Kyruus recently announced that its ProviderMatch DirectBook has been included in the Cerner App Gallery.
Cerner, an electronic health record platform, is used by hospitals across the U.S.
The inclusion in the Cerner App Gallery means that ProviderMatch DirectBook has completed the code Developer Program validation process, which verifies four major categories: security, functionality, technical conformance, and operations. This process ensures that apps meet client security and reliability expectations. Health systems using the Cerner Millennium EHR workflows can add ProviderMatch DirectBook to their software.
“Enabling patients to not only find the right provider for their needs, but also book appointments with their chosen provider in a hassle-free way is at the core of what we do at Kyruus,” the company said in a statement. “Our direct scheduling solution, ProviderMatch DirectBook, enables consumers and health system staff using our ProviderMatch search and scheduling solutions to view real-time appointment availability and book directly into underlying EHR systems.”
Leveraging ProviderMatch DirectBook with Cerner will help health systems:
- Improve digital patient access and stand out from competitors by offering the modern, self-scheduling options today’s consumers demand.
- Boost demand conversion to booked appointments by enabling direct booking into providers’ schedules once a patient finds the right match for their needs.
- Enhance the patient experience through their call centers by avoiding unnecessary holds, transfers, and additional calls on the path to obtaining an appointment.
Kyruus says it is helping 40 leading health systems, representing more than 225,000 providers, across the country to transform patient access through its ProviderMatch system.
Read the original press release here.