White paper: Implementing a Patient-centric Scheduling System to Improve Patient Retention and Increase Revenue

Loyal patients become rarer by the day, it seems. The paradigm shift in healthcare these past several years has made retaining patients a harder endeavor than ever before—but it’s not impossible.

To keep stride with the ever-changing healthcare landscape—as well as with the modern patient—it’s essential to have a solid scheduling strategy in place.

In our latest white paper, we discuss how a strategic, patient-centric scheduling system can boost your revenue, improve patient retention and satisfaction, and keep providers’ schedules full.

In this white paper, you will learn:

  • the cost of not having a patient-centric scheduling structure or process in place
  • the cost benefit of engaging current patients
  • how to optimize your scheduling system in a way that boosts patient retention and revenue
  • the important role that each communication channel plays in retaining patients

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Attesting To Meaningful Use Stage Two? Read This Definitive Guide.

Medical practices continue to encounter many challenges when it comes to adopting and successfully demonstrating meaningful use of certified electronic health record technology. Read Vital Interaction™’s informative white paper that clarifies guidelines, discusses the challenges and provides tips on how automation can help you achieve the Stage 2 preventative care reminder objective effectively and efficiently.

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Ebook: Reducing No-Show Rates

Vital Interaction™ shares how medical practices can significantly reduce no-show rates, by implementing four important steps combined with robust technology. Taking two fictionalized medical practices with very different operational and no-show challenges through the steps, they illustrate how each medical practice identifies issues, proactively implements strategies to address patient no-shows and creates efficiencies for themselves using automated appointment reminder and confirmation systems.

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