University Hospitals deploys virtual waiting rooms: 4 notes  

University Hospitals in Cleveland rolled out a new system that permits patients to practically inspect in and wait for their visits without physically getting in the facility waiting room, according to an Oct. 21 press release..

Jackie Drees –
Thursday, October 22nd, 2020
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4 notes:.

1. With PatientTraks technology, clients do not need to download a mobile app but rather receive a text with a link that informs personnel when they have actually gotten here for their consultation..

2. The digital tool enables patients and UH staff to interact through text so clients can stay in their car before their visit rather of the waiting room..

3. When it is time for the client to come inside for their see, PatientTraks system sends a text notice to the person..

4. More than 10,000 UH clients used the tool the very first day it was implemented, and the health system prepares to continue utilizing it after the COVID-19 pandemic, too..

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