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Allscripts App of the Month: Juxly Vault Webinar
Springfield, MO - Health-data company Juxly is excited to announce that their EHR FHIR app, Juxly Vault, has been selected as the Allscripts App of the Month for November 2020.

Juxly Vault empowers healthcare providers and payers to improve patient care and financial earnings by seamlessly integrating data from Allscripts TouchWorks® EHR and Allscripts Professional® EHR.

Juxly Vault is an EMR FHIR application that improves Medicare Advantage patient care and reimbursement by seamlessly integrating data between Allscripts EHRs and payers or ACOs. Juxly Vault can display critical information such as suspected HCC conditions, recaptured HCC conditions, and HEDIS care gaps directly to the provider in either their Allscripts TouchWorks® EHR and Allscripts Professional® EHR Workflow. By doing so, Juxly Vault provides more coding opportunities, better risk assessment, and subsequently, more accurate reimbursement. Practices that use Juxly Vault see a 130% average increase in RAF scores after implementation.

Dr. Follis will provide a brief overview of Juxly Vault and its functions within both Allscripts TouchWorks® EHR and Allscripts Professional® EHR. Attendees will then hear about the implementation process and timeline, performance metrics, and the overall impact Juxly Vault has had on improving workflows.

Dec 2, 2020 12:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Howard Follis M.D.
Founder and CO-CEO @Juxly
Howard Follis, MD, is the Founder and Co-Chief Executive Officer at Juxly, LLC. He is originally from Texas but for the last 28 years, Dr. Follis practiced urology in Springfield, Missouri before focusing solely on Juxly, LLC. He has always had a passion and interest in healthcare IT. In fact, Juxly is his second start-up company. Dr. Follis’ goal is to improve EHR usability for providers and nurses “on the front lines” of patient care as they transition from fee-for-service care and reimbursement to value-based care and reimbursement. On the weekends he enjoys hanging out with his family and dog; as well as enjoying some great food.
Sam Breeding, MD, FACOEM
Chief Medical Officer @Holston Medical Group
A clinical leader for over 45 clinics, 150 mid-level and physician providers, Dr. Breeding, manages policies, procedures, and best practices for providers and clinical staff. He oversees all training and continuing education, ensuring compliance with all federal, state, and local laws. Dr. Breeding also serves as the chair of the Finance Committee for HMG. For the last 20 years, Dr. Breeding has practiced at HMG Occupational Medicine – serving as the region’s most respected occupational medicine physician. Dr. Breeding earned his Doctorate of Medicine from Medical College of Virginia and became board-certified in family medicine and occupational medicine. Following his residency in family medicine at East Tennessee State University, Quillen School of Medicine.