Regardless of size, organizations need an electronic health record (EHR) that not only scales to meet changing needs but offers the configuration and flexibility to best suit their clinical and billing workflows. myEvolv includes the features of a high-value EHR, including interoperability and reporting support, but at a reasonable price with quick and easy implementation.
myEvolv enables agencies to efficiently manage referrals, scheduling, billing and much more, all at an affordable cost. myEvolv provides a holistic view of an individual, helping human services organizations achieve the whole-person care necessary to thrive in a value-based world. Check out the variety of demonstration videos based on specific workflows, topics or tasks.
An overview of how to document a placement disruption, example being when a client is taken to a hospital for care, and how staff can also track the incident that led to the placement disruption for reporting purposes.
myEvolv has the ability to combine multiple services provided in a period (day, week, month) into a single claim. This feature is known as “consolidated services” and is when the solution rolls up multiple services in a period and calculate units either on an individual service level or a combined service level.
View this high level introduction on how a direct service provider could access myEvolv to document shift notes, complete service encounter information quickly and efficiently, and more.
Learn more about the standard finance reports that your organization may use in order to see a complete view of the financial transactions and activities based upon your clinical documentation.
This feature can allow an organization to setup additional billing rules to ensure that the clinical documentation on file supports the requirements established by their funding source(s).
This feature is useful for when an agency needs to override the standard setup rate for a unique situation (example: when an agency has received approval for a rate that is different (either higher or lower) than the agency standard rate for a particular program/service.
Providers can create a new treatment plan for any program the client is enrolled in. Through the use of libraries (Wiley Treatment Libraries and/or through the creation of your own treatment libraries) the clinician can be guided by providing appropriate goals, objectives and interventions.