Wichita Falls Endoscopy Center Committed to Patient Care

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Wichita Falls Endoscopy Center, a gastroenterology Ambulatory Surgery Center, has selected Clearwave Corporation’s patient access solutions to help launch a new, state-of-the art patient check-in system that caters to patient needs. Brandon Beshear, Administrator for Wichita Falls Endoscopy Center, will be presenting data demonstrating outcomes Wichita Falls Endoscopy Center has seen following their adoption of Clearwave technology at the upcoming Becker’s ASC Conference in Chicago, Illinois, on October 20 at 10:15 a.m.

“We conducted a thorough analysis of the options before selecting Clearwave,” Beshear says. “We were committed to providing our patients with the best possible care from the moment they walk into our offices. We knew we needed to make an investment in the future. Now that we have implemented Clearwave, our receptionists can focus on our patients, and we have eliminated a scheduling backlog. Patient check-in is taking approximately three minutes at the kiosk and less than two minutes with Mobile Pre-Check™,” Beshear continued. “Additionally, we have seen a significant increase in coordination of care by having our referral patients start the Mobile Pre-Check™ process at their affiliated doctor. The bottom line is that we could not manually coordinate benefits as well as Clearwave does automatically.”

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