The new year has brought lots of change here at CognisantMD. The business is growing rapidly, with more and more clinics relying on our technology to do everything from checking in at a kiosk to sending patients appointment reminders and…
Ocean by CognisantMD™ connects patients, healthcare providers, and researchers using secure patient forms, screening tools, and surveys that integrate with the EMR. From tablets in the waiting room to online patient registration, Ocean is dramatically improving healthcare quality, efficiency, and the patient experience.
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Ottawa, Ontario, September 11, 2017 – Joule, the Canadian Medical Association’s (CMA) newest company, is partnering with CognisantMD to bring the Ocean Platform for patient engagement and eReferrals to Canadian physicians. Ocean is a secure, cloud-based platform that connects patients,…
Virtually everyone knows someone with a story of a faxed referral being lost, a specialist appointment being missed because they weren’t contacted, or someone who’s been left in the dark while waiting far too long for a healthcare referral. We’ve…
With our weekly software updates, there are always new features being added to Ocean. This can make it hard to keep up with the latest and greatest. This month, we clear up a few questions about the different ways you…
I believe that Ocean is one of the few advances in technology that actually impacts patient interaction. In my opinion it makes the visit more efficient from both a quality of care standpoint and a time standpoint. I am confident that in the future, it will become a “standard of care” practice.
When we started using Ocean, we saw immediate improvements to our patient flow and productivity. Not only did we eliminate the need to type and then file or scan intake forms, we also didn’t have to deal with the frustration of trying to transcribe handwritten forms.
Using Ocean in my practice could have literally saved lives. Two patients, who in the past denied suicidal thoughts, were able to confess this symptom on an Ocean form. The EMR combined with a patient tablet clearly proves itself here to be a medical instrument of great value.