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Enterprise contact center
A strategic opportunity for health care providers
A contact center can help provide a more integrated experience across the major contact points throughout a patient’s lifecycle
For many businesses, consumer interaction is delivered through a wide range of channels and engagement capabilities, with the contact center often serving as the hub of these capabilities. The role of a contact center in shaping consumers’ overall experience with an organization continues to gain importance as it allows a direct, two-way voice in the consumer interaction–enabling relationship building. The contact center can be critical to delivering a differentiating patient experience, helping drive loyalty and increasing market share for health care providers.
Many health care providers today operate across a large network of geographically distributed hospitals, physician practices, ambulatory centers, and diagnostic centers that serve patients independently at each facility–each under a different set of policies and procedures. A contact center can help to unify the disjointed experience across various facilities and locations, enabling a consistent and high-quality patient experience that helps develop long-term consumer loyalty.
Enterprise contact center: A strategic opportunity for health care providers is a brief, informative piece which explores:
- How health care providers are leveraging contact centers to unify the patient experience
- Recommended steps to define and operationalize an enterprise contact center
- A high-level approach to execute the contact center transformation and become a consumer-centric organization
Providers are going through a significant amount of change, and it will be critical to effectively manage the patient journey. A contact center can help providers increase their market share by delivering a differentiated and consistent experience while reducing operational costs.