Product integration delivers tools to encourage profit-driven business decisions for specialty healthcare practices.
Nextech Systems, a leading provider of healthcare technology solutions for specialty physician practices, today announces its new partnership with RSI (RSI). The partnership will provide Nextech’s network of clients’ end-to-end patient acquisition and retention automation capabilities with built-in reports to measure and optimize clients’ return on marketing investments.
“In today’s hyper-competitive environment, specialty practices need to understand how to improve their patient acquisition and retention performance based on their return on investment,” said Jason Tuschman, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of RSI. “Our integration with Nextech will allow their users to increase profits and scale, while reducing workload based on $150 million in new patient revenue results our clients have realized from using the RSI software.”
By integrating with RSI, Nextech customers will have full transparency into their marketing, lead management and patient scheduling activities. This increased visibility will better enable practices to identify and address opportunities within key areas of their organizations. By using the integrated tools, users will better optimize their marketing and patient acquisition investments, allowing them to further scale their practices through essential patient acquisition and retention automation.
“Healthcare providers are increasingly pressured to operate as business owners, sometimes taking valuable time away from patient encounters to address marketing and business challenges. Our goal, alongside RSI, is to automate these processes to make it as easy as possible for providers to accelerate and excel, while still delivering crucial care to their patients,” Nextech’s President and CEO, Mike Scarbrough said. “As we expand our integration opportunities for providers, we are honored to partner with RSI to further enhance Nextech practices by providing them with the tools they need to reach their goals.”