Birmingham Gastroenterology Associates Selects unisonMD as Its Hospital Rounding Solution

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Hospital and Practice Management Interoperability Eases Provider and Administrative Burden

FREDERICKSBURG VA, January 14, 2019  – unisonMD announced today it has been selected by Birmingham Gastroenterology Associates (“BGA”) as its enterprise rounding platform for hospital encounters.

unisonMD allows medical groups to optimize physician and billing workflows for hospital encounters to improve practice efficiency and financial results.

BGA is one of the largest gastroenterology groups in the Birmingham Metro area. With 19 physicians and advanced practice clinicians operating from 7 locations, BGA delivers compassionate, state of the art healthcare of the highest quality to its patients.

BGA will use unisonMD’s collaborative tools to bolster inpatient care coordination and streamline the management of hospital encounters to eliminate lost and unrecorded charges, and shorten charge entry lag.

“Combining best practices with relevant technology helps mitigate physician and staff burnout—that’s how we build a stronger practice that consistently delivers compassionate, high quality, efficient, and cost-effective care.” shares Dr. Craig Philpot, CEO. “unisonMD’s ability to connect with our hospitals and practice management system have eased administrative burden for providers and billing staff.  Financially, we have eliminated revenue leaks at the point-of-care, and shortened our revenue cycle.” 

“Practice survival in today’s rapidly changing healthcare world requires efficiency, with less administrative burden,” says Richard Harrison, unisonMD’s CEO.  “We are proud to be able to support the high level of patient care BGA delivers to its patients, while simultaneously helping improve financial results.”

About unisonMD

unisonMD is a cloud-based, enterprise rounding solution that allows ambulatory and hospital-based medical groups to bolster care coordination efficiency and improve financial results for hospital charges.  It uses interoperability with hospital and practice management systems to lighten provider and billing administrative burden, and improve practice financial results. Contact: Andrew Makovsky,