Auburn, KY, February 19, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Auburn Community Health Clinic today announced a new online appointment registration feature through a partnership with iTriage® – a free mobile healthcare app that lets patients access medical information online and from their smartphones.
Now more than ever, patients want online access to medical providers, and a recent survey from Intuit Health reported that 81% of patients want to schedule appointments online. The appointment request feature allows patients to quickly request an appointment at Auburn Community Health Clinic directly from their computer or mobile device. This new feature increases efficiency and streamlines the appointment process. iTriage also lets users do the following:
· Research medical symptoms
· Learn about possible causes and treatment options
· Obtain medication information for treatment of a specific condition
· Find Auburn Community Health Clinic information like hours, services provided, and turn-by-turn directions
“As more patients turn to online devices to access and manage medical information, it’s crucial to provide them with the resources to insure healthcare access is convenient and reliable,” said Michelle Mitchell, Director of Business Development. “Online appointment setting provides a confidential service when scheduling an appointment over the phone isn’t ideal.”
iTriage can be accessed from any Internet-enabled device at www.iTriageHealth.com and is also available as a free download for iPhone® and Android™ mobile phones through app stores.
About Auburn Community Health Clinic
Located just off Highway 68/80 in Auburn, Kentucky, Auburn Community Health Clinic (ACHC) is staffed by two Nurse Practitioners and specializes in treating minor illnesses and injuries. ACHC is open Monday through Friday 8 AM-5 PM and Saturday from 8 AM-2 PM. Most insurance types are accepted, as well as self-pay. Walk-ins are welcome.
About iTriage, LLC
Headquartered in Denver, CO, iTriage, LLC is a global healthcare technology company founded in 2008 by two emergency medicine physicians. The company’s mobile platform and application, iTriage, offers a proprietary Symptom-to-Provider™ pathway that empowers patients to make better healthcare decisions. iTriage helps people answer the two most common medical questions: “What could be wrong?” and “Where should I go for treatment?” Millions of consumers around the globe have downloaded the free iTriage mobile app on their iPhone and Android devices, and thousands of healthcare providers use iTriage to reach and communicate critical facility and service information to patients. For more information, please visit http://about.iTriageHealth.com.