Meaningful Use has put new strains on providers in terms of patient engagement, but these portals help ease the burden, says recent KLAS report.
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Intuit Health, known for being an EMR-agnostic solution, was rated as having good functionality, especially when it comes to bill payment. Satisfaction, though, was split between very positive and very negative experiences. Some respondents saw negative impact on company support after the Medfusion acquisition, while integration challenges exist for some communities with disparate EMRs. Intuit is typically used by physician groups, who find it user-friendly and appreciate its ability to handle physician referrals. Difficulties with interfaces, though, and slowdown in support have hurt the vendor's most recent KLAS scores.
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