Over One Million Appointment And A/R Courtesy Call Reminders Sent To Kareo Patients
PatientlySpeaking announced that in December 2015, it had successfully processed over 1,000,000 automated appointment and A/R past-due courtesy calls for it’s customers using the Kareo Medical Software system. This was a major milestone for the product and it’s parent company Ntegrus Solutions, as it continues to see a significant growth in the delivery of both call and text reminder messages in the upcoming year.
“Focusing on large Medical Billing companies this year has had a significant impact on the increase in both calls and texts being sent by our product” according to Brian Cafferty, CEO of PatientlySpeaking. “In the upcoming year, we will continue to sign up and provide a cost-friendly and extremely reliable service to the small to medium size practice, while continuing to engage additional Medical Billing companies around the country.”
PatientlySpeaking offers Appointment Reminders, Patient Collection Notifications, Medication Reminders and Patient Recall Notifications – all driven from the individual practice’s existing PM or EHR system. “The best thing for us and our clients about the Kareo product is that it allows us to securely retrieve our clients information with no effort required by them” explains Cafferty. “Our hope this year is that we can convince Practice Fusion to provide the same access to our clients’ data, so that we can finally provide them a fully automated system. In the meantime, we will continue to fully support our Practice Fusion customers with our standard product set.”
PatientlySpeaking continues to innovate its product line to further meet the needs of its clientele and projects company growth of over 400 additional new medical practices for 2016. In order to promote that growth, PatientlySpeaking allows new clients to try the product free for the first month of service, and when combined with the fact that there is no long term contract, there is no risk to giving it a try. To get started today or to learn more, simply goto http://patientlyspeaking.com.