DJO Global announces launch of software to increase patient satisfaction, clinic productivity

DJO Global Inc. announced the launch of its MotionMD software solution at the Annual Conference of the American Association of Orthopaedic Executives.

According to a company press release, the software system is a web-based point-of-care solution to streamline claims management and inventory dispensing. With the software, orthopedic clinics will reportedly be able to improve patient satisfaction, increase billing compliance and streamline workflow regarding clinic records. MotionMD allows physicians and administrators to develop and implement diagnosis-driven protocols for optimal patient results, according to the release.

“We were eager to debut MotionMD at [American Association of Orthopaedic Executives] AAOE this year because this key audience of orthopedic executives will be significantly impacted by our technology,” Mike Edwards, vice president of health care solutions at DJO Global, said in the release. “Our industry insight clearly indicates that patient loads are increasing, reimbursement is declining and medical guidelines are more demanding than ever. With MotionMD, we are giving health care providers an easy-to-use tool that will streamline claims, support compliant billing and manage inventory, allowing them to deliver best-in-class patient care.”

According to the release, the software flags inaccurate and missing data throughout the process of physician approvals and can be used as a checkpoint for the creation of timely billing documentation.

 

Reference:

www.djoglobal.com/motionmd

DJO Global Inc. announced the launch of its MotionMD software solution at the Annual Conference of the American Association of Orthopaedic Executives.

According to a company press release, the software system is a web-based point-of-care solution to streamline claims management and inventory dispensing. With the software, orthopedic clinics will reportedly be able to improve patient satisfaction, increase billing compliance and streamline workflow regarding clinic records. MotionMD allows physicians and administrators to develop and implement diagnosis-driven protocols for optimal patient results, according to the release.

“We were eager to debut MotionMD at [American Association of Orthopaedic Executives] AAOE this year because this key audience of orthopedic executives will be significantly impacted by our technology,” Mike Edwards, vice president of health care solutions at DJO Global, said in the release. “Our industry insight clearly indicates that patient loads are increasing, reimbursement is declining and medical guidelines are more demanding than ever. With MotionMD, we are giving health care providers an easy-to-use tool that will streamline claims, support compliant billing and manage inventory, allowing them to deliver best-in-class patient care.”

According to the release, the software flags inaccurate and missing data throughout the process of physician approvals and can be used as a checkpoint for the creation of timely billing documentation.

 

Reference:

www.djoglobal.com/motionmd