With Preferral's electronic referrals, patients get
referral appointments instantly, instead of waiting days.
Patients also get to choose appointment times that work for
them, decreasing no-show rates.
Reduced Administrative Costs
Preferral can save an average individual practitioner up to $42,000 a year, and a larger facility a lot more by streamlining communications, reducing time needed to process information, and lowering employee overhead and paper related costs.
Preferral does not require any complicated integrations with your EMR.
Anyone can streamline their referral process after signing up. No long
installs or high setup fees, just 5 minutes and an Internet connection.
We understand that not all referrals are created equal. Preferral
allows you to model your professional relationships and have your
referral acceptance rules behave accordingly.
SmartGate Preference Engine
Preferral allows you to specify your referral preferences and
give appointment priority to referrals that meet those criteria. For example, an
orthopedist might choose to exclusively see knee patients. This can
be implemented and automatically managed.
By giving priority access to referrals that meet your saved criteria, you
can increase your profitability as a specialist by doing more of what
you're best at.
Patient In/Out-Flow Oversight
Find out where your marketing dollars are being effective,
as well as identifying which physicians are referring patients
into and out of your network or system with Preferral's clinical
Increased Patient Engagement
Patients receive email, text message, and phone call reminders of
their appointments when referrals are made with Preferral. Additionally,
Preferral is an effective channel for patients engaging with your patient
portal. Contact us today find out how.
Predictive Business Intelligence
Referrals are analyzed in aggregate with state of the art data mining and
machine learning algorithms to identify the most profitable referral
criteria matrices for you organization, as well as identifying at-risk
patients at the time of referral from primary care.