iPatientCare Successfully Demonstrated the Meaningful Use Stage 2 and ICD-10 Ready EHR and Practice Management System at MGMA 2013, Booth #522
San Diego, CA, October 11, 2013 — iPatientCare, Inc., a pioneer in mHealth and cloud based ambulatory EHR, integrated Practice Management and Patient Portal solutions, successfully exhibited its Meaningful Use Stage 2 and ICD–10 ready EHR and Practice Management System at MGMA 2013 Annual Conference at San Diego, California, October 6-9, 2013.
More than hundreds of health care professionals stopped and spent time at iPatientCare booth during the conference. In addition to an intense focus on the upcoming transition to ICD-10, visitors expressed a keen interest in HIPPA Omnibus Rule compliance and Meaningful Use Stage 2 ready EHR and integrated Practice Management System. The pressure from regulatory mandates and the shift toward value-based payments drove significant traffic to iPatientCare booth. Practices need solutions to help them optimize today’s world of fee-for-service.
“We always have a great experience at MGMA. We enjoy the opportunity to support MGMA and present new enhancements to iPatientCare EHR and PMS that help practices grow profitably, increase practice efficiencies and improve patient outcomes in a changing healthcare environment. The volume of visitors and their engagement into ICD- 10 transition clearly showed healthcare reforms are driving practices to take a hard look at their existing capabilities and get foundation of success in value-based payments”, said Vipul Patel, Senior Technology Officer, iPatientCare.
Conference attendees learned iPatientCare’s approach and methodology of implementing ICD-10, physician portals, HIPAA Omnibus compliance, and MU Stage 2 readiness.
Shahab Shaikh, Senior Application Specialist, iPatientCare said, “We enjoy the opportunity MGMA exhibition provides to discuss the issues that relate to implementation of EHR and PMS with practice managers, consultants, and also meeting our business partners. With so many new changes happening in the industry, it’s important to learn and share insights and best practices. We are continually creating better ways to serve our current and prospective customers and to prepare them for a successful future in healthcare. MGMA gives us the opportunity to make all these happen.”
MGMA-ACMPE is the premier membership association for professional administrators and leaders of medical group practices. In 2011, members of the Medical Group Management Association (MGMA), and its standard-setting body, the American College of Medical Practice Executives (ACMPE) voted to merge to form a new association, MGMA-ACMPE. Since 1926, the Association has delivered networking, professional education and resources and political advocacy for medical practice management. The Association started as a small network of clinic managers, called the National Association of Clinic Managers, which met for the first time in Madison, Wis., in 1926. The name was changed to the Medical Group Management Association in 1963 to reflect the diverse management roles found in group practice. Visit http://www.mgma.com for more information.