Weave, a well-known and a fastest growing tech company announced a sophisticated patient communication and engagement platform, which is called Weave Unify. This is a multi-location service and created specifically for the same business.
Weave, a complete business toolbox for service-based businesses company, has created weave unify to empower in healthcare business in multiple locations by leveraging both parties’ schedules, patient bases, to and call handling staff to improve communications, streamline operations, increase revenue, and provide personalized and modernized patient care across the globe.
"For healthcare professionals, it is very difficult to attract, efficiently communicate, and engage with the patients, and this turns to be even more complex as a business functions multiple practices across offices in different locations," said Weave, CEO, Roy Banks. "Weave Unify makes dealings in different locations to switch each other's professionals and strengths to benefit grow the business more rapidly and competently, deliver healthier brand experiences, all while decreasing operational costs."
A recent survey among 300 healthcare business operators and owners in multi locations, multi-location practices that often cross-schedule patients are 63% more expected to constantly have a complete schedule, serving to maximize every healthcare specialist's time.
On February 11, Weave is holding a webinar with Dr. Eric Roman, who is a practicing dentist. The webinar is on the ways healthcare businesses have to rethink the communication and growth strategy in the year, 2021.
Weave Unify, the latest adding to Weave's rising set of healthcare business solutions, includes various solutions for email marketing, payment processing, and patient communications and experiences to brand healthcare practices profitable and more efficient.
Weave is a complete business toolbox provider for service-based businesses. With weave’s unique integration of software and hardware, it helps to simplify and streamline bushes growth, communication and retention across the various stages of customer journey. Weave, with more than 20,000 customers, was the first company to join Y Combinator. The company has received many awards, such as Forbes 2020 and 2019 Cloud 100 and Fortune 100 Best Companies 2019.