Customized Digital Patient Educational Programming Makes Wait Seem Shorter.
Studies by AC Nielsen and a host of digital media trade groups have shown that offices with digital patient education systems in their waiting rooms have shorter perceived wait times.
Your Office Services Get Introduced to an Audience Ready to Use Them.
Patients have a heightened awareness while they wait for their appointment. They are much more receptive to receiving health information. It helps them live healthier and increases your revenue.
Staff Profiles Humanize Practice.
Use a digital patient education system to spotlight team members, your community involvement and any upcoming events. This should increase community and compliance as people tend to want to satisfy people they know, like, and respect.
Additional Service Partners Help Patients Navigate their Health.
Start introducing patients to the ancillary service providers that they may need after seeing you. Suggest providers who are in network and why that is important to the patient for continuity of care, medication management, electronic medical record updates, and more.
Waiting Room without Cable TV is Calming to Your Patients.
Daytime TV typically is filled with dramatic topics that are meant to illicit responses. The commercials are filled with “bad medical advice”- class action lawsuits, self-diagnosis of diseases states, junk food, medical malpractice attorneys, and worse, commercials from competitors.