LVM Systems, a leader in healthcare call center software solutions, announced that its Centaurus Telehealth Triage software is now available for physician offices. Previously, the software was available only for multi-license clinics and hospital call centers. “With the evolution of our Centaurus software, we have been able to create a turnkey product that raises the productivity of physician offices,” said Jake Johnson, vice president of .Net applications.
The Centaurus Telehealth Triage software does not require physician offices to purchase additional equipment; the software’s functionality is available via a secure, Internet connection. The software works with a practice'”s existing electronic medical records systems, which helps practices comply with HIPAA requirements.
“Recently we’ve gotten requests from physicians to make available physician practice nurse triage,” said Les Mortensen, president and chief information officer. “We modified our current nurse triage software that has been in the market for 10 years and developed a quality software product for a practice that can be implemented quickly and affordably.”
The package includes office hours protocols created by Dr. Barton Schmitt and Dr. David Thompson. The physician office nurse triage package’s base price is $59 per license per month.
[Posted by Peter DeHaan for AnswerStat magazine, a medical healthcare publication from Peter DeHaan Publishing Inc.]