Physician Enthusiasm Continues to Build for Hello Health

Physician Enthusiasm Continues to Build for Hello Health

13 New Practices Select Revenue-Generating EMR Solution for Thousands of Patients

NEW YORK CITY (March 27, 2012) – Hello Health® day announced that it has signed 13 new practices across 10 states to the Hello Health Patient Management Platform which increases the number of patients who can subscribe to the Platform by more than 20,000 patients. Hello Health helps doctors generate an independent revenue stream, at no cost to the practice, while making the transition from paper to electronic medical records.

Hello Health’s Patient Management Platform makes it possible for independent primary care practitioners to engage with their patients via email and web chats while also providing patients with ready access to medical records. This patient benefit also becomes a new revenue stream as it is supported by a nominal patient-paid fee.

“Incorporating an EMR into my practice makes good clinical sense and is necessary to remain efficient in the long term,” said Joel L. Fine, M.D., of Fine & Associates in Snellville, Georgia. “The Hello Health business model not only provides the EMR-based technology platform we need, but this system also makes it possible for us to generate revenue without any upfront implementation fees. This really is the best of both worlds as this will allow for us to provide better access for patients and improve our clinical workflow.”

Traditionally, a large percentage of physician/patient interactions go unpaid with the largest culprit being unscheduled inbound calls to physicians requesting refills or access to medical documents. The Hello Health Platform solves this problem by providing patients with secure access to medical records, with the added benefits of scheduling appointments, renewing prescriptions, conducting video visits, and requesting lab and test results all within one streamlined, secure, and HIPAA-compliant Patient Management Platform.

“As physicians look to evolve their practices from traditional ‘doctors offices’ into more patient-centric practices, the need for electronic medical records, along with a secure means of communicating with patients, has become increasingly apparent,” said Nathanial Findlay, founder and chief executive officer of Myca® Health, parent company of Hello Health. “With Hello Health, patients receive 24/7 access to their medical information, while doctors benefit from a streamlined workflow so more time can be spent providing care to patients.”

About Hello Health Inc.:

New York City-based Hello Health Inc. is dedicated to transforming primary care by connecting patients and physicians through technology. The company’s Hello Health Patient Management platform integrates an electronic medical record, practice management capabilities and a patient health portal on a single, secure platform. Hello Health is free to primary care practices and generates incremental revenue through a patient subscription model. A subsidiary of Myca Health Inc., Hello Health collaborates with leading organizations who offer complementary and strategic solutions that connect patients and physicians.

Learn more at www.hellohealth.com.

Contact

Hello Health
Stephen Armstrong
VP Marketing
1-714-878-5427
sarmstrong@hellohealth.com

Racepoint Group
Amanda Griffith / Lindsay LeCain
1-781-487-4635 / 781-487-4611
hellohealth@racepointgroup.com

Hello Health® and Myca® are registered trademarks of Myca Health Incorporated.

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About Hello Health

Nathanial Findlay has held executive positions in the health care industry for more than 10 years. A veteran of successful start-ups as well as the Fortune 21 company Cardinal Health, Nat’s experience honed an entrepreneurial perspective and enthusiasm that inspired him to start Hello Health® in 2002. With a background also including accounting and law, Nat continues to work at the forefront of the evolution of modern primary health care. Nat’s mission is to use the Internet and mobile technology to redefine how patients interact with their physicians and manage their own health.

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