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The Future of Self-Scheduling: Intelligent Automation to Drive Results

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Key Learnings

A patient’s care journey with your organization starts with scheduling their first appointment. Shouldn’t scheduling that appointment be the easiest part? Scheduling is a critical step in delivering patient satisfaction and efficient operations. However, meeting the “right now” nature of consumer expectations, while managing the complexity of provider rules and preferences is no small task. Prioritizing these two areas to satisfy both the patient and the physician continues to be an ongoing challenge yet is a critical component of an effective patient access strategy.

During this one-hour live webinar on March 27 at 1 PM ET, join us as we talk with a leading urology group, Georgia Urology, on how they leverage intelligent scheduling to deliver better access while reducing the operational burden on staff.  The future of self-scheduling is here – is your organization prepared?


Webinar Speakers

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David Dyke

Chief Product Officer

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Toni Harrell

Manager, Patient Support Center Georgia Urology

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Jacinta Washington

Patient Support Center, Team Lead
Georgia Urology


Relatient's Story

Relatient® began in 2012 as a start-up in Nashville, TN with a mission to change the way consumers access the healthcare system. Traditionally, the methods provider groups used for patient engagement, scheduling, and intake were well intentioned, but ineffective because they overlooked a key element: the patient.

To further our mission, in 2021 we merged with Radix Health, the leading patient scheduling technology company, and brought together the best of both companies to release Dash® by Relatient. We’ve continued developing better ways to simplify how patients access the care they need, and we’re just getting started.

Consumerism is changing healthcare. The question is, how will your organization meet that change? We’re here to help. We are Relatient.