New Tool To Streamline Patient Follow Up
ERelevance Corporation, a company that provides patient engagement technologies and services for medical practices, has launched a new service called “Response Follow-up” to help practices follow up with prospective patients who have reached out to their offices in response to promotions and marketing campaigns. The service combines phone, email and text follow-up.
“Our clients typically operate with small staffs that lack the time and tools to keep up with the number of responses our marketing campaigns generate,” says eRelevance co-founder and CEO Bob Fabbio. “This new follow-up service quickly bridges the gap from patient and prospect interest to converted revenue for an end-to-end solution. It ensures our clients don't miss out on that crucial window when someone is highly interested in scheduling an appointment.”
“We've seen dramatically improved results from the follow-up service because we're making contact with people we just didn't have the resources to reach on our own. We're now converting more...
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