The all-in-one iAM-PT platform is now enhanced with cloud-based technology which compiles information about staff and patient sessions in one place to reduce scheduling conflicts. It can also automatically send out follow-up messages and appointment reminders to reduce the chance of no-shows.
More information is available at https://iam-pt.com
PT practices experiencing growth require technology that can keep up with expanding patient databases. With its updated data collection functions, Interactive Advanced Medicine’s EMR (electronic medical records) software systemizes information storage to maintain compliance and reduce administrative workload. As such, it helps practice managers scale their healthcare business operations in anticipation of growth while ensuring the quality of the service they provide is maintained.
The software can be used by PT practices to maintain storage compliance and avoid clerical errors that may otherwise compromise the accuracy of patient documents.
The iAM-PT tool speeds up assessments with in-platform standardized client data prompts and templates for patients to respond to on mobile devices. For example, it provides access to Interactive Advanced Medicine’s patented ‘Computerized Pain Assessment Tool’, or ComPAT. Using point-and-press data entry, the feature allows PTs to collect and automatically store information on the patient’s pain levels.
Equipped with calendar and billing functions, the platform streamlines documentation and administration processes, eliminating time-consuming tasks so that staff can focus on customer service. For PTs themselves, it facilitates secure access to patient charts and allows them to oversee their upcoming appointments and scheduled sessions. Likewise, for staff managers, it can increase oversight of employee information and be used to generate merit-based programs that incentivize productivity.
The centralized calendar software offers custom appointment color-coding drag-and-drop tools for optimal functionality. This can be synchronized calendars across multiple practice locations for improved cross-organizational connectivity. The software company estimates that, per month, it can save practices 9 hours in scheduling tasks, 14 hours on conducting patient surveys, and 83 hours on documentation per clinician.
Ultimately, the iAM-PT software gives PT practices greater control over their business operations without having to add administrative staff to their payroll.
More information can be found by visiting https://iam-pt.com or by calling 1-833-554-2678.
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