Leverage the patient intake process to create sustainable programs that engage patients in their care, educate them about your ancillary services, and communicate with them before, during and after the visit for a seamless patient experience.
Preventive for Medicare
Phreesia’s Preventive for Medicare application gives you the tools you need to improve the overall health of your Medicare patient population. This innovative application includes more than 20 workflows that allow you to identify patients who are eligible for preventive screenings, provide them with education and prompt them to schedule appointments.
Do you know what patients think about your practice? Phreesia’s post-visit patient satisfaction surveys give you the tools to find out more about the patient experience. Designed to align with industry standards, you can track your Net Promoter Score®, measure key drivers of patient satisfaction and more.
Spread the word about your in-house pharmacy, on-site physical therapy or other ancillary services. Create custom messages delivered to patients before, during or after the visit to drive follow-up appointments and practice revenue.
Phreesia’s patient engagement software sends patients branded emails to share important announcements such as new locations, office closures and added services.
Use patient-reported clinical data to identify those patients who are eligible to participate in clinical trials or other research at your facility. Our Research application allows you to deliver targeted questionnaires to patients who may be interested in trials and research studies, generate summary reports and follow up with those who want to participate.
Patient Engagement Software Analytics
What’s the impact of your patient outreach? Use Phreesia Analytics to understand how patients receive and interact with your communications.
View patients’ open rates for email and text messages
Track click-through rates
Generate reports indicating which patients are interested in your clinical research or other promoted services