Dosher Memorial Hospital Selects DocsInk as Mobile Charge Capture Platform

Dosher Memorial Hospital adopts revolutionary application proven to increase revenue and improve care coordination. Hospital and community medical providers are connected and able to communicate in real-time about their shared patient population.

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We are excited to implement DocsInk to help us achieve the financial, workflow and communication goals of our hospital and its physicians.

Wilmington, North Carolina (PRWEB) May 17, 2014

DocsInk announced today that Dosher Memorial Hospital has chosen their innovative mobile charge capture and clinical communications application to help maximize the hospital’s revenue cycle.

Based in Southport, NC, Dosher’s leadership is committed to providing the best technology to their physicians and staff. Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Brad Hilaman stated, “We are excited to implement DocsInk to help us achieve the financial, workflow and communication goals of our hospital and its physicians.”

Dosher Hospital was seeking a solution that would easily allow its physicians to bill for services at the point-of-care, without impeding normal clinical workflows. After much consideration, DocsInk was chosen for their ease of use, proven ability to increase revenue by 15% within 45 days, value-added services, and unparalleled level of support.    

In addition to providing an industry leading mobile charge capture solution, DocsInk will also assist Dosher in improving their patient care coordination. Secure admission and discharge notifications will be sent to primary care physicians and other care team members. The medical providers within the community will now be connected, regardless of their chosen electronic medical record or practice management system, and will be able to easily communicate about patient care.    

“Our mobile platform was built to accommodate both the financial and communication needs of our providers,” said DocsInk co-founder and CEO Julie Thomas. DocsInk is dedicated to helping medical professionals meet their quality, efficiency and financial goals, all while improving patient care coordination. By providing real-time data to providers, this medical application is helping reduce costs, increase efficiencies and improve overall population health and outcomes. “We are excited to work with Dosher and look forward to the positive impact we are sure to bring to their organization and the Southport community as a whole,” added Thomas.

About DocsInk
DocsInk’s revolutionary mobile application is available for download in iTunes and Google Play. Designed for use by medical providers who render patient care in hospitals, ambulatory facilities, multiple outpatient offices, skilled nursing facilities, ACO’s, and home health agencies, DocsInk addresses the financial and communication needs of medical professionals with the following integrated functionality: mobile charge capture, secure texting and messaging, referral/consult management, automated admission and discharge notifications, sharing of clinical data and images, transitional care/patient discharge dashboards, billing dashboards, telehealth video sessions, proprietary patient portal, and reporting and data analytics. To learn more about DocsInk, visit https://www.docsink.com/.

About Dosher Memorial Hospital
Dosher Memorial Hospital is a Critical Access community hospital located in Southport, NC. Dedicated to quality care, they are fully accredited by the Joint Commission, have among the lowest post-operative infection rates in the State of North Carolina, and have received national care quality awards. The facility is undergoing a multi-million dollar construction project which will renovate a total of 12,000 square feet of the hospital, and will add 6,000 additional square feet to their inpatient facility. Services include cardiac rehabilitation, diagnostic imaging, emergency services, physical therapy, diabetes education, respiratory therapy, laboratory services, and surgical procedures.


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