Better Care Starts With Encounter-based Tools

Better Care Starts With Encounter-based Tools

Tracking a member across an entire medical service history has been as complex as the member’s care journey itself. Until now.

DrFirst’s payer-sponsored Point of Care solution connects health plans with our EMR partners to enable sustainable, efficient network engagement.  We seamlessly integrate clinically relevant, actionable information within the encounter, so that your members will benefit from price transparency, lower-cost in-network referrals, and expedited authorizations.

With Point of Care, your provider network can develop more meaningful care plans, manage transitions of care and ensure quality outcomes at predictable costs consistent with NCQA, HEDIS, and Medicare Star requirements.

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Timely CCDA Extracts.

Electronic health records constantly morph as new member information is added. DrFirst extracts and sends continuity of care documents (CCD) post-encounter, and likewise enables payers to return an augmented view, containing proprietary inputs that may assist in delivering member-centered care.


Backline Care Collaboration.

Backline innovatively and securely connects members with providers and payers. With the immediacy of a text and fully HIPAA-compliant, Backline enables mobile exchange of clinical information and supports immediate multilingual member-provider health dialogue, complementing Telehealth initiatives.


Better medication adherence. Optimal health outcomes.

myBenefitCheck delivers industry-leading member eligibility information, prior authorization requirements and price transparency for preferred prescription drugs. Armed with relevant insight, contracted providers are better positioned to drive therapeutic compliance and set achievable goals.

iPrescribe mobile e-prescribing with MedHx leverages our national reach and connectivity to aggregate a rolling 12 months of medication history data, reducing the risk of adverse drug events and setting the stage for real provider-member dialogue about accessibility, efficacy, price and treatment goals.

For payers and providers alike, these applications mitigate the risk of additional hospitalizations and readmissions compliance in high-risk populations with chronic conditions.