Patient Engagement & Portals

Bridge Patient Portal’s New Version 3.0 Makes Publishing a Client-Branded Mobile App Affordable for Healthcare Organizations

Media Contact: Laura Luthi Cell: 503-341-7785 [email protected] Bridge Patient Portal v3.0 gives patients a seamless web-to-mobile experience for scheduling, messaging, bill pay, intake, medical records and more DALLAS, Texas, March 5, 2020—Consumers expect the same level of digital capability and self enablement from their healthcare providers that they have become accustomed to in other industries;

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Patient Engagement Platform: Healthcare’s answer to an improved patient experience

Whether it’s booking a reservation, movie ticket, or rideshare, consumers have increasingly come to rely on digital technologies for efficiency and self-service. Yet from a patient’s perspective, healthcare, which remains in dire need of disruption is anything but efficient and seamless. Overall, digital transformations across sectors have empowered consumers and created better customer experiences while

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Top Technological Solutions Providing an Enhanced Patient Experience

As patients realize the importance of developing a strong relationship with healthcare providers to keep their minds and bodies intact, they are starting to take initiative by seeking out medical practitioners that do more than prescribe medication or treat an ailment. In doing so, however, they are not turning to the first medical facilities available.

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Bridge Patient Portal® Reports Record Growth for 2019

    NEWS RELEASE Media Contact: Laura Luthi Cell: 503-341-7785 [email protected]   Bridge Patient Portal® Reports Record Growth for 2019   DALLAS, Texas, Jan. 28, 2020—Bridge Patient Portal® today announced record growth for 2019 with a 68% increase in its client base–predominantly in organizations with 50 or more providers–and an 85% increase in the number

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Improving Patient Loyalty with Patient Engagement Solutions

There is this fact that in one lifetime, you will become a patient. And there is no contradicting that everyone is yearning for health care that satisfies one’s needs to be treated with improved attention. Regardless of generation, health care institutes must appropriately interact with their patients for a better understanding of the patient’s condition

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Can Healthcare Tech Actually Improve the Patient Experience?

Looking after the patient experience should be one of a healthcare provider’s biggest priorities. Is it possible healthcare tech advancements can help? On average, Americans spend $11,172 per person on healthcare as of 2018. Incorporating healthcare tech into your practice will turn your patients into happy campers. In 2018, healthcare spending increased by 4.6%. Now that people are

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The Advantages of Switching to a Single Patient Engagement Solution

Many healthcare organizations have to come to acquire multiple patient engagement solutions in an effort to increase valued customer interaction. In an attempt to satisfy patient needs without overly disrupting their IT “status quo”, organizations often times will buy multiple software solutions (e.g. patient scheduling software, event management, patient bill pay, etc.) rather than purchase

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Tackling the Challenges of Patient Engagement with Healthcare Data

Effective population health management has made it imperative that patients have an equal footing in the matters of their health. Access to comprehensive, reliable data is one vital ingredient healthcare organizations require for effectively engaging patients. The challenge that lies before this foundational step is the lack of a unified healthcare data platform, a single

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Data Drives Next Level Patient Engagement

The healthcare industry is constantly evolving alongside the advancement and availability of technology… Social media is finally gaining traction as a useful tool for engaging with current and prospective patients. Medical histories of patients are being transferred to online platforms through Electronic Health Records (EHRs). Medical histories of patients are being transferred to online platforms

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