What a day!
I’m so excited to finally announce and officially welcome Keet Health into the Clinicient family. As an innovator in the patient engagement space, Keet will enable Clinicient to deliver the technology and services our market needs to provide an even better patient and clinical experience. It’s recovery reimagined.
Together with Clinicient’s INSIGHT platform, which combines EMR and revenue cycle management in a single system, Clinicient and Keet are uniquely positioned to deliver the technology and services that allow healthcare providers and systems to achieve a truly superior patient and clinical experience.
“We’re excited to join forces with Keet and we see the Clinicient/Keet combination as a natural extension of our offerings to drive client improvement, both clinically and financially. As the healthcare industry moves from fee-for-service to alternative payment models, systems that enable patients to take a more active role in their healthcare are critical to improved outcomes, better care and reduced costs. By adding mobile, patient-driven solutions to Clinicient’s offerings, we ensure that healthcare providers and systems have the end-to-end tools to attract and engage patients in a more meaningful way,” said T. Kent Rowe, Chief Executive Officer, Clinicient.
“Today, individuals want and expect the same simplicity, convenience and aesthetic in their healthcare experience that they enjoy as a consumer. We put a tremendous amount of thought into our design and user interface for both the patient and therapist to have a positive impact on their respective days,” said Jon Read, Chief Executive Officer, Keet Health.
I’m thrilled at this opportunity to join forces with the Keet team in Austin, TX (what better than two cities “keepin it weird”!). Stay tuned to our blog for more on patient engagement and Keet.
Want to learn more? Read the full press releasehere.
PS: Don’t miss Keet’s co-founder, David Self, announce the news on the Keet website and learn how Mario Kart and Mexico City made their way into the news. Check it out here! You can also see David on our blog discussing four reasons why patient engagement matters in PT.