MicroMD Version 15 includes updated CCM billing, enhancements to the Pending Charges Reconciliation Report, two new eSERVICES, and much more. Are you ready to boost patient engagement, enable clinical excellence, and optimize your workflows? Let’s find out how Version 15 helps those initiatives, shall we?
What’s new in MicroMD EMR?
Updated CCM Billing
MicroMD EMR can now accommodate the recent changes to the chronic care management billing codes.
Create an Encounter for a Future Date
You can now create an encounter for a future date.
Descriptor Manager Values Now Checkboxes or Radio Buttons
Practices can now specify if all the values within a single descriptor are all checkboxes (multiple selections) or all radio buttons (single selection)
What’s new in MicroMD PM?
Pending Charges Reconciliation Report enhanced to Include Appointments
For practices that have both MicroMD PM and EMR software, you can now allow for the appointment to be considered when running this report, which allows users to see if an appointment was scheduled for a patient but no encounter was started.
Notification of Future Appointments
MicroMD PM will now flag the user while making a patient appointment if a future appointment already exists.
New integrated eSERVICES
Rules-based Clinical Decision Support (CDS) powered by Persivia
This new add-on service is accessible through the MicroMD EMR Assessment Outcome Report, as part of your regular workflow, works behind the scenes to gather clinical data and deliver real-time, evidence-based alerts, guidelines, and protocols to clinicians to improve Clinical Quality Measure scores, reduce costs, and improve patient care.
Vivify Pathways +Go Mobile Population Health and Chronic Care Management
Vivify empowers practices to drive patient engagement and adherence to population health and CCM care paths, remotely identify opportunities for timely clinical intervention, and track and report on every second spent reviewing clinical information to help boost CCM billing reimbursement by as much as $40 to $90 per eligible patient per month.