Have you spent hours scouring the web for the right resources to use with patients, tools for your practice, or content to improve professionally?
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Patients have several types of recurring treatments: Bi-annual teeth cleaning, annual physical, eye exams, etcetera. These are typically booked long-term, far in advance; hence, very easy to forget and book over. No one to blame here. From the practice's perspective, they're also too busy with other urgent tasks and current patients to manually call and remind old patients it's time to book that followup.
At any practice, the phone is buzzing all day with patients' requests. If a patient calls to check on their prescription, the front desk must give them an individualized, appropriate answer. This interaction simply cannot be avoided or automated. But what about appointment request phone calls...?
How common is it that patients cancel their appointments and never reschedule?
Are you aware of how this issue is damaging your practice?
With Medical Office AI Assistant Nimblr, Patients Can Now Schedule Doctor Appointments Via Amazon Alexa Voice CommandsRead More
Let’s cut to the chase—running a medical practice is expensive. Really expensive. And if you’re reading this you know that. The good news is, there are four easy ways to quickly improve the bottom line of your practice. Doubt it? We’ll prove it to you...
Nimblr.ai, artificial intelligence startup, has been accepted into the Spring 2018 program for StartX, Stanford University’s accelerator.
What is the best type of reminder for your patients? Finally, we give you an answer.
Now drchrono users can simply and seamlessly connect their calendars with Holly, enabling automated two-way texting with patients.
Certainly before making any big purchase, you crunch the numbers to analyze how it will make your life easier. If it’s a new car, you’ll calculate how much gas it would consume and the amount of years you anticipate owning it. If you analyze these with purchases in your day to day life, why not also do it to improve your practice?