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Andrew Montalvo · Apr 12, 2017

New webinar: Leveraging the online patient portal to improve patient engagement

Patients are experts on themselves, and they increasingly expect to be an active participant in their health. More and more patients want user-friendly technology for convenient, comprehensive, 24-hour access to their personal health information.

Through Practice Fusion’s online patient portal, you can empower patients to fully engage with their health information and care by:

  • Charting the conversation. Secure messaging is a key feature of Patient Fusion that gives both you and your patients peace of mind. Your patients can ask candid, non-urgent questions that without answer services frustrations, and the conversation is automatically documented. These conversations can open up new insights about your patients’ lives, helping you deliver more personalized care.
  • Delivering results. Paper and fax lab ordering and results delivery are a thing of the past. A patient portal allows lab results and other information (diagnoses, medications, immunizations and procedures) to flow to the patient portal after you’ve reviewed them, so there’s less back-and-forth. Patients get more insight into their records and can easily share them with your referring providers.
  • Giving patients the ability to book an appointment online. Free up your phone line and cut down on no-shows by enabling online booking. Your patients will also automatically receive appointment reminders.

Learn how to get the most out of the online patient portal

Join us for a free webinar to learn how the online patient works and what features you can leverage to make your office more efficient. I’ll give you a full tour of the PHR from a patient’s perspective and show everything from how to enroll to helping your office operate more efficiently.

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This webinar is available to your entire practice and contains helpful information for front office staff, clinical staff, providers, and office administrators. You’ll also have the opportunity to ask questions at the end.