OpenDoctor lands Covia Health agreement

October 13, 2016 - Software developer OpenDoctor has landed an agreement to provide Covia Health with its online patient scheduling software for Covia's mobile 3D mammography and bone densitometry services.

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Why Patients Won't "Request an Appointment" Much Longer

Check out our top reasons online self-scheduling is a critical next step in any healthcare provider's digital strategy.

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What does consumerism in healthcare look like?

The interaction between healthcare organizations and patients is changing. What does it look like right now?

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Technology for the active aging population set to grow dramatically

Consumer use of health applications and devices has doubled in the past two years overall and tech products that serve the aging population are set for even further growth.

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New case study: the demand, what it's worth and the results so far.

See what is going on now with patient self-scheduling.

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Taking radiology scheduling after-hours

In a recent feature, Auntminnie.com focuses on the benefits of the openDoctor platform for radiology scheduling.

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What 3 things do consumers want from a healthcare mobile app?

A recent Accenture Consumer Survey spells out what consumers want and how healthcare organizations are delivering so far.

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University Radiology Goes Live with openDoctor

Our real-time, online appointment-booking platform is now available at universityradiology.com

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Enhancing the Patient Online Experience in 2016

If 2016 is the year of consumerism in healthcare, how does your online patient journey measure up?

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Is access to digital health lagging behind patient interest?

A new Nielsen survey contains some interesting findings supporting the theory that patients are looking for better technology and greater access in healthcare.

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Atlantic Medical Imaging (AMI) launches innovative patient engagement platform from openDoctor.

The AMI platform powered by openDoctor offers real-time, online self-scheduling capability complete with paperless registration for patients and physicians.

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Top 5 reasons digital self-scheduling is here to stay

Based on what we are hearing from clients, we have rounded up the top reasons we think digital self-scheduling is here to stay.

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Stop Scheduling the Analog Way

A recent article posted by mHealth News discusses the role of digital self scheduling in reducing hospital readmissions and the value it can deliver through increased efficiency, avoided penalties and increased reimbursement.

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Patient Registration Essentials

Everyone knows that filling out patient registration forms is a tedious process. Here are some essentials for making registration a better experience for everyone.

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What will Digital Self-Scheduling Look like by 2019?

In the evolving world of healthcare, an important piece of the patient engagement puzzle is how patients are able to book appointments. According to a study conducted by Accenture, digital self-scheduling is going to grow dramatically in the next few years.

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openDoctor featured on Becker's Hospital Review

We were recently named a "Health IT start up to know" by the Becker's Healthcare IT & CIO Review!

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openDoctor Signs an Agreement with GNYHA

openDoctor has signed an agreement with the Greater New York Hospital Association (GNYHA) to offer patient digital self-scheduling solutions to GNYHA Services members.

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Patient Self-Scheduling 2.0

openDoctor Chief Product Officer Josefina Jervis and Advisory Board Member Michael Turpin talk patient self-scheduling in today's consumer focused economy.

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