Los Angeles, CA, January 02, 2019–(PR.com)–Health-e-Medrecord (HEMR), a patient-centered, physician-designed solution to enhance electronic health records announced on December 27, 2018 the release of their 2019 QCDR in partnership with the Ventura County Medical Association (VCMA). Physicians, physician’s assistants and nurse practitioner’s can register at www.hemrqcdr/register.
The VCMA-HEMR QCDR is the first and only CMS-approved MIPS reporting tool which incorporates the Medcordance ePOLST and Advance Care Planning platform. This uniquely integrated QCDR and ePOLST clinical repository allows healthcare providers in all specialties to report ePOLST submissions as a quality measure under the Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS).
“The functionality and ease-of-use of Medcordance ePOLST and Advance Care Planning platform was created with a mission to ensure that patients with chronic and terminal conditions receive care concordant with their treatment preferences,” said Dr. Carlo Reyes, CEO & co-founder of HEMR. “Physicians can now easily provide advance care planning to better identify their end-of-life treatment preferences then easily submit these orders for life-sustaining treatment into a registry that is accessible during emergencies to providers across transitions of care.”
Health-e-MedRecord has worked with VCMA since 2013 to help connect physicians and patients to improve patient outcomes and communication between providers and their clients.
Health-e-MedRecord (HEMR) is a patient-centered, physician-designed platform that focuses on connecting patients and providers with only the most relevant patient information needed to deliver the best patient care possible. The HEMR suite of applications places the patient at the center of a network of physicians, hospitals, caregivers, and first-responders through intuitive interfaces that are simple to use and enhances provider and patient workflows. HEMR’s flagship platform is Medcordance, the nation’s first electronic POLST and Advance Care Planning platform certified by CMS for MACRA and MIPS reporting. The VCMA-HEMR QCDR is offered in collaboration with the Ventura County Medical Association, the Ventura County Coalition for Compassionate Care, and Health-e-MedRecord. Learn more about HEMR at www.health-e-medrecord.com or call (877) 693-5191.