Does this story sound familiar to you?  

 A patient is admitted to a facility for treatment. Throughout the admission process, the patient’s data is collected and entered into your EMR (Electronic Medical Records) system. Yet, as is often the case, some piece of information has been missed, a signature, a birth date, or a mistyped diagnosis.  

After treatment, the patient shows up on a billing census, but the billing company cannot proceed as documentation is missing or incorrect.  

And now the blame game begins. Emails fly back and forth searching for the missing information and time is wasted on both ends – billing productivity is compromised, and time is taken away from critical patient care. The longer it takes to resolve the issue, the more frustration builds up on both sides, creating strain across the organization. In extreme situations, this can lead to irrevocable damage to a client’s trust in your team’s ability to deliver and can result in loss of that client’s business. 

Yet, with all the tools out there to make this process more efficient and your organization more profitable, many treatment centers are still struggling, while others are thriving.  

That is because all EMR systems are not the same. And the same goes for treatment centers – no two are the same.  

The best EMR’s electronically store medical records, but it does so in a way that helps clinicians discover new insights about their patients that can improve their treatment. It automates administrative tasks in a way that genuinely integrates with the daily needs, rhythms, and outputs of your treatment center. It maximizes reimbursement and mitigates the risks of lost revenue. 

Why is Medical Mime Different? 

Medical Mime was designed to help all parties involved avoid these unnecessary distractions. From pre-admission to billing and aftercare, Medical Mime seamlessly integrates into the natural workflow of your day-to-day operations. Designed by practitioners for practitioners, our robust analytics provide a 360-degree view of the patient life cycle. C-Suite and Executive users can easily identify gaps, monitor operational efficiency and make informed decisions regarding the overall health of your organization.