EMEDHIE is a One Stop platform to manage all the Healthcare Needs of a patient.
EMEDHIE connects patients with providers to create a comprehensive health plan. It is a platform for effective mode of communication which connects not only Patient with Providers but also a useful tool which connects multiple people together be it Patients, Providers, Students, Nurses etc... for their Healthcare Needs.
EMEDHIE is a Health Information Exchange which provides patients with access to their health information, allowing them to manage their healthcare records online in a similar fashion to how they might manage their finances through online banking.
Using HIPAA Compliant EMEDHIE Patient Portal, patient can Manage, Transfer, Communicate their health records with trendy, advance & extensive features like:
EMEDHIE is the complete solution to help you meet the complex requirements of Meaningful Use and Medicare's new CPT Codes: We combine easy-to-use technology with intelligent data services to provide the most comprehensive solution available.
A pediatric patient:
Takes or receives three or more prescription medications or therapeutic interventions (e.g., medications, nutritional support, respiratory therapy)
Has two or more chronic continuous or episodic health conditions. The duration of the conditions is expected to be at least 12 months or until the death of the patient, or the conditions place the patient at a significant risk of death, acute exacerbation/decompensation, or functional decline.
Complex Chronic Care Coordination services; first hour of clinical staff time directed by a physician or other qualified health care professional with no face-to-face visit, per calendar month
The services that may be provided by the clinical staff include:
Assessment and support for treatment regimen adherence and medication management
Collection of health outcomes data and registry documentation
Communication with home health agencies and other community services the patient may use
Communication and engagement with the patient, family members, caretaker or guardian, surrogate decision makers, and/or other professionals regarding aspects of care