Does your breast center offer innovative tools that enhance it?
Everyone can benefit from reminders—including your patients. Text messaging is a friendly and popular way to give a patient a nudge about the need to schedule an appointment. Our Text Message Module allows you to send customized, automated reminders that can help patients stay on track for annual mammograms and follow-up appointments.
As a result, patients can get the care they need while breast centers reduce the headaches of no-shows and reminder letters.
Since breast history forms can be lengthy, patients spend a lot of time in the waiting room filling them out. Plus, they may not have all the needed information available. The good news is that our secure, HIPAA-compliant Patient History Portal offers a convenient way for patients to complete their “paperwork” prior to the visit when they’ll have everything at their fingertips.
The result? Reduced waiting-room time, a more efficient check-in process, and care that’s based on the information breast centers need.
Of course, some patients may prefer to provide their information during the visit—even if it means facing the dreaded clipboard when they do. Fortunately, our Patient Tablet Module makes it possible to ditch the old and embrace the new.
With our intuitive interface, tablets provide an easy way for patients to enter their information, speed up the check-in process, and free staff to focus on providing exceptional patient care—instead of the time drain of manual paper scanning.
Creating a better patient experience includes empowering patients within the process. One of the most important ways you can do so is by providing immediate access to test results. Instead of expecting a patient to wait anxiously by the mailbox, you can offer the option to receive email notification when results are ready—with a link to our HIPAA-compliant Patient Results Portal where a patient can access the outcome of her test.
In addition to helping patients, your center benefits by reducing the costs and burdens of prepping paper letters to send them through the mail.