Virtual Patient Care Coordinator
It’s quick and easy to hand off routine patient scheduling tasks to a virtual patient care coordinator. Your patients will think they’re talking with someone in your office as they set up an initial or follow-up exam, confirm or modify an appointment, review test results, and more. They’ll save your practice both time and money.
Only The Best
Only the top 2% of all applicants make the cut to become an MMM virtual medical assistant— following our rigorous testing, vetting and training process.
Premium Service& Support
To assist you during the on-boarding process and throughout your VA relationship.
IT setup and communication — From phone systems to EMR integration to remote access.
Signed BAA. Rigorous VA security standards, and regular VA systems checks.
Benefits of Hiring a Virtual Patient Care Coordinator
Our virtual assistants are eager to be of use in your practice and are used to the fast-paced workflow that a patient coordinator role entails.
Throughout the day, your virtual patient care coordinator will ensure your appointment management systems are as streamlined as possible. They’ll complete many tasks, including scheduling and confirming patient appointments, providing patient intake, reviewing test results with patients, and more.
Hiring someone in-house is a time-consuming and expensive process. Finding an exceptional patient coordinator can be difficult, and you must still train them in best practices.
On the other hand, a virtual patient care coordinator comes trained with a working knowledge of your medical sector. They also lower payroll costs and increase productivity. Over the long haul, you will save money on equipment and office space, as you will not need to provide them for your virtual patient care coordinator.
In any medical office, daily administrative responsibilities can feel like a burden. Though these tasks are essential, they do not feel like a good use of a trained physician’s dedicated time and attention. By hiring a virtual assistant to take over these matters, you are free to get back to what you care about most—serving your patients.