Primary Care Doctors: Caregivers and Business Owners
Helping you balance your patients and practice
RXNT helps you take care of business
The role of primary care physicians (PCPs) is one of the most important in healthcare. You’re responsible for providing a vast array of services, from preventive care to chronic care management. And, because of your expertise, patients are likely to visit you and your practice more frequently than other doctors.
Most PCPs are solo practitioners or work in practices with 10 or fewer providers.* In other words, in addition to being a principal healthcare provider, you’re essentially the head of a small business. You face many of the same challenges that other small businesse owners face—such as managing revenue and productivity—which has become even more complicated due to the COVID-19 virus and is likely to remain that way.
RXNT’s end-to-end cloud-based software solutions support the unique needs of PCPs by streamlining clinical workflows, reducing administration, and simplifying reimbursement. All with predictable, low pricing that includes set-up, implementation, and unlimited in-house training and support.
*American Medical Association, “Policy Research Perspectives: Updated Data on Physician Practice Arrangements: Physician Ownership Drops Below 50 Percent,” May 31, 2017
Addressing Top PCP Challenges
For over 20 years, our affordable, award-winning products have helped thousands of providers deliver measurable results for their patients and their practice. RXNT integrated solutions are available a la carte: Practice Management with Billing and Scheduling, Electronic Health Records with Patient Portal, and E-Prescribing. But you’ll gain even greater efficiency and productivity, and save the most money with our integrated Full Suite platform that solves your most pressing needs.
Billing for PCP services can be a complex labyrinth of codes, documentation, and insurance company rules. Even more so with the growth of telehealth. RXNT's Billing software has built-in workflows that help you easily and accurately submit bills, with fewer denials and rework. Integrate directly with our EHR for a seamless transition from encounter to reimbursement.
PCPs see up to 20 patients a day, on average,** making efficient time-management a must. Schedule in-person and telehealth visits, allocate exam rooms, and send automated patient reminders using RXNT's Scheduling tool. View appointments and availability for multiple practitioners by day, week, and month.
**American Association for Physician Leadership, How Many Patients Can a Primary Care Physician Treat?, David Ollier Weber, February 11, 2019
RXNT's Electronic Health Records (EHR) solution puts patient health and prescription history at your fingertips. This allows you to record in-person and telehealth visits, request and review labs, make referrals, and prescribe medicines. Plus it satisfies MACRA.
RXNT's Electronic Prescribing (eRx) lets busy PCPs prescribe and transmit prescriptions in seconds. Automated Specialty Patient Enrollment and prior authorization save significant time. And safety alerts prevent adverse drug events. Our eRx is EPCS-certified with direct access to state Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs.
Our Patient Portal simplifies patient communication with secure, real-time appointment options, e-signature of consent forms, online bill pay, and access to lab results and medical information without the need for phone calls or administrative support.
RXNT takes the risk out of practicing medicine
We can also help you safeguard your practice against the threats a PCP faces daily. For example, our FREE Risk Awareness Toolkit offers resources to proactively avoid risks, such as malpractice, cybercrime, HIPAA violations, and adverse health outcomes.
We’ll also help you minimize practice risk and increase patient safety with our clear documentation and communication tools.
Our commitment to PCPs
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