At Noteable, we’re constantly innovating so that we can bring real solutions to bear on the real challenges faced by providers. One such challenge, that’s become much more critical in recent months, is the need to carefully manage authorization units to prevent over or under utilization on an authorization. So we’ve developed a way in the system to make this easier, because that’s what we do.Read More
Most Medicaid MCOs require authorizations to be faxed. Providers know they need to keep confirmations because sometimes the MCOs claim to not have received the fax. This leads to wasted paper and wasted time digging up the confirmation and re-sending the authorization.
Now you can send reports by fax and easily confirm transmission at any time from within Noteable, when you enable our e-faxing feature.Read More
We’ve released a number of improvements to digital signature handling in Noteable and wanted to let everyone know about it! Our commitment is continual, meaningful improvement based on feedback from our community. Our stringent feature roadmap process ensures that our development time is always spent building things that actually matter to our users. So we want to make sure our users know when there’s something new that will enable them to deliver better care!Read More
Behavioral health care providers base their sense of professional satisfaction on providing the highest quality care to their clients. Yet, regulations intended to protect the “rights of patients to high-quality care” are actually hindering providers from doing so by perpetuating a medical industrial complex that incentivizes unqualified software vendors to build and sell bad software in the name of compliance, rather than to compete on the basis of ergonomics, user-friendliness and build quality.Read More
If you're not already using a medical practice management (MPM) system, it might be difficult to justify, in your mind, the initial and ongoing cost of adopting one. You might feel like you're doing just fine without one, just using spreadsheets and word processing software to get by. And it's true that adopting an MPM that isn't right for your company can certainly cause more problems than it solves. So we've compiled a framework to help you decide, first, whether to buy one at all, and, second, how to decide on one.Read More