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ReDoc Software and FOTO Launch Full Integration of Documentation and Outcomes Measurement Solution

May 10, 2013

The ReDoc and FOTO full integration enhances the patient documentation and outcomes measurement program for outpatient rehabilitation services.

Knoxville, TN (PRWEB) May 10, 2013

ReDoc Software (ReDoc), the leader in documentation and management software for outpatient rehabilitation services, and Focus on Therapeutic Outcomes, Inc. (FOTO), a medical rehabilitation company that measures and reports functional outcomes, announced the full integration of the companies´ innovative products.

Full Integration of the two systems means that all of FOTO’s functionality and reports can be accessed directly through ReDoc. The FOTO reports and outcomes automatically become part of the patient´s permanent medical record. Functional Limitation Reporting and tracking G-codes is now simple. ReDoc is the first therapy electronic medical record (EMR) to be fully integrated with FOTO.

“FOTO´s structured, reliable and valid data collection/outcome tools and massive comparative database are the best in the business,” said Gerry Stone, PT., M.Ed., Founder and Chief Clinical Officer of ReDoc Software. “FOTO´s easy-to-use functionality embedded with ReDoc´s array of powerful documentation, scheduling, business management and billing interface tools is everything any outpatient therapy clinic will require to meet the regulatory challenges of today and the years to come.”

Al Amato, PT, MBA, FOTO´s President stated that “he is excited that ReDoc and FOTO have completed the first full integration of our software to allow mutual customers increased efficiency as they manage patient data. The medical rehabilitation provider can be overwhelmed with managing compliance demands from payers and legislation. This partnership should ease that burden and allow the clinician more time to focus on patient care.”

FOTO is dedicated to standardizing industry communication about the effectiveness of patient care. The company´s database is the largest and most valid external directory for rehabilitation that measures functional outcomes for orthopedic, neurological, work hardening / work conditioning, pain management, cardiovascular pulmonary, and pelvic floor dysfunction patients.

About ReDoc Software

ReDoc Software (ReDoc) has been the leader in therapy documentation and management software for nearly two decades. ReDoc understands the unique business and clinical needs of physical therapists, occupational therapists, and speech-language pathologists in outpatient hospitals and private practices. ReDoc is focused on providing solutions for therapists to efficiently document patient care to improve reimbursement, increase profitability, and most importantly, enhance patient care and satisfaction. All of the company´s solutions maintain current industry standards with Microsoft and HL-7 and are interoperable with multiple office systems. To learn more, visit ReDocSoftware.com.

About FOTO

FOTO is a Knoxville, TN, based corporation that has been continuously improving solutions that efficiently and reliably measure and report functional outcomes for the Rehab industry for 20 years. FOTO’s web-based solutions are risk-adjusted to enable fair and accurate measurement and predictions of the expected improvement in a patient´s functional status. Approximately 5 million patient surveys have been compiled in the FOTO database, and researchers have utilized FOTO data to publish over 85 articles on functional outcomes in refereed medical journals. These publications have led the way in enhancing the science of measuring outcomes and the use of outcomes in payment methodologies. FOTO is considered the standard in measuring functional outcomes in Rehabilitation.

For detailed information on the integration or to learn more about FOTO´s products and services, visit FOTO, Inc. or contact Judy Holder at 1-800-482-3686 x238.

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