Bon Secours Mercy Health Adds Additional Departments to Deepen Relationship with Proficient Health

Last Updated: On August 02, 2021

GREENSBORO, N.C. – August 2, 2021 – Today Proficient Health® announced that longtime customer Bon Secours Mercy Health, a health system with 50 hospitals in 7 states, has added surgical services to their departments using PH Capture® to eliminate paper-based processes. 

PH Capture is currently being used in over 20 hospitals and departments through the Bon Secours Mercy Health system. PH Capture, an electronic fax and document management solution, has a tailored workflow to fit each department. All incoming communication is converted into digital files to be managed through seamless and secure workflows prior to going into the patient’s chart in each EHR. 

Surgical services teams are able to easily create a patient encounter, and send scheduling requests to the centralized scheduling department. When the orders are received, they are worked through PH Capture until scheduled with the patient, and a notification is sent back to the ordering provider. Seamless workflows make communicating and scheduling simple for everyone.

“Proficient Health’s ongoing relationship has strengthened over the years as we have worked together to find best solutions for their departments,” says Robb Hutchison, chief executive officer of Proficient Health. “As we continue to expand throughout the organization we are helping to increase patient and provider satisfaction while improving overall care delivery through improved efficiencies.

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Proficient Health is a healthcare information technology company specializing in solutions for the secure exchange of referrals and clinical information. Our affordable, online services and mobility solutions connect physicians, hospitals and other healthcare providers – helping them easily share and manage information, improve service and care delivery, drive down costs, speed reimbursement and get more out of their electronic medical records platform.