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Drive new-patient growth with Healthgrades online appointment scheduling

Thursday, June 9, 2016
8:30 am PT / 11:30 am ET

Presenters:
Tony Dale, Senior Vice President, Digital Solutions, Healthgrades
Becky Allen, Vice President, Product Marketing, Healthgrades

With over 80 percent of consumers wanting to book appointments online, online appointment scheduling has become a necessity for health systems. It increases the odds that consumers will choose your physicians and actually reduces your no-show rate. It also provides valuable data about consumer behavior and helps you engage patients throughout their healthcare journeys. Our webinar explains how Healthgrades can help you achieve buy-in from within your organization to increase patient volume, differentiate your health system, and retain patients and referrals — all by simply implementing online appointment scheduling.

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Listings Management

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On-demand -- 20 minutes

Healthgrades Listings Management helps you establish a single source of truth for your provider data, then we syndicate it across the web.

We make your data:

  • Accurate
  • Secure
  • Accessible
  • Actionable

Learn how to accurately syndicate your data across the web with this 20 minute webinar.

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The Challenge of Implementing a
Diabetes Prevention and Management Program

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Presenter: Lori Gibbons, Health Education Coordinator, Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital- 30 minutes

Prediabetes and diabetes are epidemic in Yakima County: About 1 in 3 Yakima County adults is prediabetic and 1 in 11 adults has Type 2 diabetes. In December 2013, Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital was awarded $202,000 to launch evidence-based programs. Learn how the Diabetes Prevention Program served 251 participants, most of whom reduced blood sugar (82 percent), lost weight (65 percent), and increased exercise (87 percent).

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Drive new-patient growth with Healthgrades online appointment scheduling

Thursday, June 9, 2016
8:30 am PT / 11:30 am ET

Presenters:
Tony Dale, Senior Vice President, Digital Solutions, Healthgrades
Becky Allen, Vice President, Product Marketing, Healthgrades

With over 80 percent of consumers wanting to book appointments online, online appointment scheduling has become a necessity for health systems. It increases the odds that consumers will choose your physicians and actually reduces your no-show rate. It also provides valuable data about consumer behavior and helps you engage patients throughout their healthcare journeys. Our webinar explains how Healthgrades can help you achieve buy-in from within your organization to increase patient volume, differentiate your health system, and retain patients and referrals — all by simply implementing online appointment scheduling.

Register now

Listings Management

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On-demand -- 20 minutes

Healthgrades Listings Management helps you establish a single source of truth for your provider data, then we syndicate it across the web.

We make your data:

  • Accurate
  • Secure
  • Accessible
  • Actionable

Learn how to accurately syndicate your data across the web with this 20 minute webinar.

Watch now!

 

(Log in or registration required)

The Challenge of Implementing a
Diabetes Prevention and Management Program

webinar presenter September 2015logo webinar hospital

Presenter: Lori Gibbons, Health Education Coordinator, Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital- 30 minutes

Prediabetes and diabetes are epidemic in Yakima County: About 1 in 3 Yakima County adults is prediabetic and 1 in 11 adults has Type 2 diabetes. In December 2013, Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital was awarded $202,000 to launch evidence-based programs. Learn how the Diabetes Prevention Program served 251 participants, most of whom reduced blood sugar (82 percent), lost weight (65 percent), and increased exercise (87 percent).

Watch now!
(Log in or registration required)