The MotionMD intuitive web-based point-of-care system is designed to streamline claims management and inventory dispensing for medical and healthcare facilities. The software program is designed to help orthopedic clinics improve patient satisfaction, increase billing compliance and streamline workflow by providing interoperability with clinic records.
The package enables physicians and administrators to create and implement diagnosis driven protocols for optimal patient outcomes. Once a patient is diagnosed, the doctor’s customized protocol in MotionMD is used to identify the best products for this patient. A patient agreement form is automatically generated containing insurance and product information.
Using a tablet, the patient signs electronically, receives the product, and is on the way to healing. Afterwards, the patient receives an automated email from MotionMD that contains a receipt and educational information on best steps for recovery. The system supports a continuous workflow for physician approvals, flagging inaccurate or missing information throughout the process. The software serves as a checkpoint to promote the creation of clean and timely billing documentation.
Mike Edwards, a vice president at DJO Global, said the tool can help streamline claims, billing, inventory, patient care for the orthopedic community now facing greater patient loads, declining reimbursement, and demanding medical guidelines. It was unveiled last week at the 2016 Annual Conference of the American Association of Orthopaedic Executives (AAOE).
DJO Global provides medical devices and services for musculoskeletal and vascular health, injury prevention, rehabilitation, pain management and joint reconstruction.