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Prompt Alert Inc. offers flexible and customizable customer engagement solutions. Prompt Alert’s Patient Prompt is one of the most advanced patient communication platforms in the industry. With EHR/PM integration, Smart Calling Technology, and industry leading Best Practice Protocols, Patient Prompt leads the way in intelligent, effective, patient engagement.

Patient Prompt

 •  November 19, 2016

Cardiovascular Institute of the South (CIS), the cardiology choice for southern Louisiana, is among the nation’s most respected cardiology groups, offering a broad range of advanced diagnostic and treatment modalities, including cardiac electrophysiology and interventional cardiology. CIS has grown quickly and the practice continues to expand, with...

Patient Prompt

 •  November 19, 2016

In this video, Nitin Mistry, Patient Prompt IT Operations Manager, explains the many ways the Patient Prompt team can supports our clients. More videos from the Patient Prompt team:
Why Should You Sign Up for the Patient Prompt Webinar? [Video]
What Makes Patient Prompt a Unique Patient Engagement Solution? [Video]
Patient Prompt Has a 97%...

Patient Prompt

 •  November 19, 2016

A patient’s perception of their healthcare provider is a direct reflection of the quality of communication a patient receives from that provider. It’s why the direct correlation between effective patient communication and patient satisfaction is at the cornerstone of a government initiative to formally evaluate the quality of care on offer in...

Patient Prompt

 •  November 19, 2016

Freeing staff from tedious calling, maintaining schedules, and following up with patients just got a lot easier. A study by researchers at the University of Minnesota indicated that aging populations, increased demand for chronic care, and stressed operating budgets meant that healthcare providers needed to improve efficiency in their practices....

Patient Prompt

 •  November 19, 2016

John Dodd recently told Patient Prompt. Dodd, a partner at CSC (which works with government agencies implementing technology in healthcare), was making reference to the 1970s medical drama Marcus Welby, M.D., a forerunner to shows like E.R., Chicago Hope, and Grey’s Anatomy. Dr. Marcus Welby did more than reinforce a physician-centric view of...

Patient Prompt

 •  November 19, 2016

You’ll have a hard time finding anyone in healthcare who will tell you that follow-up care doesn’t matter. Care doesn’t end the moment a patient leaves a hospital or a clinic. This is true across healthcare, but it’s perhaps especially true in orthopedics. A 2007 study published in the Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England shows that...

Patient Prompt

 •  November 19, 2016

Getting patients to show up and pay attention to communications is difficult. We live in a noisy world, where seemingly countless text messages, emails and phone calls are competing for patients’ attention each and every day – often making it difficult for important information to get through. How can healthcare providers get their patients to show...

Patient Prompt

 •  November 19, 2016

Burn due to water-skis on fire. Activity, knitting and crocheting. Type A behavior pattern. Prolonged stay in weightless environment. Sibling rivalry. Other contact with shark. These six truly bizarre statements have one thing in common. No, they aren’t notes from a new M. Night Shyamalan script, or items from a bucket list, or even a choice page...

Patient Prompt

 •  November 19, 2016

As with any service in healthcare, consistency is one of the greatest challenges. It is a widely known and often discussed topic which makes many providers sensitive. “You are only as good as your last visit experience” says Dr. Hashem Zargar OD. “Today, if a patient is not satisfied with the quality of service, they will not only simply go to your...

Patient Prompt

 •  November 19, 2016

By Brad McDaniel, A/R Specialist Honestly now, due to all the rapid tech changes all around us, can you think of anything in your practice that you do the exact same way you did it 5, or 10, or 15 years ago? I can. You might have fancy new computers, and software, and electronic claims. And you might even have doctors walking around with iPads...