The Good Clinic Partners with athenahealth to Empower Providers and Patients


The Good Clinic, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Mitesco, Inc., will use athenaOne to support its rapid growth and satisfy consumer demand for easily accessible, relationship-driven primary care services, according to an announcement made today by athenahealth, Inc., a leading provider of network-enabled software and services for medical groups and health systems nationwide. In order to provide a successful, multichannel patient experience and effective provider workflows that maximise its capacity to provide individualised, whole-person healthcare services, The Good Clinic chose athenahealth’s integrated, cloud-based solution, which offers electronic health records (EHR), healthcare billing, patient engagement, and telehealth capabilities.

The Good Clinic is a cutting-edge primary care facility with a focus on preventive care through both in-person and virtual treatment options. Its staff consists of skilled nurse practitioners. The Good Clinic, which was founded in 2020, now has six clinics in Minnesota. It also has plans to build two clinics in Colorado this year and grow to operate 50 clinics nationwide during the next three years. The Good Clinic sets itself apart from rivals in a number of ways, including by giving patients longer consultation times, setting up shop in residential buildings with high occupant densities, providing same-day and next-day appointments, and offering a wide range of both conventional and alternative health and wellness options.

“We’re very much focused on looking at patients as consumers and meeting their preferences for accessible, whole-person care”, “According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, in the United States one-fourth of all adults and nearly half of adults under 30 do not have a relationship with a primary care provider. Our unique model and convenient locations enable our providers to have the conversations that establish meaningful relationships with our clients to advocate for their long-term health and wellness goals.”

Bradley Case, president of The Good Clinic

The Good Clinic now has access to athenaOne’s agile cloud-based healthcare solution, which frees up staff members to concentrate on improving clinical results and financial performance by reducing IT and administrative workload. Additionally, doctors may perform telehealth visits without interfering with regular workflows or losing focus on the patient thanks to athenaTelehealth, a fully EHR-embedded virtual care solution, which is now available in every exam room. In addition to giving patients a convenient, flexible, and pleasurable experience, this aids the office in maximising its schedules. In order to promote patient involvement in their health and wellbeing, The Good Clinic will also provide multichannel, symmetrical, and asymetrical patient engagement options, including SMS and email messaging, a patient portal for online scheduling and accessing health records, and more.

According to reviews, our clients are highly happy with their experiences and results, and as Case stated, “Our providers frequently state, ‘This is how I wanted to practise when I became a clinician.’ “We observed our growing growth and realised we needed to upgrade sooner to an EHR that gives us the scalability, connection, and end-to-end capability we need to continue to deliver an empowering physician and patient experience. Athenahealth enables us achieve that,” the organisation said.

“We are proud to support The Good Clinic and Mitesco, a pioneer in utilizing the expertise of nurse practitioners to provide primary care on a national scale”, “The Good Clinic’s innovative business model differentiates it from the competition, and through athenaOne and athenaTelehealth, I’m confident it will continue to disrupt the healthcare industry.”

Bret Connor, EVP and chief operating officer for athenahealth

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