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Kyruus News

Read the latest news and partnership announcements from Kyruus, a leading provider of patient access solutions.

Patient Access | Provider Networks

November 2nd, 2020

New Jersey’s Largest Integrated Healthcare Network Deploys Kyruus Technology to Transform How Consumers Find Care Online

Patient Experience | Patient Access | Provider Networks

February 5th, 2019

Leading Health System Leverages Kyruus Technology to Enhance the Provider Search Experience Across Its Expanded Network

Patient Experience | Patient Access | Provider Networks

January 23rd, 2019

Leaders from Both Organizations to Share Insights on Enabling Digital Patient Access Innovation at Top Healthcare IT Conference

Clients | Patient Experience | Patient Access | Access Center | Provider Networks

November 6th, 2018

Florida-Based Health System to Enhance Patient-Provider Matching and Scheduling Across Multiple Access Points

ATLAS Conference | Healthcare Conferences | Patient Experience | Patient Access | Provider Networks | Partners

September 25th, 2018

Four Nationally-Recognized Healthcare Executives to Discuss Driving a Consistent Brand and Patient Experience Across an Enterprise in First Ever ATLAS CEO Panel

Referral Management | Patient Access | Provider Networks

August 22nd, 2018

Kyruus Survey of 200 Physicians Shines Spotlight on Lack of Detailed Provider Data and Scheduling Options; Findings Indicate One-Third of Out-of-Network Referrals Avoidable Boston, MA – Kyruus today announced findings from a survey of 100 primary care and 100 specialty physicians aimed at better understanding referral practices and uncovering opportunities to improve care coordination. The findings, published in the 2018 Referral Trends Report: Positioning for Patient Retention, highlight providers’ top challenges in making optimal, in-network referrals. While 77 percent of providers surveyed recognize the importance of keeping patients in-network for care coordination, a notable 79 percent say they refer patients out of network. Coupled with other key insights, such findings suggest that improving referral processes can go a long way in helping health systems boost patient retention.