“[Well Living Initiative] has always worked closely with practices to improve patient flow and communication. We knew this would have the greatest impact on patient lives,” said Adrian Velasquez, President/CEO Fi-Med Management, Inc. “Through this partnership with ModuleMD, we will be able to perform as a true extension of the practice without interruptions to their daily workflow and allow the practice and their patients to take advantage of this CMS-recognized program.”
An estimated 117 million adults have one or more chronic health conditions, and one in four adults have two or more chronic health conditions. Besides improving patient health and connection, facilities and physician office could shift to the home. This partnership benefits patients and providers by bringing pertinent information into a single source of truth in ModuleMD. As a result, the quality of care improves in three vital areas that contribute to better patient outcomes:
- Easier Eligible Patient Identification
- 360-degree Holistic Care Coordination
- Care Visibility and Claims Submission
As quoted in an article by McKensey & Company, ‘Up to $265 billion worth of care services for Medicare fee-for-service and Medicare Advantage beneficiaries could shift to the home by 2025.’
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