Enabling patients to complete digital health assessments before or after key appointments
DrDoctor is a patient engagement platform delivering the future of healthcare by moving clinically relevant patient interactions online. This improves care journeys by increasing safety and capacity, while cutting down cost.
DrDoctor is a multi-award-winning patient engagement platform that saves patients and hospitals time, effort and money by helping patients digitally engage with their healthcare provider. Our platform makes an instant impact by shifting clinically relevant patient interactions online. Our vision is a digital-first healthcare system that can meet the challenge of rising demand without sacrificing care quality. We are already working with more than 45 NHS Trusts and 17 million patients across the UK managing over 71 million appointments. Crucially ensuring patients get the care they need when they need it.
DrDoctor Assessments enables more personalised touchpoints between the patient and the care provider without any added resource. Save time, money and space by offering customisable forms online, pre or post clinic. Patients are able to provide clinicians critical insights into their condition from the comfort of their own home. DrDoctor Digital Assessments has enabled PIFU (Patient Initiated Follow Up) to succeed and waiting lists to reduce through involvement of patients.
- Follow up Management: Assessments can help clinicians decide whether follow-up appointments are completely necessary whilst continuing to manage their care.
Powerful features of DrDoctor Assessments
- Automate SMS reminders: Automate invitations and reminders to fill out secure assessment forms, ensuring a high completion rate.
- Ad hoc or long term: Flexible for any pathway. Set up long-term Longitudinal studies or send out ad hoc forms as you need them.
- Outstanding feedback: 93% positive feedback shows patients value remote touchpoints and personalised care.
Our NHS customers say:
"Clinician and patient engagement are vital. It’s very powerful for patients to know the data is used to inform care."