Maximize your Epic investment with Relatient Patient Messaging
Relatient’s award-winning patient messaging platform is driving MyChart adoption, optimizing provider schedules, creating efficient workflows, and more.
Find out how you can plug Relatient into your system to get the most from your Epic investment.
Resources for Epic Users
Watch the Interview: Collin Henry, The Warren Clinic
Watch the Webinar: Optimizing Epic MyChart with Patient Messaging
Download the Case Studies
See How Relatient & Epic Work Together
See How Relatient Integrates With Epic
Empower patients to schedule their own appointments anywhere, anytime on their preferred device and automate the patient waitlist with Relatient Patient Self-Scheduling & Waitlist. Quickly fill cancelled appointments and keep schedules full while improving patient satisfaction and health.
It’s not just a phone, it’s
the digital front door to healthcare
Americans spend an average of 5 hours a day on their mobile phones, that’s why Relatient is putting their care in the palm of their hands. We’ve leveraged technology to empower patients with the flexibility and convenience they expect, while delivering health systems unprecedented efficiency, access, and revenue.
Take a look at some outcomes Epic users have seen:
66% decrease in no-shows
100 new appointments on the schedule, weekly
21,000 COVID-19 vaccinations distributed in 6 weeks
The Relatient & Epic Integration
HL7 or SFTP Build from Cadence
The bidirectional communication between Epic and Relatient allows for patient statuses to be written back into Epic. If a patient confirms, cancels, or requests to reschedule, Relatient sends the status into the DAR (Department Appointments Report)—Epic users can see this in the status column of the scheduling desktop. In other words, physicians and staff can see at-a-glance which appointments were confirmed and which were not—without requiring manual data entry between the two systems
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“It doesn’t matter if you remind a patient of an appointment 100 times if the patient cancels and the office doesn’t have the ability to manage appointments and backfill from the DAR (Epic’s Department Appointments Report), it doesn’t matter.”