For specialty care practices, referrals are crucial for growth and financial stability. However, quality referrals depend on the completion of timely communication from the referring clinic.
Referral specialists play a vital role in extending specialized medical expertise to patients, while PCPS act as the initial touchpoint in a patient’s healthcare journey. Nurturing a strong bond between these two critical components ensures seamless patient transitions and fosters a synergy that enhances diagnostic accuracy, treatment efficacy, and overall patient outcomes.
A sample electronic consultation, or eConsult, is based on an actual response from a specialist. This booklet includes specialty care responses for cardiology, dermatology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, hematology, hepatology, nephrology, neurology, psychiatry, pulmonology and rheumatology.
Amidst growing patient populations and mounting administrative burdens, electronic referrals that enhance efficiency are more crucial than ever. Specialty care practices face patient intake and referral scheduling challenges that demand innovative solutions.
We make it easy for PCP to send an electronic referral, or eConsult, for specialty care advice or schedule an in-person referral.
Automatic referrals provide insight and solutions to specialists that want to combat the issues brought by traditional referrals.
Digital consultations and referral management tools have a positive impact on patient care while reducing the workload for physicians and their staff. Unsurprisingly, primary care visits rose dramatically during and after Covid-19.
Long wait times for healthcare are preventing patients from receiving specialty advice and allowing further health issues to arise.
Our predictions for 2023 healthcare trends focus on reducing manual processes to improve staff retention and patient satisfaction.
Specialty care clinics must streamline referral management to eliminate manual processes and reduce staff turnover. When patients experience delays in care, it’s a lose-lose scenario. The specialty care practice misses…