Parachute Health in Healthcare


Parachute devices are designed to aid the falling of people or objects through Earth’s atmosphere, slowing their descent to minimize injuries on impact with the ground by creating drag forces against them and protecting them from falling directly through it.

Elite Medical Supply and Parachute Health have come together to make ordering medical equipment and supplies for patients online easier for clinicians. Their platform automates insurance documentation and CMNs and qualifies orders upfront.

ePrescribing for DME

Advanced digital healthcare technologies have revolutionized patient care. Electronic Health Records (EHRs), sophisticated wearable devices, and telemedicine/virtual consultation tools have proven invaluable to clinicians, patients and providers alike – but when it comes to DME/homecare providers, these advanced technologies have yet to make an impactful appearance in daily workflows.

EPrescribing allows DME suppliers to process orders faster than ever, speeding the delivery of medical equipment to patients. Certified by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, its software satisfies rigorous data security and privacy requirements that guarantee integrity and confidentiality in any exchange between healthcare professionals and suppliers.

At Parachute Health, we recognize many clinicians’ difficulty in filling out paperwork accurately and on time for orders, leading to costly delays and rework. Health systems rely on us as partners in order-to-delivery to deliver vital medical equipment faster to patients.

The Parachute Platform was explicitly created to streamline the DME ordering experience. By automating the collection of order-specific documentation and eliminating delays associated with lost faxes or multiple phone follow-ups, ePrescribing, proactive insurance validation, and order status visibility features enhance the overall DME ordering experience and help health systems quickly discharge patients home with everything needed for healing at home.

DME ePrescribing can transform the workflow for healthcare organizations of all sizes – from large national health systems to local community-based care providers. To discover just how ePrescribing for DME can transform your organization, fill out the form on this page to request your free demo now!

Online Ordering

Online ordering systems make the ordering experience faster and smoother for dine-in customers and delivery services like DoorDash. Be sure to add your online ordering link to your Facebook business page bio, Instagram story posts, TikTok check-ins, and automatic replies on Facebook Messenger! To maximize profits further, look for a point-of-sale system with low flat per-delivery rates that you can pass onto guests or an easily customizable online ordering menu that features food photos and descriptions with quick editing functions for improved customer experiences. This helps make customer experiences faster and smoother overall!

Instant Insurance Verification

Insurance verification is an integral step of healthcare processes and must not be neglected; without it, insurers could deny your claims. Historically, healthcare providers or their staff contacted insurers directly by phone to confirm coverage and benefits – a manual process prone to error that takes too much time; furthermore, it requires an in-depth knowledge of insurance policies, which may be confusing at first.

Automating insurance verification with automated software can reduce errors and save resources, saving time and effort. InstantVOB(r), for example, offers comprehensive, accurate data across multiple sources while completely customizing your needs – you choose which data points and formats will be presented to you.

Make smarter decisions regarding your patient population: Prioritize patients based on insurance and urgency for more efficient scheduling and decreased resource overload.

Insurance verification can significantly boost your bottom line. Eliminating missed reimbursements and denied claims means faster payment of claims. Plus, insurance verification helps lower operating expenses and increase cash flow, improving operational efficiency and cash flow for tremendous business success.

Training staff on using insurance verification software is the key to successful implementation, including front office staff and billing and coding personnel. Documented results of verifications should also help ensure accurate claims. At the same time, this process should be monitored regularly to identify areas for improvement and ensure compliance with data privacy and security regulations. Likewise, you might implement quality assurance measures and conduct regular audits for quality control purposes.

Assigning the ideal insurance verification software solution to your organization depends on its features, functionality, and compatibility with existing systems. Once selected, plan its implementation and create a timeline before testing to ensure it meets your requirements, is user-friendly, compatible with current strategies, and meets patient data access and verification needs. Finally, train staff on how to use the software, such as accessing patient records or verifying coverage before submitting claims; provide ongoing customer service as necessary so the system runs as desired.

Digital Physician Signature Capture

Historically, medical signatures have been obtained by handwriting them onto paper forms and mailing, faxing, or couriering them back to healthcare providers – an inefficient and time-consuming process for patients and healthcare staff. Digital signatures offer a more efficient, secure, and faster method for signature capture for essential documents.

Digital signatures are encrypted and securely stored to protect patient information and prevent tampering, forging, or alteration of signatures. This ensures that documents signed using digital signatures are authentic and that those signing them have authorization to do so. Multi-factor authentication, such as user ID/password verification and uploading identification images, helps verify who signed them.

Healthcare organizations are now turning to digital signatures for patient registration, medical records, and paperwork requiring doctor approval. This enables physicians to approve procedures remotely from their office or hospital bedside instead of waiting for faxes or mail deliveries – saving resources while increasing patient satisfaction.

Digital signatures are HIPAA compliant and compliant with UETA (The Universal Electronic Transactions Act, providing a legal framework for electronic transactions and record retention in 48 states).

MicroMD allows organizations to efficiently process signatures collected via electronic signature pads by automatically importing them into MicroMD for a paperless workflow. This enables front-office employees to move through processes more rapidly, improving staff efficiency and eliminating file storage needs.

Topaz offers various eSignature pads, including a portable device that easily clips to the back of a laptop and provides a quick, convenient, and simple way for physicians to sign documents quickly and conveniently. Furthermore, MicroMD integrates seamlessly for a seamless experience.

Your practice can quickly transition into a digital office with the right software and hardware solutions. This enables your staff to spend more time listening to patients than handling paperwork manually and allows doctors to provide the care that has made their practice famous while saving both staff and patients time and money.