MCN: The Telemedicine Network ™
Medical Collaboration Network (MCN)- is a national telemedicine care coordination network. MCN is FREE for U.S. providers.
Any U.S. provider with a valid NPI number can join MCN, for free, and exchange HIPAA compliant clinical data: messages and files, as well as hold live video visits with other U.S. providers across organizations and states.
Upgrade the service and use MCN with patients & others
Upgrading MCN will generate for you and your practice, a new source of ongoing income. Here are some of the benefits:
Who can use MCN?
MCN service was designed to provide telemedicine and care coordination services to any health provider.
The service can be easily integrated to the work flow of any provider as a single link.
This includes but not limited to:
Why Care Coordination is critical?
There are many reasons why use care coordination and we are sure you aware of most, if not all, of them.
Avoiding repetitive tests, eliminating wrong information and billions in waste, are all valid and noble causes, but how you do it? Now with MCN, and more important, with your active participation, it’s all possible!
Additionally, , now that states have the chance to design and test new models of health care delivery and payment with the goal of improving health outcomes, improving patients experiences, and reducing health care spending, it makes perfect sense for you to use MCN and be prepare for imminent coming change at no cost or investment on your part!
Telemedicine: the growth engine for providers
Telemedicine is about to experience explosive growth. Expand your reach of customers, and generate residual income for you and/or your practice.
The shortage of physicians in rural areas combined with continuous development of telecommunications capabilities are a boon to the market for telemedicine services, according to a new report from Research and Markets.
The global telemedicine market, which stood at $14.2 billion in 2012, will have a compound annual growth rate of 18.5 percent through 2018, according to the report.
A $418 million pilot program to extend broadband networks to rural healthcare providers has been deemed a success by the Federal Communications Commission, particularly in fostering broadband-enabled telemedicine programs.
Eight reasons why providers should use MCN.
There are many reasons why, you as a provider, should use MCN. Here are eight of them:
It starts right here.
If you are a U.S. provider with a valid NPI number, you can start using the service, at no cost or a credit card.
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