Care coordination software that complements your EMR

myDMR is an in-practice workflow tool that streamlines your care management programs to enhance the sustainability of your value-based practice.


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Improved Patient Outcomes, Enhanced Practice Sustainability

Primary Care Providers

myDMR streamlines Chronic Care Management and Principal Care Management for clinics, simplifying enrollment, time logging, coding and billing. These programs are handled by your clinical staff, enabling them to build on trusted relationships with patients, increase engagement, and help patients achieve better health outcomes.

Chronically-ill Patients

Patients have peace of mind knowing they have a care manager proactively advocating for their health. These patients are able to make their summary care record available online to doctors outside their usual care team, such as doctors in the ER, to assist in their care wherever they may travel. This reduces the risk of adverse events. 

ER and Urgent Care Physicians

Support patient safety and quicker
clinical decision-making by securely accessing a patient’s current, trusted clinical information online. No pre-authentication or pre-authorization is required.

What is myDMR?

myDMR is a cloud-based, end-to-end care coordination service that supports value-based care.

Whether delivered as a standalone service or through one of our EMR partners, myDMR uses secure communication standards to provide user-friendly care management workflow tools and a clinical document repository.


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Primary Care and the Role of Chronic Care Management (CCM)

Health and Economic Costs of Chronic Diseases

Chronic diseases have significant health and economic costs in the United States.

Interventions to prevent and manage these diseases have significant health and economic benefits.

Source: CDC

Utilization of Medicare Among Medicare Beneficiaries

An increasing trend of ED visits among Medicare beneficiaries, moving from 29.9% to 38.4% of all Medicare visits

Source: David Marcozzi, MD; Brendan Carr, MD; Aisha Liferidge, MD; Nicole Baehr, Brian Browne, MD

Ambulatory care sensitive conditions (ACSC)-related hospitalizations

These hospitalizations are often considered avoidable — and a measure of the performance of the primary care system.

Paraphrased from: JAMA Network Open

Trends in Hospitalizations for Ambulatory Care–Sensitive Conditions, Pre-Pandemic


  • Total of unique individuals: 1,240,409

  • All hospitalizations: 55,213

  • ACSC-specific hospitalizations: 5,557 (10%)

  • Average length of stay in days: 4

Source: JAMA Network Open
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