Florida Orthopaedic Institute Partners with DocASAP to Provide a New Standard of Access for its Patients
HERNDON, Va., Jan. 30, 2019
HERNDON, Va., Jan. 30, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- DocASAP, the industry's most advanced patient access and engagement platform for health systems, payers and physician practices, and Florida Orthopaedic Institute, Florida's leading orthopedic group, announced today a new partnership. Through this partnership, Florida Orthopaedic Institute will deploy DocASAP's patient matching, navigation and scheduling capabilities across all subspecialties and locations.
"We are devoted to providing the highest level of care and access for our patients. Offering round-the-clock access in almost every subspecialty is part of that commitment," said Dr. Roy Sanders, MD, president of Florida Orthopaedic Institute. "As we continue to grow, it is clear we need a patient access solution that can handle the complexity of our intake protocols and help us automatically match patients with the correct provider. DocASAP is the best solution for our needs, helping support our commitment to provide quality care, while strengthening relationships and connecting with existing and new patients."
DocASAP's patient access and engagement platform enables Florida Orthopaedic Institute to instantly match patients with the right orthopedic specialist, at the right time, with the appropriate care setting. Its unique technology will provide patient navigation and accurate online scheduling for all their subspecialties and dozens of providers across 9 locations. The implementation includes an integration with GE Centricity, their practice management system. Florida Orthopaedic will also have access to DocASAP Insights, which tracks real-time data on scheduling performance to improve business processes and drive smarter operations.
"Patient-centric healthcare organizations like Florida Orthopaedic Institute are adopting forward-thinking approaches to attract and retain patients while driving operational efficiencies and improving quality of care," said Puneet Maheshwari, CEO of DocASAP. "Our platform aligns with these organizations' strategies to innovate around patient access and engagement, whether it is online scheduling, in the call center or physician-to-physician referral situations. To support these access touchpoints, our provider data management solution ensures the integrity of scheduling information from enterprise applications, giving our clients a competitive advantage in their respective markets."
DocASAP provides the leading patient access and engagement platform for health systems, payers and physician practices. Backed and promoted in the market by Aetna, MultiPlan, and UnitedHealthcare, DocASAP builds unique payer-provider connections with an eye towards simpliﬁed access, increased care compliance and improved population risk management. DocASAP's intelligent patient-provider matching enables patients to connect with optimal care providers to enhance access, improve outcomes and reduce costs. For more information, visit http://docasap.com or follow on Twitter @DocASAP.
About Florida Orthopaedic Institute
Founded in 1989, Florida Orthopaedic Institute is Florida's largest orthopedic group and provides expertise and treatment of orthopedic-related injuries and conditions, including adult reconstruction and arthritis, chiropractic services, foot and ankle, general orthopedics, hand and wrist, interventional spine, musculoskeletal oncology, orthopedic trauma, physical medicine and rehabilitation, physical and occupational therapy, sports medicine, shoulder and elbow, spine and chiropractic services, among others. The organization treats patients throughout its surgery centers in North Tampa and Citrus Park, two urgent care centers in South Tampa and Brandon, and 9 office locations in Bloomingdale, Brandon, Citrus Park, North Tampa, Northdale, Palm Harbor, South Tampa, Sun City Center and Wesley Chapel. For more information, please visit: FloridaOrtho.com and 'like' us on Facebook: facebook.com/Florida.Orthopaedic.Institute.