Long-Term Healthcare Goes High Tech

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iDocsWeb, the developer and distributor of a proprietary telemedicine platform developed specifically for long-term care, implement their new behavioral health software.

HIPAA compliant and cloud-based, the software addresses the current challenges of behavioral health providers serving skilled nursing/long-term care facilities.

“Simply put, there just aren’t enough providers to meet our growing needs,” said McKinney Healthcare & Rehabilitation Center administrator Tim Peimann.

Psychology and psychiatry providers are using iDocsWeb for both remote as well as in-person consults. The comprehensive platform allows providers to treat patients more effectively regardless of geographic limitations.

“This is a win/win for all parties involved. Residents receive safe and timely treatment, and the doctors are able to offer this treatment much more efficiently with the documentation templates within the iDocsWeb software,” said iDocsWeb Chief Business Development and Chief Medical Officer Dr. Anton Georgiev.

The iDocsWeb platform fully integrates with the leader in long-term care Electronic Medical Records (EMR) vendor, PointClickCare. This means providers can access the critical patient information required to treat more conditions than ever before.

iDocsWeb further simplified the documentation process with templates that serve as a medical record and generate a coded document needed for billing. Once this record is saved, it is automatically sent to the facility’s EMR. This eliminates the lengthy process associated with the documentation process and prevents redundant records.

With over 600 healthcare facilities on the implementation roadmap, iDocsWeb needed to develop an effective onboarding strategy. Using remote learning driven by practicing healthcare and IT professionals, users can become experts in minutes.

As the solution is rolled out in skilled nursing facilities across the U.S., it is expected to become the standard in behavioral health treatment in long-term care.

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