Users get all of the capabilities the web version has, including e-prescribing to 70,000+ pharmacies and connecting with 550 lab and imaging center partners.
The initiative will provide physicians with insights through a dashboard that aggregates and compares their OAB patients with similar patient populations.
The new service allows patients to complete traditional check-in forms from their phones, tablets, or computers before getting to the doctor's office.
The platform has been revamped from the ground up in a process that took Practice Fusion designers, researchers and developers more than 250,000 hours.
This acquisition gives Practice Fusion a springboard for entry into the telemedicine market, an industry expected to swell to $4.5 billion in 2018.