A Clinical Quality Management System (CQMS) allows an entire practice staff to take part in increasing the quality of care delivered to their patients. Acting as a real-time dashboard on care, a CQMS lets a care team know the status of each of their patients regarding needed preventive, screening and chronic disease management services based on practice-specified care guidelines. With tools to reach patients at the point-of-care and those not scheduled for a visit, a CQMS ensures the entire patient population is managed effectively and efficiently.
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