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Benefits for Both Physicians & Patients

Monitor your patients in real-time using both validated and configurable surveys. Digital 360 Health then measures, calculates, and graphically displays patient-reported data.

Increase revenue with digital evaluation and management, brief psychological screening surveys & in-office comprehensive psychological surveys, reimbursed by all insurance carriers.

Patient Care

Deepen Patient Care

Customer Retention

Strengthen Customer Retention


Increase Revenue

Discover the Financial Impact of Digital 360 Health

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Digital Evaluation and Management

Digital messaging has become an essential and easy way to stay in touch with your patients. You can now bill for messages that require your medical expertise and 5 or more minutes to complete.

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Examples of billable messages:

  • Changes to medications

  • Changes to a long-term condition

  • Follow-up on a condition

  • New symptoms

  • And more!

This time includes reviewing the information sent, changing part of the treatment plan, or ordering tests. Providers may need to review patient medical history and do an in-depth review of records to ensure they provide the best possible advice.

Benefits for Everyone



  • Streamlined Workflows

  • Quicker Interactions

  • Simpler Processes


  • Increased Communications

  • Early Detection and Prevention

  • Simplified Systems



  • Maximize Time

  • Increase Data and Learning

  • Simplify Reporting

Digital 360 Health helps your practice comply with the NEW CDC Opioid Prescribing Guidelines:



Assess patients for risks, including the effects of pain, sleep apnea, substance use comorbidities, anxiety disorders, depression, and other mental health conditions.



Improve patient-clinician communication and empower patients to make informed decisions about pain care.



Educate patients on opioid overdose prevention, withdrawal signs, relaxation techniques, and coping strategies.



Increased monitoring is recommended for many patients, including those who are opioid-naive, over the age of 65, have renal or hepatic insufficiency, and more.

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