A unified healthcare experience is just around the corner. Options for future features are practically limitless, but we have a few places where we’d like to start.
Ask questions and provide support
Getting answers and offering support could be in the palm of your patients’ hands. By simply asking through your patient portal coming soon, a patient could talk to others who have been in his or her shoes and find out more information about an upcoming procedure or visit.
Speak to a provider - whenever, wherever
As we grow, a patient may be able to speak with a provider without ever leaving their home. In the future, a patient could ask a provider those little health questions that might not require an in-person visit. Getting answers quickly from anywhere: it could be the future.
Helping our patients stay healthy
In the future, patients could get reminders to check daily levels or take their medications. They’ll be able to track, record and save all sorts of valuable health information without ever visiting their provider’s office.
Never forget to refill a prescription
Managing prescriptions could become as easy as reading a text message. Picture a patient receiving a reminder when their medication is running low and helping them remember when it’s time to get a new one.
Stay on top of appointments
Our patients have busy schedules – but we could help keep them on track. In the future, an app may integrate with wearables like the Apple Watch. Imagine our patients receiving appointment reminders directly to their wearable device. Never forget to refill a prescription. Managing prescriptions could become as easy as reading a text message. Picture a patient receiving a reminder when their medication is running low and helping them remember when it’s time to get a new one.
The last thing we want our patients to worry about is security. With secure messaging, our patients could have the ability to communicate with a loved one or provider about their health information without worrying about the safety of their personal information. A provider could let a patient know their procedure date is moved up, or communicate with the patient’s family about after care needs – all on our secure platform.