SOURCE: BMS Practice Solutions
UPLAND, CA--(Marketwire - Jul 11, 2012) - BMS Practice Solutions, a leading provider of state-of-the-art healthcare technology, professional guidance for billing, coding, and other critical practice management decisions as well as operational training to physical and occupational therapy practice owners and their staff, is pleased to announce significant new functionality to its proprietary RevFlow® software. RevFlow now includes fully integrated, Web-based technology that provides Electronic Medical Records (EMR) and scheduling solutions to complement its comprehensive A/R management and reporting services.
"Our new RevFlow technology was designed for therapists by therapists. It enables PTs and OTs to quickly use our technology while treating patients and dramatically improves their ability to meet documentation standards, manage risk, adhere to compliance, and expedite payments," explained BMS Practice Solutions' president and CEO John Wallace, PT, MS, OCS.
Unlike other products, RevFlow offers superior EMR capabilities with minimal scrolling and clicking between data fields. It allows therapists to customize the product with their favorite treatments and protocols to save time and ensure that their documentation meets payer standards. RevFlow goes one step further by prompting for accurate procedure codes and the application of payments rules. As with all BMS Practice Solutions technology and services, outpatient rehabilitation clinics benefit from complete transparency. The RevFlow EMR offers digital patient charts with daily progress reports, evaluations, clinical outcomes, document scanning, and management.
With the RevFlow Scheduler, physical and occupational therapists may even schedule follow-up visits for their own patients rather than relying on an administrative or scheduling assistant. This leads to better treatment adherence while reducing the time patients would otherwise spend waiting in the lobby for scheduling by another staff member. In fact, the Scheduler enables clinics to plan time for providers, resources, and patients. It also reveals multiple patient appointments and identifies provider over bookings.
The RevFlow user-friendly interface makes it easier for administrative team members to manage multiple tasks as they communicate with patients, doctors' offices, and insurance payers. Its real-time data enables users to improve their day-to-day productivity and overall effectiveness. At the same time, newly hired individuals will have all the information they need at their fingertips to get up to speed quickly in their positions.
BMS Practice Solutions' practice management clinical and business experts will not only show practice owners how to harness the full power of RevFlow technology, but they will also provide one-on-one guidance to quickly increase a practice's revenue, payments per visit and net income, helping keep clinics of all sizes running more efficiently and profitably.
To learn more about RevFlow and the outpatient rehabilitation practice management services offered by BMS Practice Solutions, visit www.bmspracticesolutions.com.
About BMS Practice Solutions
Founded in 1988, BMS Practice Solutions is the largest company serving the independently owned practice community. It provides state-of-the-art technology, professional guidance, and operational training for physical therapy practice owners and their staff. The company's proven services transform outpatient therapy practices of all sizes by improving A/R management, compliance, cash flow, profitability, and productivity, while reducing operational expenses. Its new fully integrated Web-based RevFlow Practice Management System includes billing, A/R management, financial reporting, EMR and scheduling solutions. It enables practice owners to view critical real-time data with complete transparency and make informed management decisions. The company's corporate headquarters are based in Upland, California. It has regional offices throughout the United States and serves more than 500 practice locations in 38 states.