Ad Hoc EHR queries

Q makes EHRs queryable

Medical offices get a lot of new people calling in to schedule their first appointment. These people don't just call one doctor, but they usually call multiple. The first doctor's office to call them back usually gets the appointment - and a new patient. There was no good way for doctors to track the incoming calls and know how well their staff was performing on responding to them.

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Analytics

Q collects data to run state healthcare programs

State agencies rely on the private sector to collect and analyze data for state healthcare programs. An individual doctor's office is out of reach for most programs due to the high costs to connect to the electronic health record system.

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Large Healthcare Organizations

Q reduces integration staff

Many large companies have been using legacy integration techniques for years. The costs to purchase/develop and maintain the integration platforms can quickly get out of hand. One such MI7 client had over 100 people in their integration department.

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Managing the Enterprise

TECHINT: Your enterprise. Effectively managed.

Enterprise-level companies typically have a lot of EHR integrations with medical facilities. They are often done the old-fashioned way with VPNs and centralized HL7 message processing at the company's data center.

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Patient Scheduling

Q simplifies scheduling

Medical offices get a lot of new people calling in to schedule their first appointment. These people don't just call one doctor, but they usually call multiple. The first doctor's office to call them back usually gets the appointment - and a new patient. There was no good way for doctors to track the incoming calls and know how well their staff was performing on responding to them.

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Telehealth

Q powers doctor-patient video appointments

Doctor-to-Patient video conferencing is becoming more and more popular with many companies going after this multi-billion dollar market. Doctors love it because they can see more patients throughout the day and patients love the convenience of "visiting" the doctor from home or work.

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Telepsychiatry

Q brings psychiatry home

Technologists are working with psychiatrists to uncover new opportunities to incorporate technology with treatment. One way this has blossomed is in telepsychiatry. Patients love getting help faster and psychiatrists can see more patients each day because it is done over a video conference.

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Weather-Proof

Q weathers Hurricane Matthew with ease

Our clients install our Q software all over the country - including the southeast portion of the United States where hurricanes are prevalent.

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