Phreesia – Efficiency in the Waiting Room

Chaim Indig, Phreesia

Launched in 2006 at Health 2.0, the whole thesis of Phreesia has been lets make the patients do more of the work. Taking the pressure of the administrative staff, Phreesia is announcing its latest move – automating copay payments, billing, and more. Checking for insurance eligibility and multi-tasking while patients fill out forms, Phreesia’s debut of its latest efforts adds a whole new level of efficiency in the waiting room.

Tools for Practice Efficiency

This panel is regarding mobile and web-based tools designed to improve operational efficiency in the practice, including appointment scheduling and bill payment. Moderated by Brian Klepper from Healthcare Performance, Inc, and including demonstrations and commentary from Michael Nusimow (DrChrono), Chaim Indig (Phreesia) and Tom McHale (CarePass).

Phreesia – Checking In Patients With New Technology

Chaim Indig talks to us about Phreesia. Founded in 2008, Phreesia is known for its patient check-in platform. Founded on the philosophy “why not get your patients to do more?” Phreesia aims to streamline the patient check-in process by handing off some of the responsibility to patients in the waiting room – because who knows more about the patient than themselves?

Phreesia – Digitally Checking Patients In

Chaim Indig, CEO, Phreesia

Chaim started Phreesia his Manhattan apartment. Some $30+ million in VC funds later, those orange web pads are spreading in physicians’ offices across the nation, streamlining the clipboard process, helping educate patients, and collecting their co-pays. We think it’s Chaim’s fifth time at Health 2.0, but who’s counting? Here Chaim demonstrates the ease of usability of Phreesia, and the benefits of using it in a doctor’s office.

Health 2.0 Tools in the Doctors Office

How can Doctor’s offices become more efficient, high-functioning, and create a better connection with consumers? We have a team of panelists to discuss the latest technology to resolve exactly those issues above: Eran Kabakov (CEO, Info-Surge), Albert Santalo (President and CEO, CareCloud), Chaim Indig (CEO, Phreesia), Bob Rogers, Chief Scientist, Apixio, Guy Mansueto (VP, Marketing, Phytel), and Peter Tierney (Sr. Director, Mobile Solutions, Skyscape).

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Phreesia – Efficiency in the Waiting Room

Chaim Indig, Phreesia

Launched in 2006 at Health 2.0, the whole thesis of Phreesia has been lets make the patients do more of the work. Taking the pressure of the administrative staff, Phreesia is announcing its latest move – automating copay payments, billing, and more. Checking for insurance eligibility and multi-tasking while patients fill out forms, Phreesia’s debut of its latest efforts adds a whole new level of efficiency in the waiting room.

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Tools for Practice Efficiency

This panel is regarding mobile and web-based tools designed to improve operational efficiency in the practice, including appointment scheduling and bill payment. Moderated by Brian Klepper from Healthcare Performance, Inc, and including demonstrations and commentary from Michael Nusimow (DrChrono), Chaim Indig (Phreesia) and Tom McHale (CarePass).

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Phreesia – Checking In Patients With New Technology

Chaim Indig talks to us about Phreesia. Founded in 2008, Phreesia is known for its patient check-in platform. Founded on the philosophy “why not get your patients to do more?” Phreesia aims to streamline the patient check-in process by handing off some of the responsibility to patients in the waiting room – because who knows more about the patient than themselves?

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Phreesia – Digitally Checking Patients In

Chaim Indig, CEO, Phreesia

Chaim started Phreesia his Manhattan apartment. Some $30+ million in VC funds later, those orange web pads are spreading in physicians’ offices across the nation, streamlining the clipboard process, helping educate patients, and collecting their co-pays. We think it’s Chaim’s fifth time at Health 2.0, but who’s counting? Here Chaim demonstrates the ease of usability of Phreesia, and the benefits of using it in a doctor’s office.

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Health 2.0 Tools in the Doctors Office

How can Doctor’s offices become more efficient, high-functioning, and create a better connection with consumers? We have a team of panelists to discuss the latest technology to resolve exactly those issues above: Eran Kabakov (CEO, Info-Surge), Albert Santalo (President and CEO, CareCloud), Chaim Indig (CEO, Phreesia), Bob Rogers, Chief Scientist, Apixio, Guy Mansueto (VP, Marketing, Phytel), and Peter Tierney (Sr. Director, Mobile Solutions, Skyscape).