Improving Access With AI-Assisted Patient Engagement: A Product Showcase of HealthTalk A.I.
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In partnership with the Wisconsin Primary Health Care Association, this product showcase webinar will provide insights into how HealthTalk A.I., an AI-driven patient engagement platform, addresses the challenges community health centers face when it comes to managing outreach, identifying care gaps, scheduling, reducing no-shows, and more. You'll learn how the platform works and see the results health centers like yours are achieving.
Learn how AI-assisted patient engagement can create sustainable value for your patients and healthcare organization.
Jerrod Ullah, Founder & CEO, HealthTalk A.I.
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN:
How to streamline your access, administrative, and clinical operations to reduce workload and promote better outcomes
New strategies for identifying patients who need care, reducing no-shows, and closing care gaps
How to create new revenue streams and measure the financial impact of your patient engagement program
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Operation and IT roles
Quality improvement roles
Leadership and management
HealthTalk A.I. has helped us increase our cancer screenings by 73%.
Director of Clinical Operations at Upper Great Lakes Family Center
The Wisconsin Primary Health Care Association (WPHCA) is a not-for-profit professional association representing Wisconsin’s Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs, or Community Health Centers). WPHCA represents Wisconsin’s 19 Community Health Centers with more than 200 service delivery sites. WPHCA’s vision is a future where all individuals and communities in Wisconsin achieve their highest health potential. WPHCA’s mission is to improve health through the work of Community Health Centers and their partners. WPHCA has developed an anti-racism statement to reflect its intent and aspirations:
WPHCA is a wildly welcoming and inclusive organization that models growth and learning in a multiracial, multicultural workforce. We are a catalyst for change in Wisconsin as we address and repair past and present harms in healthcare. To achieve this vision, we will adopt anti-racist strategies, working at the intersections of structural racism and the social determinants of health, and will support our partners in doing the same.