Metro South Medical Center Makes it Easier to Practice Medicine
Quorum Metro South Medical Center has signed up to improve efficiencies via AlertMD.
A $6 pizza has a website where you can watch the pie being made, $100 car insurance is sold to us by a lizard, a lady in flowing-white-robe or a dude called Jake. In the meanwhile, $20,000 surgeries are coordinated via fax, an old phone system and sometimes, a web portal where a patient leaves a message on a Friday and has no clue if you have read it by Tuesday AM and calls your switchboard and waits for 17 minutes.
"Alexa®", I need an MRI" - be part of that new reality or get Margie'd. Your patients don't care about ACOs, population health or whether you have the EMR with the blue button or the red button. They care about whether it is easy to work with you - PERIOD. Do not wait until your practice gets "Margie'd" by competition. Contact Badri Narasimhan email@example.com and make it easier for your patients.
About Margie® - AlertMD's ambulatory extension, Margie® - is a persona for your health system. She talks to your patients via the web, phone and Alexa®. No more elevator music for your patients on your clinic phone line. Margie® is a Machine-Assisted Recommendation and Guidance Engine that you configure to meet your needs. Watch this 2-minute video for a preview of Margie® here.
Note - Only 16-23% of patient interactions come through your portal - even in a well-oiled practice. 50% of your daytime calls should not even require human intervention. Margie® digitizes the remainder, guides more patients to your portal as you see fit and creates a centralized switchboard for all your locations. And oh, we are thinking that your patients would rather text you than call you - texting my doctor's office is so 2019.
About AlertMD®: AlertMD is a mobile health platform that saves 7 or more minutes for every minute our users spend on our platform. We are based in Chicago, IL and have about 20,000 customers nationwide.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a 20-minute webinar to learn more.