WEST PALM BEACH, Fla., Oct. 12, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — InnovaQor, Inc. (A Nevada Corporation) (OTC: VMCS), today announced the launch of an automated implementation process for their Medical Mime EHR solution.
InnovaQor is pleased to confirm its subsidiary Medical Mime has launched an automated implementation process to make it easier for rehabilitation and substance abuse treatment centers to transition from an existing EHR to its Medical Mime solution.
Operational disruption moving from one system to a more robust and efficient platform, is a major challenge for all rehabilitation and substance abuse treatment centers and can be an insurmountable hurdle for many providers who want to transition to a new solution. Medical Mime’s automated implementation process removes this hurdle and reduces paperwork and time required during a typical implementation. Medical Mime aims to create efficiencies and reduce loss for its customers by improving the volume intake through a more streamlined and accountable process that is less reliant on staff input or completion.
“We are confident that we can implement our Medical Mime solution for the substance abuse sector into an operating facility within one week without disruption to normal day-to-day business.” said Sharon Hollis, CEO of InnovaQor, Inc. “This automation creates opportunity for Medical Mime to significantly grow its customer base in an efficient and cost-effective manner and is the first of a number of improvements we are implementing on this product to expand market share.”
“We remain focused on our plans to develop an intelligent platform that should create a new level of efficiency and added value for almost every clinician and executive in the medical sector and incorporate and offer many of our current solutions”, continued Ms. Hollis.
Further information can be found on our website at www.innovaqor.com
About InnovaQor, Inc.
InnovaQor creates innovative technology solutions that allow medical providers and facilities to effectively enhance their business and processes while protecting their assets and patient data.
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