Medsender Partners with Kareo

Partnership with All-in-One Healthcare IT Platform Offers Healthcare Practices a Solution to Streamline Routine Workflows

Medsender, the leader in document automation for healthcare, announced today  a partnership with Kareo, a leading provider of cloud-based clinical and practice management software solutions for independent healthcare practices and billing companies. The partnership enables Kareo customers to access Medsender’s suite of document automation tools enabling providers to streamline routine document workflows.

Leveraging Medsender’s integration with Kareo, users are able to:

  • Get unstructured documents automatically labeled and saved to the correct patient’s charts. Medsender’s artificial intelligence (AI) automatically reads, labels and fills in record details such as patient demographics and document category before adding them to the chart.
  • 1-click send documents from Kareo. Send to any fax number, email, or cell phone with one click. Practices save hours sending documents and worrying about lost referrals or faxes.
  • Fill, sign, and edit documents digitally. Add text, signatures, and stamps to any document with one click and easily request signatures electronically and securely.

“Healthcare today runs largely on unstructured data, which forces practices to spend hours every day performing manual, repetitive work to retrieve and process documents,” said Zain Qayyum, Medsender’s Co-founder and CEO. “With Medsender’s AI platform, practices can automate these workflows within minutes, saving valuable time and resources. We are excited to partner with Kareo to offer this solution to their customers.”

“With Kareo powered by Medsender, we’re removing the friction for front-desk staff that’s associated with document transfers and security concerns within the practice workflow,” Carrie DeGroot, Vice President of Billing Solutions at Kareo, said. “Using this technology will enhance the provider-patient experience and improve operational efficiency.”

Kareo and PatientPop announced they merged in 2021 to form Tebra. Together they offer a unified platform for independent practice success.

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