Seamlessly connect your practice’s other software systems with WebPT to reduce errors while increasing efficiency and productivity.
Interoperability is the way of the future—and for good reason. After all, when systems talk to each other, it not only reduces errors, but also fosters truly patient-centered care. And that means better results—in terms of both cost savings and patient outcomes.
When your practice’s information exists in disparate systems, you’re bound to waste time toggling between those platforms, double-entering your data, and tracking down the information you want. But when all of your systems connect, you can give all of that time back to your patients.
In this day and age, running a successful rehab therapy practice requires more than providing exceptional patient care. Today’s therapists also have to worry about creating complete, compliant, defensible documentation as well as ensuring accurate billing for the services they provide. The best way to help them do that? Provide them with an easy-to-use platform that includes every system they need to be successful—all in one place.
This type of integration allows patient registrations and information updates that occur in systems other than WebPT to transfer into WebPT. Source system provides HL7 ADT transactions that create and update patients in WebPT. Accepted information elements include:
This type of integration allows patient treatment information recorded in WebPT to transfer to a billing system for eventual claim submission and tracking. WebPT communicates HL7 ADT, BAR, and DFT transactions that will create claims for patients. Provided information elements include:
This type of integration allows patient treatment details, examination information, and care documentation recorded in WebPT to transfer to an EMR or document store for centralized access and/or physician review. WebPT provides HL7 MDM/ORU transactions whenever a document is completed. WebPT creates a PDF document that is then embedded in the message in Base64 encoded format. Provided information elements include: