“Blended care delivery models consisting of both in-person and virtual care are playing a crucial role in improving patient experience and, more importantly, outcomes,” said Puneet Maheshwari, co-founder and CEO of DocASAP. “As we prepare for the next wave of COVID-19 infections, ensuring patient access to the right care provider and care setting at the right time will be critical. This, combined with enhanced healthcare consumer-facing digital capabilities, will streamline the delivery of end-to-end care during the pandemic and beyond.”
To learn more about DocASAP’s second annual “State of Patient Access and Engagement” 2020 survey, visit https://info.docasap.com/en-us/healthcare-consumer-digital-first.
Commissioned by DocASAP, the second annual “State of Patient Access and Engagement” 2020 survey was conducted by OnePoll, a marketing research company specializing in online quantitative research and polling, on October 16, 2020. Feedback was obtained from 1,000 U.S. adults who have used a healthcare provider in the last 12 months.
DocASAP provides the industry’s most advanced patient access and engagement platform for health systems, health plans and physician groups. DocASAP empowers organizations to navigate patients to the optimal provider and care setting at the right time throughout their access journey, helping improve outcomes, reduce costs and create a better patient experience. Backed and promoted in the market by Aetna, Optum and UnitedHealthcare, DocASAP builds unique payer-provider connections with an eye toward simpli?ed access, increased care compliance and improved population risk management. For more information, visit http://docasap.com or follow on Twitter @DocASAP.