Unfortunately, most health systems are not able to capture it. Despite investing billions of dollars in digital, particularly post-COVID, 70% of health systems have combined disparate point solutions that are disconnected and sub-optimized for consumers, providers, and service lines. Powered by data-driven intelligence, DexCare enables health systems to address three key barriers to making digitally-enabled care work.
Because DexCare was created by one of the largest and most innovative health systems in the world, DexCare intimately understands and serves the needs of health systems exclusively, enabling them to maintain and grow their customer relationships in the face of technology disruption that often offers competing products directly to consumers.
DexCare is currently enabling better digital care across multiple settings (retail, urgent, primary, specialty), modalities (virtual, in-person), and health systems (integrated delivery networks (IDNs), regional networks, academic medical centers) across the United States.
Attracts health system consumers to digital offerings in two clicks—from internet search to appointment.
Intelligently routes consumers to the care best suited to meet their needs, as well as the needs of the health system.
Automatically allocates resources to meet patient demand where and when those resources can be most productively employed.
DexCare enables health systems to effectively employ new on-demand and convenient care models within existing services or as new lines of business to expand access.
Health systems benefit from greater consumer engagement and satisfaction, as well as increased transactional and downstream revenue compared to EMR-native and point solutions.
DexCare offers consumers a seamless and fully digital experience, including booking, registration, payments, and reminders that increases patient satisfaction, reduces missed appointments, and simplifies the patient experience.