Patient engagement tools: Practices can securely send prevention messages to patients, encouraging calcium consumption, exercise and other habits that support healthy bones. Patients can also use the portal to access educational information and securely share messages with providers and staff.
Appointment reminder tools: Providers can minimize no-shows for annual wellness visits by sending customized, automated appointment reminders by phone, email or text.
Analytics tools and patient engagement tools: Use these solutions together to identify osteoporosis patients due for screenings, medication adjustments or counseling on appropriate exercise or therapy.
Patients can also contact providers to report side effects, request appointments or share health records from other providers treating osteoporosis-related injuries.
Clinical connectivity solutions: Primary care physicians, orthopedists, therapists and other providers can easily share information on a patient’s care plan, medication and other health record data points.
Electronic health records (EHRs): Greenway Health’s EHR has hundreds of clinical templates to help providers easily document gender-specific osteoporosis, bone density reports, fractures and other osteoporosis-related patient encounters.
Eligibility verification: Providers can help reduce out-of-pocket costs for patients 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 treatment that is 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.