The updated solution V100 will be available on December 15, featuring hundreds of enhancements to help providers improve their workflows.
The technology promises to deliver more efficient clinical practice and better patient care while ensuring that all communication history remains within the digital chart.
Through the initiative, clinicians are working to proactively engage patients and improve outcomes of individuals with high-risk chronic conditions.
Noteworth's platform aims to enable care teams to more seamlessly collect, analyze and visualize essential patient health data between office visits.
The solution offers a standard feature set for healthcare providers, enabling HIPAA-compliant communications between organizations, care teams and patients.
The platform aims to revolutionize virtual health through its novel design that enables more meaningful interactions between physicians and patients.
The company's MIRA app adds a mobile-based augmentation layer to an organization's existing EHR, making it much faster and easier for physicians to use.
The Kiosk feature allows patients to self check-in on iPad for an appointment reducing waiting times and improving the patient experience.
The integrated EHR-telehealth solution will be available to current and future Cerner and American Well clients.
Clients of both companies will benefit from a streamlined experience; these include the likes of Hartford HealthCare, Inova, Yale New Haven Health, and others.