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Phreesia's Enhanced Integration Capabilities Provide Better Patient Management for Medical Practices
Date:5/24/2011

NEW YORK, May 24, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- As part of its efforts to facilitate the adoption and integration of technology in clinics, hospitals and medical offices, Phreesia today released details on its robust integration capabilities. Phreesia's solution, used by over 10,000 clinicians nationwide, replaces the traditional patient clipboard, and automates the check-in process for patients and practice staff.

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In the first quarter of 2011, Phreesia expanded its integration capabilities and partnerships to over 85 unique workflow solutions. Designed to integrate with most scheduling, billing and clinical solutions software products (EHR/PMS/EMR/RCM), Phreesia also has the capability to integrate with multiple products at once.

Through its online practice portal, the Phreesia Dashboard, Phreesia integration allows practices to easily pre-populate patient demographics, insurance, scheduling and billing information, accelerating the check-in process and improving data quality. The company utilizes a robust HL7 interface and has the ability to support CCR and CCD documents and other industry standards, including HL7 DFT segments with financial transaction results. Phreesia offers a variety of integration options for its clients, allowing practices to customize the way they manage patient data.

"By expanding our integration capabilities and giving practices the freedom to integrate with multiple software products, our clients can further automate their workflow and reduce the amount of manual work required—from scheduling to check-in to collecting payments. With its enhanced integration capabilities, Phreesia makes running a practice more productive and more profitable," says Evan Roberts, Phreesia's chief technology officer. Phreesia streamlines and automates workflow for front-office staff and physicians, allowing them to focus more on providing appropriate patient care and less on the administrative burdens of running a practice.

About Phreesia

Phreesia, the patient check-in company, automates patient intake, allowing medical practices to collect patient information effortlessly, verify insurance and collect payments at the point of care. Phreesia delivers fully interactive content direct to patients, and is designed to interface with clinicians' existing and future technology. Phreesia is committed to enhancing the patient experience and enabling clinicians to stay at the forefront of patient care. For more information visit www.phreesia.com.


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