Gone are the days of paper charts and deciphering the scrawl of a physician’s handwritten prescription. In the last few decades, the healthcare industry has transitioned to electronic charts and records. With that, IT platforms have developed that allow providers to collaborate in new and proactive ways.
In this episode of Full Circle Healthcare, we discuss how an electronic health record system (EHR) has helped improved clinical and business processes at TaraVista Behavioral Health Center.
Dr. Michale Krupta, CEO and Founder of TaraVista, takes listeners back in time to when his center was still breaking ground. It was then that Dr. Krupta began vetting EHR companies that could elevate the care of his behavioral health facility.
Dr. Krupta was searching for a platform for behavioral health data and traditional medicine inputs to live in one place. He found this in CareVue, a healthcare IT system that not only provides a comprehensive clinical dashboard, but also integrates billing, accounting, health coding, and multi-user access into its framework and function.
Even as healthcare has transitioned to telehealth in light of the coronavirus pandemic, CareVue has kept pace, adapting to serve patients and care providers. External coders can work remotely to process charts, along with social workers, physicians, and RNs. Patients can also participate in their own care, viewing their health records offsite.
After looking into over 10 different EHR platforms for his behavioral health center, Dr. Krupta is confident and passionate about the success of CareVue. The singularly common format the platform uses has made possible new collaborations and a level of care never seen with paper record systems. The state of the art integration has helped TaraVista make great strides in providing exceptional care with expediency and accuracy.
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