iPatientCare continues to achieve strong bonds with Ascension Brighton Center for Recovery’s National Conference in Michigan
iPatientCare, Inc., a pioneer in cloud-based ambulatory EHR, Revenue Cycle Management services, integrated Practice Management and patient engagement solutions, announces its active participation in demonstrating the value of Healthcare IT at Ascension Brighton Center for Recovery’s Annual Addiction Treatment Conference.
This annual conference at Suburban Collection Diamond Center in Michigan, leverages the opportunity to know the latest trends in the healthcare system. These two days will have counselors, therapists, registered nurses, probation officers, EAPs, addictionologists, and other providers interested in addiction treatment program, and will offer an opportunity to unite under common platform. This conference will update all the providers and other healthcare related personnel on the new developments, advancements, and ongoing progress in addiction treatment presented by regional and national experts.
In this conference, iPatientCare’s key focus area would be to present the entire iPatientCare healthcare IT suite that includes cloud-based EHR, population health, and patient engagement solutions, which is designed to take the healthcare towards betterment.
“At iPatientCare, we believe in delivering innovative healthcare technology solutions that makes the care more convenient and effective for both caregivers and patients. During our decade and a half long association with Ascension Brighton Center for Recovery, we have been instrumental in helping them treating patients with chemical dependency by providing Strong health IT system, which includes automated screening tools, multi-disciplinary treatment plans, medication administration record with 5-rights verification, many more tools for care coordination and patient engagement. We are happy for being a part of the revolution in addiction treatment being created by Ascension Brighton Center for Recovery by holding the National Conference Moving the Field Forward.” Said Kedar Mehta, Innovator and Chief Technology Officer at iPatientCare, Inc.