As par8o expands its 340B offering to more clients, the question that we get asked most frequently is: What could this mean for my organization in terms of additional 340B savings?
For some of our clients, the answer has been substantial.
Implementing a medical software system provides healthcare organizations an opportunity to evaluate what’s working in current workflows and make improvements. Here's what to evaluate to avoid the dreaded “I hate this system” mutters from providers.
I like to joke with my doctor friends that the most difficult part about healthcare is the data. Yes, surgery is incredibly complex but have you had to keep track of a surgeon’s demographics, insurance participation records, network status, clinical preferences, support staff roster, or scheduling templates across multiple locations and multiple location types (clinic vs. inpatient vs. billing)?
The definition of referral management is managing the process by which patients are transitioned to the next step in their care. This transition usually occurs at a critical moment for a patient: An escalation in care or a change in diagnosis.
CityMD, a leading urgent care provider, announced a strategic partnership with par8o to enhance referral management. CityMD’s 55 New York metro area clinics will join the 2,700 providers at approximately 350 locations already using par8o in the NYC-metropolitan area, which means referral specialists will be able to immediately schedule and coordinate care between offices.
This round-table style webinar features several industry experts including one consultant and live audience questions about making sure your 340B program is fully-optimized for maximum savings.