As medical groups look for ways to drive productivity and differentiate themselves in a dynamic, competitive market, CareCloud is making it easier for them to build out their healthcare IT suite with diverse technologies that improve workflows for physicians, staff and patients. CareCloud, the platform for high-growth medical groups, has reached a new milestone of 2 million API calls per day from integration partners, the company announced today. This represents almost 750 million data transactions with third parties in a year. As part of its commitment to partnering with other leading technology companies, CareCloud will showcase the ease of integration with its open platform at a demo with Google Cloud at HIMSS19.
Medical groups have been stuck for years with only incremental improvements to their technology, most of which was built decades ago, said Ken Come, CareCloud CEO. Our focus is on delivering a modern, open platform with the enterprise technology capabilities that practices need to connect, scale and compete in a consumer-focused and value-based landscape for many years to come.
Large multi-site medical groups, in particular, are increasingly turning to CareCloud to deliver the advanced enterprise capabilities they need to connect their own healthcare IT portfolio. CareCloud client NH Neurospine Institute is a 25-provider specialty group with 3 locations in the Bedford, New Hampshire area that is using technology to accelerate their growth. The group is integrating an automated appointment reminder app to reduce appointment no-shows and a patient health outcomes tracking app to assess patient functionality after surgery with their electronic health record, CareCloud Charts.
These integrations with CareCloud Charts are cutting 2-3 hours of repetitive data entry time out of our staffs day, which makes everyone happy because wed much rather spend that time focusing on our patients, said Tiffany Waddington, Director of Operations, NH Neurospine Institute. CareClouds open architecture and helpful staff makes adding new technology less cumbersome for me and my operations team — were already in the process of onboarding our next app.
In addition to partnering with apps and service technology companies to provide clients with access to a variety of point solutions, CareClouds open and modern platform enables deep collaboration with other leading organizations to leverage advanced data management, analytics and technologies. Most recently, CareCloud announced it had joined the Google Cloud technology partner program. Through this relationship, CareCloud will accelerate the continued expansion of its cloud platform with a focus on interoperability, leveraging Google Clouds Healthcare API.
At HIMSS19, CareCloud will showcase its ability to integrate G Suite tools with its platform, specifically demonstrating the use of Google Meet to enable telehealth visits via CareClouds Breeze Mobile Patient Engagement Application. This technology demo is part of Google Clouds Patient Experience Demo at Google Clouds Exhibit Booth #2221.
To learn more about CareClouds platform and see a list of current CareCloud Connect Program integration partners, visit: https://www.carecloud.com/partners/. Developers interested in digging into the CareCloud platform APIs may do so at https://developer.carecloud.com/. Those attending HIMSS19 may visit the CareCloud booth #5768.
CareCloud is the leading provider of cloud-based revenue cycle management, practice management (PM), electronic health record (EHR), patient experience management (PXM), and telemedicine solutions for high-growth medical groups. CareCloud helps clients increase profitability, streamline workflow and improve patient care nationwide. The company currently manages more than $4.5 billion in annualized accounts receivable on its integrated clinical and financial platform. To learn more about CareCloud, visit www.carecloud.com.
Lynn Shepherd, CareCloud