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MD Revolution RevUp
First Look 2022

author - Schafer Jackson
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Schafer Jackson
author - Aurene Wilford
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Aurene Wilford
 
June 10, 2022 | Read Time: 1  minute

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Healthcare organizations are increasingly needing to provide wraparound care and attention to a large number of patients outside of office visits, often in remote settings. They want to be able to track patient conditions, offer interventions, and improve outcomes while minimizing the workload of clinical staff and maintaining financial viability. This report is a first look at MD Revolution’s care management platform, RevUp, which assesses, manages, and monitors patients—thereby assisting care managers and proactively encouraging remote patient engagement.

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Current Time Inside Cache Tag Helper: 11/28/2022 8:40:43 AM and Model.reportId = 2847

Key Findings:

  1. MD Revolution RevUp Customer Experience: An Initial Look
  2. KLAS’ Points to Ponder
  3. MD Revolution: Company Profile at a Glance
  4. Solution Technical Specifications (provided by MD Revolution)
author - Madison Moniz
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Madison Moniz
author - Mary Bentley
Project Manager
Mary Bentley
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