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Thinking about implementing a cloud-based dialing platform?

shutterstock_381206566Look forward to a better bottom line—and increased patient satisfaction

Many providers face a of lack insight into agent performance and call durations, as well as the ability to route telephone calls to representatives based on experience or inquiry type. Others use manual vs. automated processes to call patients with outstanding balances. Having the ability to both contact patients and take inbound calls using a cloud-based dialing platform can significantly increase your collections and penetration rates.

Some platforms can even provide the ability to monitor agent activity for performance and take payments after hours when no live agents are available, and provide access to actionable insight into call volumes and durations, giving you the ability to make more strategic decisions and adjust process flows.

Increase the effectiveness of your collection and patient engagement strategies by pairing online and print communication channels using outbound and inbound dialing technology.

Experian Health’s new cloud-based dialing solution, PatientDial, arms providers with the tools and data needed to make strategic decisions and increase calling campaign effectiveness and the collections bottom line—all without the need for costly hardware and software upgrades.

PatientDial assists with patient outreach for patient collections and patient engagement processes and workflows. Services include inbound, outbound and blended call environments and can accommodate both live agent and blaster (unattended) messaging campaigns. IVR services are available to route calls to the proper type of agents and handle payments after hours. When combined with our PaymentSafe solution, PatientDial enables patients to make automated payments via telephone, and combining with our Collections Optimization Manager solution further increases ROI by leveraging screening results and segmentation to drive strategy solutions.

Learn more about PatientDial

Read the Sanford Health case study