VMDOC

Dr Bittner and the founder of VMDOC’s Dr. Shahram Gholami a renowned urologist in Silicon Valley have agreed to forge a new relationship based on creating opportunities for patients, doctors and dentists to finally get on the same page for communication and treatment. VMDOC’s allows all of us to be apart of the 21st century. Are team members will be able to reduce paperwork, cut out overlapping insurance costs and be able to open a window of communication that has never been achieved in modern day medical and dentistry until now. We are excited for our patients and we look forward to sharing this unique tool with our partners that treat the folks that have Sleep Apnea and Dry Mouth.

Features

1.  features

Self-Managing Appointment

Allow patients to make, confirm and change appointments online. Manage a waiting list queue. Let patients know if you are running ahead or behind schedule.

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Video Visit

Free the practice from quick visits to check a wound or monitoring side effects. Video visits make it easier for the patient to get quick questions answered. Video visits allow the clinician to monitor a wound, or check side effects quickly and efficiently.

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Patient-Managed Records

Easy access to all patient records from all their providers. See patient labs and imaging done in ERs, Urgent Cares, outside clinics.

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Secure Messaging

Quick answers from the front office , nurse, or physician without telephone triage. Open the phone lines to new business. Direct messaging gives access and accountability of health related questions to the right person the first time.

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Pre and Post Questionnaires

PRE: Find out about your patients before they show up. Know their medications, their pre-existing conditions so that you can be prepared to treat them before they show up to the clinic, the operating room, the office.

Post: Automatically check up on your patients after a new medication, a change in treatment, a procedure, or a surgery. Ask the right questions early, do automated followup and prevent complications, prevent readmissions.