Dallas, TX, July 02, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Even though this year marks the 10 year anniversary of WaveTwo, the company is anything but reminiscent as it unveils new programs and resources to change the game of modern healthcare.
WaveTwo’s latest development, called Practice InsightsSM, involves a sleek program that transforms a health clinic’s preexisting data program into an array of graphs, charts, and dials. Designed to look like the dashboard of a pilot or driver, Practice InsightsSM enables clinics to compare statistics of individual patients, chart patterns of physicians within the clinic, and compare your practice to national averages. What’s more, the program has a special tracker for preventative measures, which will enable physicians to begin observing and recording this relatively uncharted aspect of healthcare.
The bottom line is that WaveTwo’s new program has the potential to revolutionize the efficiency and standard of patient care in both primary care clinics and specialist clinics alike. In particular, Primary care providers are overworked, underpaid, and often have to choose between providing quality care and a sustainable business model. Many of these physicians’ salaries are dictated by insurance companies, and as such, their income has remained relatively the same since the 1990s, despite increases in inflation. Because of this, fewer and fewer doctors are choosing this profession, while the demand increases, which could result in a shortage of over 91,500 doctors by 2020.
Through Practice InsightsSM, WaveTwo hopes to empower doctors with better organization and time management, enabling them to seize control of their clinic, analyze wasted costs, and evolve. The company is providing a definitive solution for a problem long over-due.
WaveTwo began as a simple, father-son team in 2002 that sought to transform organizations through technology. Since then, the company has expanded into a prominent force in Health IT Services, aiding more than 1,000 clinics throughout several states. Currently the North Texas company has an array of services, including an emergency IT response service called OneCallSM, intense technical support for EHR programs, and even a system that provides analytics to facilitate the expansion and development of medical real estate.
Although the company’s not sure what the next 10 years will hold, John Arnott II, one of the senior partners, plans to continue “transforming organizations.” With the problems plaguing the Healthcare system, clinics, and doctors these days, they certainly have a lot of ground to cover.