MedAptus has announced that it has partnered with athenahealth through athenahealth’s More Disruption Please (MDP) program. Together the companies will work to link athenahealth’s growing network of more than 59,000 health care providers with the capabilities of MedAptus that enable timelier, more accurate revenue capture and simplified patient management for clinicians rounding in acute care settings.
“MedAptus has been delivering powerful, intuitive solutions for caregivers for nearly 15 years. Our Pro suite is proven to help providers get paid more, get paid faster and all at less cost. Beyond our toolkit’s aim to drive improved revenue capture, operational charge management and advanced business analytics, the Pro software permits clinicians to more easily manage admitted patients and communicate across settings,” said Eugene Schneider, MedAptus President and CEO.
athenahealth is a cloud-based services company with a vision to build an information backbone to help make health care work as it should. Through the MDP program, athenahealth is accelerating high-value innovation via the cloud, providing new services to help providers thrive in the face of industry change and pressure. MDP partners with innovators, entrepreneurs, companies, investors, and individuals–those who are passionate about disrupting established approaches in health care that simply aren’t working, aren’t good enough, or aren’t advancing the industry. MDP invites qualified companies like MedAptus to gain access to the more than 59,000 providers that are already plugged into athenahealth’s cloud-based network.
“MedAptus has a track record of serving physician mobile workflow needs regardless of specialty and care location which is why we are happy to partner with them on the Marketplace,” said Kyle Armbrester, Vice President of Business Development at athenahealth. “Our clinical end-users adopting MedAptus can benefit from easier charge capture today in ICD-9 and in the future with ICD-10, and experience seamless integration with athenaCollector.”