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Rural Medical Practice Leverages Cloud Technology from ADP AdvancedMD to Deliver Better Patient Care, Strong Profitability


Pain Care Center Boosts Efficiency by 90 Percent with AdvancedMD Integrated EHR and PM Software

Salt Lake City, UT – (February 5, 2014) ADP® AdvancedMD, a leader in all-in-one, cloud electronic health record (EHR), practice management, and medical scheduling software as well as medical billing services, has been a critical partner in the strong financial success of the Pain Care Center, a busy one-physician practice in Rock Springs, Wyoming. Despite being isolated from major medical resources, Dr. Jed Shay uses advanced technology to deliver the highest level of integrated pain care services to the area population. Using ADP AdvancedMD integrated EHR and PM facilitates his practice’s profitability and provides superior patient tracking, which is key to treating pain and preventing opiate addiction.

“It behooves every physician to use technology to better their practice for the sake of patient care,” said Dr. Shay, The Pain Care Center. “Using the latest pain management devices, telepsychiatry, and a strong EHR and PM, we are able to treat our hard-working population who would otherwise need to drive an additional three hours to Salt Lake City to get these same state-of-the-art services.”

Dr. Shay’s practice uses advancements from partners HealthLinkNow and Boston Scientific, including a breakthrough technology for neural stimulation, which has the potential to eradicate opiate prescriptions, and their misuse. But it is the AdvancedMD integrated practice management and EHR solution that helps keep the practice not only viable, but thriving.

“Before I used ADP AdvancedMD we needed almost twice the man-hours and a billing service to manage submissions and account receivables, and still it took months on average to get paid,” said Dr. Shay. “Now we get paid on average within two weeks and sometimes in two days. Most importantly I’m able to stay independent.”

Dr. Shay notes that the ADP AdvancedMD PM software automatically reviews claims and prompts for when a different code could be more appropriate, or if specific codes could trigger a possible claim rejection based on carrier rules. The availability of the cloud-based EHR software that can be accessed remotely from anywhere means that he can access patient information around the clock, at his fingertips, and can instantly look up the current dosage and prescriptions of every patient, even if one calls over the weekend for additional pain medication.

“Physicians like Dr. Shay demonstrate the potential of practices that harness technology to serve the underserved and stay independent,” said Raul Villar, president, ADP AdvancedMD. “Our cloud services allow physicians in more remote locations to access the best technology available via the internet from wherever they need to work.”

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