New AxiaGram Mobile Communication App by HiMS Provides Health Care Professionals Ability to Transform Where, When and How Patient Care is Delivered

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Powered by Artificial Intelligence, HIPPA-Compliant and Simple-To-Use App Seamlessly Integrates Into any EHR to Improve Communication and Patient Health Outcomes

TUCSON, Ariz. - Arizonar -- Health Information Management Systems (HiMS) today announced the launch of AxiaGram, a powerful all-in-one mobile communication app that can seamlessly work with any existing Electronic Health Record (EHR) platform. AxiaGram was designed with health care professionals in mind to provide them the freedom to complete required tasks at the right time and in the right place without having to continually switch between multiple software applications.

"Physicians, clinical staff and patients need to communicate constantly throughout the day and complete required health care documentation," said Khalid Al-Maskari, founder and CEO of HiMS. "We created AxiaGram after discovering there was need for a secure and centralized mobile tool that could increase productivity, elevate patient care coordination and eliminate disconnects that lead to medical errors."

According to The Joint Commission, ineffective communication is the root cause of 66% of medical errors. Market intelligence leader Open Minds states 40% of staff's time (two days per week) is spent on clinical documentation, yet 15% - 45% of the documentation has missing or erroneous information. To improve clinical performance, the AxiaGram mobile app features:
  • The ability to integrate with any EHR platform with a secure API that is easily customizable
  • A centralized communications platform that includes audio/video conferencing for telehealth or internal discussions, instant messaging, shareable news feeds and more
  • Built-in artificial intelligence (AI) that powers voice recognition to document patient encounters and clinical plans quickly, no keyboard required
  • Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) capability
  • Unique authentication, data encryption and audit logging to ensure HIPPA compliance
  • Care coordination abilities across multiple disciplines and care settings to reduce administrative burdens for clinicians
"AxiaGram is a game-changer for integrated health care providers," said Rod Cook, CEO of COPE Community Services. "We're looking forward to having the opportunity to document patient encounters and clinical plans quickly with voice recognition without a keyboard."

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AxiaGram Connect

Patient-centered care is also made possible by the integrated AxiaGram Connect patient portal. By harnessing the power of technology in a mobile device, AxiaGram Connect provides real-time interactions that improve patient and caregiver engagement and help patients adopt preventive health behaviors.

Patients can view health records and lab results, sign documents, schedule appointments, and request medication refills. AxiaGram Connect also seamlessly links to wearable devices so that patients can monitor vitals and track progress in their healthcare journey.

Clinicians can use AxiaGram Connect to document changes in clinical outcomes with no keyboard required, link to clinical data, improve workflows, reduce administrative burden and satisfy meaningful work requirements.

Incorporating an effective tool like AxiaGram Connect into patient encounters can:
  • Improve chronic disease management with real-time interactions
  • Increase revenue opportunities by chatting or texting multiple times per day with patients and freeing up time for additional patient visits
  • Enhance communication among providers practicing between multiple sites or settings
  • Eliminate poorly coordinated care transitions and high emergency room readmission rates
  • Increase provider satisfaction rates
To learn more about AxiaGram, visit: https://www.axiagram.ai.

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Contact
Linda Capcara, Brodeur Partners, lcapcara@brodeur.com
Kirk Masters, HiMS, kmasters@hmsfirst.com
***@brodeur.com


Source: Health Information Management Systems
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