Are you having troubles tracking on your patients?
Do you want to know what are the stages of your patient follow-ups?
How you would like to manage your patient leads?
Are you not 100% sure of what happens to patient leads after they come-in?
Would you like to track different stages of the patient status?
PlacidTrack– International Patient Relationship Tracking System is the solution!
PlacidWay’s customer relationship management system,PlacidTrackis designed to follow the patient acquisition life cycle.
This proven web-based application allows the international patient coordination team to understand patient needs and facilitate consistent follow-up.
Based on extensive patient coordination experience, the system has features such as patient information tracking, medical reports tracking, customer follow-ups, along with many advanced features which allows smooth operations.
Why doesPlacidTRACK make sense?
Run your business at ease
Manage patient information and interaction
No more digging through various spreadsheets, emails, and databases searching patient information
Everything you need is stored in one place and accessible from anywhere
Customize it to work the way you want!
PlacidTrack Increases Patient Conversion!
Close patient deals faster!
Use one place to store and update information, record interactions and track patient communications.
International patient relationship building
Get better visibility!
See inside your business easily! This includes quick and easy projections
Patient personalised services!
Patient care, support and loyalty management
Manage all patient leads!
Don’t overlook or drop any of them… you have spent lot of resources finding these leads
Identifying and managing customer value proposition
Map your patient follow-up process:
Define if the lead is new, old, warm, cold, etc.
Understand Patient Needs Analysis
Define your success metrics (KPIs)
Customer-focused business processes
PlacidTRACK– Takes Charge Of Your International Patient Acquisition!
CRM App Customer Relationship Management was last modified: February 28th, 2017 by Pramod Goel