Wellness should benefit everyone: prevention for patients, streamlined process for practitioners, and reimbursement for practices. But despite meaning well, Medicare doesn’t make it easy. Prevounce’s intuitive software platform turns sticky into simple, with accurate documentation and coding that helps practitioners get paid for helping patients get and stay healthier.
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At its core, the Medicare Wellness Exam is a complex set of requirements that correspond with a comprehensive survey of patient health. Miss one, and your ability to be reimbursed is jeopardized. Prevounce helps practitioners meet and document every action item required by Medicare, from health risk assessment to family history, to the often-overlooked creation of a qualifying report and plan for patients.
Simplification and streamlining of how HRA info is gathered that saves practitioners time in the exam room.
Pre-visit surveys and step-through question sets that increase info-gathering accuracy and efficiency.
Digital patient outreach that gives practitioners more detailed information at the start of the patient interview, so deeper questions can be asked more quickly.
Automated plan and scheduling designed to save time and lessen the overall cost of each AWV as well as reduce audit risk.
Reduce AWV time spent to
minutes per patient
Reduce preventive visits to
minutes per patient
Increase revenue up to
While Advance Care Planning – a face-to-face discussion between patient and practitioner about end-of-life options – is an optional part of the AWV, it’s an important feature of Prevounce’s total wellness platform. Helping patients handle this vital planning is key to keeping system costs low, and assuring patients’ final wishes are met. It’s done with no out of pocket cost to the patient, and Prevounce’s system ensures all parts of the ACP process are met, ensuring practices receive the increased reimbursement of $80 for the first 30 minutes of patient time.