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"pMD was the answer for me - a solo physician who had tried and tried to get the quality reporting for Medicare, PQRS, right.  I actually thought I could do this on my own through claims based data. The number of hours I spent reading and learning about the process with multiple calls to the Help Desk and worry took years off my life and all to no avail. After I received the letter from Medicare stating I had not met the guidelines for the 2015 PQRS reporting, it was time to try another option.



I cannot say enough good about this company, pMD. I had looked at other companies, but for reasons like my EMR provider, McKesson, was not acceptable to them or my practice, the medical management of chronic pain, did not fit squarely into one of their slots, I had been turned down as a client. From the first phone call to pMD which was positive and hopeful, my desperate state was changed. I received information from them in a step by step manner which was doable with their constant oversight and help. I was able to report my 2016 data through a registry! They have live experts who answer your calls and, yes, they are available 24/7. I attest, as my frantic calls at 2 am or so were answered. I highly recommend this company without reservation to give you personalized, effective, and professional service."
Dr. Charlotte Deflumere, Memphis Psychiatric Group, Tennessee
Oct
31
pMD Supports ASN Kidney Week, National Nephrology Meeting
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San Francisco, CA - October 31, 2014 - pMD, the leading innovator in mobile charge capture and physician communication, will be exhibiting at Kidney Week 2014 in Philadelphia, Penn. The national nephrology meeting is held annually by the American Society of Nephrology (ASN) and will take place at the Pennsylvania Convention Center from Nov. 11-16. pMD will highlight its charge capture and secure messaging software in nephrology, one of its top medical specialties.

ASN’s Kidney Week is designed to educate health professionals, share new knowledge and research, and promote the highest quality care for patients. The annual meeting and scientific exposition will have three key themes: the advances in treatment, research, and technology in the fight against kidney disease. pMD will be featuring its charge capture technology, which allows nephrology specialists to more efficiently track and bill for their patient visits in hospital and dialysis clinics.

pMD, whose mobile charge capture app allows physicians to enter their medical billing charges into their smartphones and send text messages securely, works with physician specialists who provide care outside of the office environment. For nephrologists, this includes hospitals as well as a large network of dialysis clinics within their communities. pMD gives nephrology specialists an easier way to manage the high volume of patients across numerous care locations and facilitates their hospital and dialysis billing. Due to the complex nature of dialysis billing, pMD has implemented proprietary functionality into its charge capture software for nephrology practices to increase reimbursement and reduce the amount of time spent on month-end billing. The software allows providers to keep track of their patients in real time so they do not miss a patient between hospital and dialysis clinic visits.

Kidney Week serves as an opportunity to bring together health care professionals in the industry and advance practices in profitability and quality care. Visit pMD at booth #600, across from Hall C.

About pMD
pMD’s mobile charge capture software supports doctors across multiple specialties by allowing them to enter their patient charges into Android, iPhone, iPad, iPad Mini, and iPod Touch devices at the point of patient care. The patient visit is then visible to other doctors within the practice and can be billed immediately. Doctors using charge capture are increasing their ROI in a time where Medicare cuts, ICD-10, PQRS, and other costs are significantly impacting profitability. pMD increases efficiency and security in a practice through automation and secure text messaging, and it provides free interfaces with most major electronic medical records, hospital information, and medical billing systems, including Allscripts Pro PM, Allscripts Tiger, athenaCollector by athenahealth, Cerner, eClinicalWorks, Epic, GE Centricity (formerly Millbrook and IDX), MEDITECH, MobileMD, NextGen, and Vitera Intergy (Sage). For more information, contact pMD.
October 31, 2014