Clearwave Announces Interface with Modernizing Medicine

Source: Clearwave

Clearwave, a provider of patient check-in solutions via mobile, kiosk and desktop, announced a new interface with award-winning health IT company, Modernizing Medicine. This announcement comes as Modernizing Medicine’s 2019 user conference, MOMENTUM, kicks off in Orlando, Florida.

The Clearwave and Modernizing Medicine interface offers a simple and efficient patient registration experience. With this collaboration, Clearwave can seamlessly interface with more practices using Modernizing Medicine’s electronic health record (EHR) system, EMA, and Practice Management (PM) system to enable a leading solution for front office performance, according to a company news release.

Medical professionals using Clearwave and Modernizing Medicine together can help ensure that their patients enjoy ease and efficiency during their appointment check-in. Clearwave has worked for more than a decade to solve the many front-office problems that are faced by medical practices across the nation through practice efficiency, insurance eligibility checks and point-of-service revenue collections.

“Medical professionals are constantly searching for new ways to incorporate cutting-edge technology into their patient experience and workflows,” said Brian Stone, co-founder of Clearwave. “This interface will help allow users to experience seamless patient registration across platforms, enabling them to enhance the way their front office runs.”

Some key benefits this new interface include:

  • Data Automation & Accuracy: Patient demographics are sent in near real-time from Clearwave’s patient self-service registration solution to Modernizing Medicine’s PM system to help keep the information updated.
  • Improved Front-Office Processes: The front desk team can identify where patients are in their registration process. Appointment statuses are updated within Modernizing Medicine’s PM system, as check-in and tracking statuses are changed in Clearwave’s platform.
  • Staff Efficiency: Staff no longer have to scan and make copies, helping them save time to complete other tasks. Scanned driver’s licenses and insurance cards, as well as signed consent forms, are saved to the patient’s medical record, so data is automatically captured and available.
  • Convenient Collections: Clearwave’s check-in includes point-of-service collections to streamline collecting copays or past due balances upon check-in


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