It is no secret that managers are struggling to fill seats in their healthcare contact centers. Often, understaffed contact centers can lead to decreased morale, patient service, and efficiency. Now is the time to bridge the gap between the contact center and your electronic medical records (EMR.) and put the power of automation to work for you!
If you are struggling to fill open positions, your contact center may be feature deficient, poorly supported, or lacking in ROI… Read along with us to discover how you can elevate your contact center.
Elevate Efficiency in Your Healthcare Contact Center
EHRConnect, transforms new and existing contact centers into a single patient communication platform with technology you already own. By using automation, adhering to business protocols, and mapping patient history, you can turn your contact center into a revenue-generating solution. EHRConnect will also save your agents time and improve the overall patient experience.
Experience the Immense Power of:
- Self-Service Scheduling & Billing
- Proactive Communications
- Agent Automation
- Intelligent Routing
Learn How EHRConnect Can Help Your Contact Center Run More Efficiently:
Lower Call Handle Time and Improve Agent Automation
Save 90 seconds on every call
Too much time spent on hold can create a poor patient experience. In fact, 60% of customers feel that waiting on hold for just one minute is too long. Lower your call handle time and give your agents a full view of the patient: referrals, no-show rates, and demographics with an EHR screen pop.
Implement Automated Appointment Reminders
10% reduction in no show rates
Take control of where, when, and how agents communicate with their patients in a cost-effective manner. This option allows for flexibility and improved customer satisfaction, eliminating unnecessary calls by utilizing automated appointment reminders through voice, text, and chat.
Introduce Primary Care Self-Service and Save Your Agents Time
40% deflection rates in primary care self-service
Save your agents time by self-servicing new primary care appointments, frequently asked questions, and rescheduling appointments. By deflecting frequent questions, self-service systems allow agents the freedom to address more complex interactions where they can use their expertise, such as empathy and understanding, to deliver the reassurance and problem-solving that patients seek.