Our partners at Hyro have just announced the first ever Digital Front Door Day, a virtual event for all things DFD. Hyro is the company that is connecting the world, thousands of AI-powered conversations at a time. As the #1 Adaptive Communications company, they’re turning complex data into simple dialogue with natural language automation and computational linguistics. Health systems across the U.S., including Baptist Health and Mercy Health, trust Hyro to replace their rigid, intent-based chatbots and IVR systems with adaptive conversational experiences that are simple, fast and scalable.
Gozio has partnered with Hyro to offer an imbedded AI Virtual assistant in our mobile platform, and we're exited to be a part of this amazing educational event.
During this all-day event, attendees have the opportunity to:
Gain insights from top innovators across healthcare
Discover tried and true strategies, best practices, and playbooks
Unlock the answers to the most pressing questions on digital front door strategy and implementation
Join the brightest stars in healthcare innovation including:
Gozio will be on hand to present a session on the value of mobile in your digital front door strategy. We hope you'll join us for: Why Your Digital Front Door Needs to Be Mobile Patients want a digital experience in healthcare that mirrors what they have in other areas of their lives, and if they don’t get it, 90% will consider switching providers. That means offering an engaging experience on mobile. A mobile-optimized website or patient portal isn’t enough. Consumers want much more than that, and organizations that have been successful with mobile engagement have delivered the right experience. Learn how Piedmont Healthcare and others have driven very high patient engagement through mobile that is helping them achieve key organizational goals.
What other big questions will get answered at this event? You'll get insights on things like:
How can I safely and responsibly integrate generative AI into my Digital Front Door strategy?
What will the next five years in digital patient engagement and experience look like?
What trends should I expect to see in 2024? What trends am I missing right now?
What does a successful Digital Front Door look like? How do I accurately measure its success?