HIPAA Compliance Core
We follow Amazon’s Reference Architecture for HIPAA on AWS and will sign a BAA with you. MOST of the CRMs are NOT HIPAA compliant – we are. We connect to most EMR or practice management system that you might be using.
Cut down surgery no-shows
EZHCRM automatically creates tasks and reminders for you, your patients and your surgery partners. Nothing falls through the cracks. No more spreadsheets. No more surgery no shows.
Shared surgery calendar
Your entire team – right from the surgeon to the surgery scheduler to the biller, to the surgery center team… everyone on the same page, at all times using EZHCRM
You can continue printing your own forms. As long as you use our system and we have the data you want to print in your forms, we will print it. It’s as simple as that. We also convert all your paper forms to digital, no extra charge.
Surgeons can keep using paper or use the desktop to order surgeries, tests, pre op etc. Your surgeons would be used to the EMR centered design of our surgery orders. Whether the ordering provider is the surgeon themselves or not, you can order pre operative IVs, tests, equipments, request sales reps to be present, pre operative medications, state surgery urgency – pretty much everything.
Once your provider or surgeon has placed their procedure or surgery order, you have everything you need to start planning the surgery. Plan the pre surgery date/times, post operative date/times, plan for COVID test date/times (we will remind you), plan for medical clearances, get insurance clearances, plan tasks and assign them to your team mates.
Surgery Post Operative Notes
EzHCRM helps you with your post operative surgical tasks as well. You can take pictures of your patient tickets with your phone and attach those to your surgeries, add voice notes to your surgery record, send everything to your billers – all from one place.
Emergency Room Intake
EzHCRM helps you with emergency intakes as well. Simply use the tool to do patient intakes quickly using a tablet without being bogged down with large forms and a computer. You can always expand further once your patient is in the ward or the operating room