For medical practices aspiring to top performance, Brevium’s data-driven approach and software drive superior financial and clinical results by optimizing the patient appointment lifecycle.
Most practices have thousands of overdue patients. Virtually all practices have at least one method to avoid patient loss, and ~52% of medical practices have multiple methods in place. Despite this, most practices still have thousands of overdue, unscheduled patients. This results in decreased revenue, additional costs to acquire new patients and reduced quality of care.
Brevium is a provider of software that makes it easy to reactivate patients lost to follow-up, by mining the recalls, visit history, and claims data within a practice management system database. Brevium’s software and best practices are based on insights from a major exploration of the patient appointment lifecycle — the ALOHA Study. Our software analyzes your practice management database, targets appropriate patients, contacts these patients to bring them back and allows you to hold the entire process accountable.
ROI calculation is easy --- the software generates reports to ensure the process is tracked and easily understood. Based on many installations, practices may expect revenue, office visits and surgery volumes to increase dramatically with Brevium technology.
An Overview of Brevium
Learn more about patient reactivation and how Brevium's software helps medical practices bring back their patients lost to recall or overdue for care.
WHAT IS BREVIUM REACTIVATION SOFTWARE?
Brevium allows practices to track and brings back lost and overdue patients by:
- Targeting patients based on disease state, provider, location and other information you set
- Reactivating the highest priority patients for the practice
- Tracking progress with data and reports that create an accountable process
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Keeping Your Patient Appointment Schedule Intact During (and After) the COVID-19 Pandemic
Brevium’s data interpretation abilities and insights on the patient appointment lifecycle have allowed us to bring together findings on patient scheduling for practices at every stage of the pandemic.
White Paper: Effectiveness of Long-Term and Multi-Method Contact Strategies in Overdue Patient Reactivation
The ALOHA (Analysis of Lost, Overdue, High-risk, Absentee Patients) Study
While these findings may indicate a policy change for many practices, implementing data-backed best practices points toward improved patient-practice relationships. Through these strategies, the gap between practice and patient may be closed. At-risk patients can be better served by their practices, and practices will be burdened by fewer costly open appointments or the need to recruit new patients.
Case Study: North Suffolk Cardiology
Learn how Brevium’s patient reactivation software helped North Suffolk Cardiology achieve its goal of providing high-quality cardiology care to the community, as well as validating the previous experience of the administrator.