Optimize Your Patient Workflow and Actively Manage Your Telemedicine Resources
Managing the efficiency of telemedicine patient exams takes a lot of time to coordinate and can get overwhelming . What if you could align all your resources to be ready for the next step in a patient’s examination process? ExamFlow software allows you to visually manage and track patients so you can synchronize your telemedicine clinic workflow and procedures.
ExamFlowTM uses proven management techniques drawn from Lean Six Sigma methods to help you eliminate bottleneck delays and patient wait time by an average of 15%. You can make better use of your telemedicine resources using the custom tailored program logic and conditional patient queuing features.
ExamFlow Will Help You Maximize Your Consulting Physicians' Time and Productivity:.
- Visually track and manage patient flow through single or multiple clinical sites.
- Identify specific bottlenecks in the process so you can make adjustments to eliminate unnecessary patient wait times.
- Make optimal use of your resources and time so you can operate at your fullest potential:
- Consultants can see exactly when patients are ready
- Decide concisely which patient you will see next
- Click the remote patient room icon for immediate connection, no MCU's, no bridge, no network scheduling required.
- Continuously improve workflow with real-time data analysis and reporting
- Patients will receive on-time appointments and less “waiting” around between steps.
- Telemedicine Coordinators can manage time schedules, physician workflow and patient tracking to optimize provider resources and time.
- Clinicians can easily communicate patient status with remote consulting physician.
- Physicians can interweave patient office visits with telemedicine consultations and increase the volume of patients they can see in a given time period.
Integrates with AGNES InteractiveTM web -based software to simultaneously capture and share medical device data, exchange documents and medical images, and participate in a live video conference with the remote consulting physician.
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