The Most Efficient Way to Manage Referrals

A quick and easy way to allow physicians to find and refer to specialists while keeping patients informed. Physicians can easily find the right specialist with the patient’s needs in mind and are able to send referrals directly from most EMRs. Best practices are incorporated directly into the forms, reducing the likelihood of inappropriate referrals right at the start.

Make Referrals Easy

Seamlessly send referrals directly from EMRs. Avoid double entry by auto-populating patient information.

Make the Right Decisions

Clinical best practices are built right into the form, and informative reference material is available during the form completion process to help physicians make the most appropriate referral the first time.

Improve Communication

Physicians and administrators are able to track the status of each referral and patients are kept informed via automatic notifications or the patient portal.

Improve the Referral Process

Primary care providers need better information to improve the referral process. This means a comprehensive listing of specialists they can refer a patient to with the patient’s needs in mind. It also means taking into consideration other aspects such as languages, wait times and accessibility. This digital solution allows specialists and their administrators to effectively and efficiently triage and process referrals while keeping the patient updated on their referral status. Unlike fax-based systems, inappropriate or incomplete referrals can be resolved before constrained administrative resources are allocated following up on additional information. Finally, with a more accurate system-level view, primary care physicians, specialists and regional managers can develop evidence-based strategies for helping patients get better care.

Benefits

  • Location Based Specialist Lookup
  • Full EMR Integration
  • Structured forms to prevent errors in forms
  • Appropriateness guidelines are built into the referral
  • Patient portal and automated notifications keep patients informed