CINCINNATI – PatientPoint® today announced the introduction of a new Impact Calculator designed to help health systems and hospitals quickly and easily determine how the industry leading patient engagement platform can drive growth within key service lines, procedures and other strategic initiatives.
PatientPoint’s innovative, tech-enabled platform enhances the in-office patient experience in more than 200 health systems nationwide. The patient engagement platform delivers education and information aligned to health system key initiatives and award-winning, specialty-specific content designed to spark better practice workflows and better health outcomes. PatientPoint in-office technology and education is proven to influence patient behavior and has been associated with the following positive outcomes1 in participating health systems:
- 20% increase in colon cancer screenings
- 28% increase in flu vaccines
- 43% increase in tobacco cessation counseling
- 45% increase in mammograms
The PatientPoint Impact Calculator combines PatientPoint’s demonstrated clinical outcomes data with health system-specific inputs such as number of physicians and specific clinical services to quantify the potential unique impact of PatientPoint’s patient engagement solutions for individual health systems.
“The PatientPoint patient engagement platform is designed to improve health outcomes, and for the first time we have a tool that can demonstrate the impact and growth-driving potential of high-tech, high-touch PatientPoint solutions on a per-system basis,” said PatientPoint Chief Provider Officer Chris Martini. “We’re excited to showcase this tool in our conversations with health systems to further demonstrate how relevant, personalized health experiences can support health system goals of increasing quality, improving clinical outcomes and, ultimately, driving better health.”
1Results of matched pair analysis using longitudinal patient medical claims; 12-month total impact for colon cancer screenings, tobacco cessation counseling and mammograms, 3-month total impact for flu vaccines