Atlanta, GA (Vocus/PRWEB) February 18, 2011
Patient Placement Systems (PPS) has released version 2.2 of the Web-based Referral Management System, announcing the ability to synchronize marketing tasks created in the Referral Management System with Microsoft Outlook.
“We recognize that many nursing home marketers and admissions staff members manage their activities and schedules through Microsoft Outlook,” said Doug Walker, vice president and general manager of Patient Placement Systems. “The task sync feature provides an easy way to effortlessly link the sales and marketing activities they currently track in our Referral Management System with Microsoft Outlook.”
The Web-based Referral Management System automates and accelerates marketing, admissions and reporting for multi-location skilled nursing facility providers. PPS designed the system specifically to help skilled nursing facilities market more effectively, build and manage quality census, improve case mix, outmaneuver competitors, and significantly increase revenue.
Marketing and sales task management represents one of many key performance tools in the Referral Management System that improve census, marketing and revenue performance for skilled nursing facilities. Providers can create, track and report tasks associated with a specific referral, referral source or marketing campaign. Now users can conveniently, automatically add tasks created in the Referral Management System to their Outlook calendars, helping nursing home managers and liaisons more efficiently assign, track and manage marketing and census building activities.
About Patient Placement Systems
Patient Placement Systems designed the Web-based Referral Management System to automate and accelerate the admissions, marketing and reporting for skilled nursing facilities. Clients have increased census by 5 percent, improved referral response times by more than 80 percent, and dramatically improved case mix and revenue. For more information, visit PatientPlacement.com or call 877-748-6656. PPS also publishes CaringForward.com, an industry blog of ideas, insight and technology to inform and improve long-term care.