Empower patients to actively participate in their care with our patient portal
86% of patients with electronic access to their health records go online to view them.6 Two out of three patients without online access say they want it, yet only 50% of patients currently have it. And importantly for providers, over 40% of patients are willing to switch doctors to gain online access to their electronic health records.7
Save time and money reaching new patients and automating administrative tasks
Our cloud-based patient engagement software allows new patients to easily find your practice and book appointments online. With our online intake forms, prescription refills, appointment and treatment reminders and HIPAA-compliant secure online messaging, you and your staff spend less time on administrative tasks and more time engaged with patients.
Access treatment plans and monitor adherence from anywhere
Practice Fusion is the first and only EHR that’s optimized for your iPad, Android or Microsoft tablet. Customize care plans, send eCoupons, deliver education materials and identify at risk patients with the click of a button. Our patient adherence support tools empower you to maximize your patient engagement.
Fulfill Meaningful Use Patient Engagement Measures
Patient engagement is a large component of Meaningful Use. Stage 1 requires patients receive treatment reminders and educational resources. Stage 2 requires the addition of online messaging and patient portals to give patients the information and access they need to actively participate in their health care.
1 Hibbard JH, Greene J. What the evidence shows about patient activation: better health outcomes and care experiences; fewer data on costs. Health Aff (Millwood). 2013;32(2):207-14.
2 Greene J, Hibbard JH, Sacks R, Overton V, Parrotta CD. When patient activation levels change, health outcomes and costs change, too. Health Aff (Millwood). > 2015;34(3):431-7.
3 “Health Policy Brief: Patient Engagement,” Health Affairs, February 14, 2013.
4 Oshima lee E, Emanuel EJ. Shared decision making to improve care and reduce costs. N Engl J Med. 2013;368(1):6-8.
5 Dentzer S. Rx for the ‘blockbuster drug’ of patient engagement. Health Aff (Millwood). 2013;32(2):202.
6 National Partnership for Women & Families. Engaging Patients and Families: How Consumers Value and Use Health IT. Washington, DC: 2014. Web. 26 Apr. 2015.
7 Accenture Newsroom: More than Forty Percent of U.S. Consumers Willing to Switch Physicians to Gain Online Access to Electronic Medical Records, According to Accenture Survey.