Patient portal: Practices can securely send prevention messages to patients to encourage smoking cessation, nutritious diets, exercise and other heart-healthy habits. Patients can also securely share messages with providers and staff and safely send health records to other providers electronically.
Appointment reminder tools: Providers can minimize no-shows by sending customized, automated appointment reminders by phone, email or text.
Analytics tools: Use powerful analytics tools to identify patients who smoke, are obese, or have high blood pressure or other risk factors and engage them in preventive care activities.
Analytics tools and patient engagement tools: Use these solutions together to identify patients who have missed A1c tests, lipid panels or other screenings and reach out to remind them to schedule necessary lab work or tests.
Patients can also contact providers to report side effects, request appointments or engage in other non-emergency communications between appointments.
Information exchange tools: Primary care physicians, cardiologists, surgeons and other providers can easily share information on a patient’s care plan, medication, condition and other health information with Greenway Health’s clinical connectivity tools. This helps protect patients from dangerous drug interactions and ensures providers’ records are always up to date.
Electronic health records (EHRs): Prime Suite has hundreds of clinical templates to help providers easily document carotid artery stenosis, valvular disease and other common conditions associated with cardiovascular disease.
Eligibility verification: Providers can help reduce out-of-pocket costs for the growing number of patients covered by high-deductible health plans by factoring cost into care plans. For example, practices can confirm insurance coverage prior to prescribing medications, labs or procedures and — when clinically appropriate — providers can consider alternative treatments that are covered under the patient’s plan.
Medical billing solutions: Greenway Health’s financial services can also help practices adapt to increasing patient responsibility by sending collections letters, processing payments and supporting practices to collect what they’re owed.