CheckedUp Introduces a Better Way to Wait at the ASCRS Meeting

Source: CheckedUp

CheckedUp announced the launch of CheckedUp Explorer, a new ophthalmology waiting room platform, in conjunction with the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery (ASCRS) meeting in Los Angeles. CheckedUp Explorer expands the company’s fully-integrated, multi-channel Patient Engagement Platform, which features five core components that reach the patient throughout their care experience and help manage office productivity. Demonstrations of the full Platform will be available at the CheckedUp exhibit booth (#615).

“The competing demands of seeing more patients while providing better care and an enhanced patient experience pose an increasingly difficult challenge for ophthalmic practices,” Richard Awdeh, MD, CEO and Founder of CheckedUp, said in a company news release. “We have demonstrated that we can balance both sides of this equation by providing a comprehensive, wrap-around engagement platform that guides, informs and supports the patient decision making process at every stage. CheckedUp Explorer, our newest offering, was designed to engage the patient while they sit in the waiting room with comprehensive, high-quality content from credible sources like CBS and HealthDay and ophthalmology-specific content from partners in medical publishing.  We are already seeing great results with this new product and are excited to debut it at ASCRS.”

“The CheckedUp platform helps my patients understand the ‘why’ behind the decisions they need to make, so they become more empowered. This leads to more of my patients selecting premium procedures,“ Cynthia Matossian, MD, Matossian Eye Associates, said in the news release. “I am excited to add CheckedUp Explorer to my practice and recognize the benefits of educating patients in advance of the consult.“

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