Craven County joins dozens of CureMD powered public health centersNew York, NY. 2/24/2015
CureMD, a leading provider of EHR, practice management, patient engagement and population health solutions, today announced that Craven County has joined 34 other North Carolina public health centers that collectively serve over 300,000 lives.
Craven County chose CureMD because of its public health specific functionality and reporting in addition to sliding fee schedule, automated rate adjustments, DHHS clinical visit forms, detailed patient demographics and patient risk stratification.
CureMD worked with Craven County to build the North Carolina Public Health program from the foundation of its award winning solution. The result was a comprehensive yet easy-to-use system that meets North Carolina Public Health clinical governance and reporting requirements, along with Meaningful Use Stage 2 mandates.
“Craven County Health Department has been an early advocate of using cloud technology to help deliver better and cost effective care,” said Bilal Hashmat, CEO at CureMD. “CureMD facilitates care coordination in a variety of settings, giving organizations the tools they need to effectively deliver care. Our enterprise-grade public health solution helps save time and eliminates the bottlenecks that obstruct access to care.”
“Our providers love the program,” says Jennifer Blackmon, Clinical Director at Craven County. “The document manager in CureMD is great; they can find patient scanned records quickly and easily. Everything is right at their fingertips. The ePrescribing is great; the providers love it because it saves them time. With the entire State visit forms included in CureMD, they can complete their notes in less time.”
For more information, please visit www.curemd.com/public-health.asp.