Case Studies – PatientTrak

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PatientTrak visibility solutions are used in a wide variety of applications across all medical specialties including outpatient centers, laboratories, medical offices, oncology, radiology, surgery, emergency, transplant, rheumatology, diagnostics, dermatology, urgent care and many others.

Here are a few case studies on how our customers use PatientTrak:

Type: Large academic medical center and healthcare delivery system

Specialties Using PatientTrak: Emergency, Main Admissions, Cancer Center, Transplant, CT, EMS, Radiology, Pediatrics, Heart Institute, others.

Applications: Patient tracking, flow management, kiosk check-in, text messaging, billing/processing, public screens, dashboard, advanced metrics/reporting, schedule integration.

Patients Served by PatientTrak: Over 4000 patients daily

Type: Diagnostic laboratory company affiliated with large health systems: Advocate Health Care and Aurora Health Care

Installation: Over 35 patient service centers and outpatient laboratories in the greater Chicago area.

Applications: Patient tracking, Patient  flow management, kiosk check-in, custom reporting.

Patients Served by PatientTrak: Over 1500 patients daily

Type: Large academic medical center and healthcare delivery system

Installation: PatientTrak is installed in five Methodist Hospitals in the greater Houston Area. Deptartments using PatientTrak include: Emergency, Main Admissions, Outpatient Admissions, Cancer Center, Pulmonary, CT, MRI, Xray, Surgery, Radiology, others.

Applications: Patient tracking, scheduling integration, flow management, kiosk check-in, text messaging, reporting.

Patients Served by PatientTrak: Over 2000 patients daily

Resource By : https://www.patienttrak.net/about-us/case-studies-2

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