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The 5 Best Office Management Apps for Medical Practices

Streamline workflows and coordinate patient care with these apps
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Oct 13, 2021
Doctor and Businessman

There’s an app for practically everything. With so much of people’s lives on our mobile devices, from entertainment to communication, it makes sense that there would also be tools to help in the workplace as well. The healthcare industry is no exception. There are apps for doctors, apps for patients, and even apps for the office management of medical practices.

These are the 5 best office management apps for medical practices.

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1. Twiage

Cost: Annual subscription fee varies based on practice’s needs. (Requires additional fees for training and implementation.)

Best For: Emergency healthcare providers

Twiage is an award-winning app that coordinates medical teams so they can work together to provide the best possible care for patients. Medical practices can use Twiage to streamline workflows and to coordinate and accelerate patient care between different medical teams.

You can access Twiage as a web app.

Twiage is designed for use by:

  • EMS and paramedics
  • ED physicians
  • Stroke teams
  • Cardiac teams
  • Trauma teams
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2. IM Your Doc

Cost: Free

Best For: Patient relations and management

IM Your Doc is an app that enables real-time HIPAA-compliant messaging between doctors and patients. The app can be used for video consulting, long-term care, secure texting, and more. It can also help to coordinate care for a patient. Communication technology is more important than ever before with the changes brought by the COVID-19 pandemic. Plus, the app can help streamline unbillable events within the medical practice, leaving more time for the billable ones.

You can access IM Your Doc through the Google Play Store and the App Store

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3. Epocrates

Cost: Free with in-app purchases

Best For: Determining prescriptions

Epocrates is an app that is already used by at least a million health care professionals worldwide. A popular feature of the app is its information about drug interactions. The app can save doctors time by quickly providing information about which medical interactions could impact a patient, enabling them to more easily make a decision about what to prescribe a patient. The app can also identify pills that a patient already has even if there isn’t any medical record of that pill in the patient’s file.

You can access Epocrates using their web app or by downloading the app from the Google Play Store or the App Store.

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4. Weave

Cost: $750 one-time setup feed, $399 core product per month (add-ons available)

Best For: Practice management

Weave is an app that can help medical practitioners to manage their practices. The app includes tools for scheduling and communication as well as a virtual assistant. Weave can help save doctors time, allowing them to devote more attention to patients.

You can access Weave through their website.

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5. Doximity

Cost: Free

Best For: Patient communication

Doximity is a medical network in mobile app form that connects medical professionals. The app also offers telemedicine features and helps doctors connect with their patients digitally. With Doximity’s medical network, physicians can easily and quickly locate a specialist as well as stay on top of industry news and articles.

You can access Doximity by downloading the app in the Google Play Store or App Store.

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