Net Health solutions proudly serve thousands of private practices.
Surely you're looking for ways to spend more time with patients and keep them engaged between visits? ReDoc is PT, OT, and SLP documentation that's thought of everything.
You'll see more revenue.
With an effective solution, it all comes together. Improved workflow efficiencies, complete documentation, rigorous coding, and exact compliance. Boost productivity and earn more dollars per visit by getting all the money deserved for work performed. It's that simple.
ReDoc clients have seen a 14-45% boost in revenue with a fully optimized ReDoc solution.
Therapists do more, really well.
It may not seem like a lot on the circle above, but let's think about it. When your therapists' metrics indicate an average of 24% more productivity, that means your systems are working—and working well. The best part? ReDoc clients see results like these while driving excellence in patient care.
We know practices are always working to keep budgets tight. Do more with what you have.
It's fully integrated.
Bring it all together and get quick access to the tools you need. Documentation, scheduling, billing, outcomes benchmarking, reporting, home exercise program, patient engagement, and RCM (revenue cycle management) all work in concert to satisfy users, patients, and plans of care.
Imagine, 100% of what your team needs to succeed found in one beautiful solution.
Hear how ReDoc drives the pace in a busy rehab clinic.
"For me, being a PT and having to see a high patient load, [ReDoc] makes me more efficient. I'm able to get in, get out, and get things done." Chantel Yearwood, PT, Renewal Rehab
ReDoc® powered by xfit® is cloud-based, fully-integrated documentation, clinical workflow, scheduling, billing, benchmarking, reporting, and expert coaching.
Power rehab therapy, anywhere.
ReDoc drives complete and compliant PT, OT, and SLP documentation in a secure cloud-based solution. Schedule changes, patient charts, billing and claims review—team members have access, anywhere.
Oh, and ditch the back-ups, we'll handle that. Get seamless software updates that don't disrupt your workday.
Every advantage, all connected.
ReDoc integrates clinical documentation, billing, and compliance with other critical tools therapists need to drive patient care. Benchmark healing with and build a home exercise program that allows you to share explainer videos with patients.
Manage patients + visits, easily.
Integrated scheduling and appointment reminders get patients in the door, insurance authorization and tracking ensure you have the documentation you need. Drag-and-drop scheduling (and re-scheduling) is a breeze.
When no-show and cancellation rates drop, patients see the full impact of their plan of care.
Don't just take our word for it, here's what clients have to say.
" If I was talking to another PT owner and they said, 'Greg, is ReDoc the right system for me?' then I would say 'Yes."...You need to have one system that drives everything..."
Greg Todd, PT
Owner, Renewal Rehab
"Easy to use and has great tools that help to quickly and accurately complete our patient records."
Sandra M., SLP
Owner, Cornerstone Speech, Language, and Learning Center
"ReDoc has helped us become more interactive with our patients by spending less time in paperwork. Also, we used to get some claims sent back, regardless of the notes and records we submitted. Since using ReDoc, I hardly ever get a denial..."
Ron Huitt, PT
Owner, The Physical Medicine Center of the Cumberlands
Real client feedback: What do you love about Net Health? ♥
It seems like a crazy question, but we had to ask it. Hundreds of ReDoc clients shared their favorite thing about being a Net Health client.
Net Health serves healthcare professionals in more than 3,000 integrated health systems, community hospitals, management companies, and private practice clinics.
Here are some things you may find interesting:
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Twice a year at Net Health we participate in a ritual observed by the whole company. New friendships emerge; old acquaintances reunite. Laughs are shared and occasionally a tear is shed. We talk about our purpose, our customers’ success, and the patients they serve. We collectively hit the pause button to create space for ideas, […]
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