Patient Education Provider Eyemaginations Launches ECHO BETA for ENT

Share Article

Patient Education provider Eyemaginations is pleased to announce the release of ECHO BETA for ENT—a new way for healthcare professionals to communicate and network with patients outside of their practices with patient-friendly 3D-animated videos and other media via email and social media.

patient education, ECHO, ENT, otolaryngologists, social media, facebook, twitter, balloon sinuplasty, PE tubes, myringotomy, chronic sinusitis, sinusitis

Introducing ECHO for ENT

"...by using ECHO for ENT, otolaryngologists and ENT professionals can now deliver patients a message that includes targeted selections from our comprehensive library of ENT videos." -Jeff Peres, President and CEO of Eyemaginations

Patient education provider Eyemaginations is pleased to announce the release of ECHO BETA for ENT—a new way for healthcare professionals to communicate and network with patients outside of their practices.

ECHO BETA allows practices to send patient-friendly 3D-animated videos and other media via email and social media. ECHO also enables the practice to send information such as new patient forms, pre-operative instructions, and directions to the office prior to the appointment. These elements can help a practice save crucial staff time and ensure thorough communication. In return, patients can then interact with these presentations via the web. This increased interaction frequently broadens a practice’s visibility and drives client referrals.

Jeff Peres, President and CEO of Eyemaginations, stated “by using ECHO for ENT, otolaryngologists and ENT professionals can now deliver patients a message that includes targeted selections from our comprehensive library of ENT videos. The practice can quickly and easily send ECHO messages from one online platform. For example, videos on PE Tubes can be used to counsel parents of children that are scheduled to undergo a myringotomy procedure, and videos on balloon sinuplasty can be used to reinforce post-procedure care instructions for patients suffering from chronic sinusitis. Even better, recipients of these patient education presentations can then share with friends and family via social media—a format that 23% of social networking site users are using to follow their friends’ personal health experiences and updates, according to Pew Research.”

ECHO BETA provides healthcare professionals with the ability to:

  • Engage with patients via email and social media
  • Reach an entire patient base with just a few clicks
  • Tighten the connection with patients, drive follow-up visits with service reminders and promotions
  • Increase patient retention by easily communicating complex topics with compelling animations
  • Grow patient base through referrals by sending information that is always highlighted with practice information and contact info as well as products and services
  • Customize messaging that includes office contact information, logos, and personal media
  • Build an audience base no matter the size of a practice

To sign up for ECHO BETA for ENT, please visit http://corporate.eyemaginations.com/content/echo-beta-sign-ent. For additional information on ECHO or the company’s full suite of patient education and marketing products, contact Eyemaginations directly by calling 1-877-321-5481 or online at http://www.eyemaginations.com.    

About Eyemaginations
Eyemaginations, Inc. is a healthcare media company focused on solutions that support professionals, patients and corporations in communicating and understanding complex topics. The company’s in-depth experience with animation, design and software has enabled Eyemaginations to create integrated systems that provide clear and concise education solutions. Eyemaginations has a portfolio of products that are focused on eye care, ENT, audiology and facial aesthetics. Eyemaginations may be reached by phone at 1-877-321-5481, email at info(at)eyemaginations(dot)com or online at http://www.eyemaginations.com.

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Betsy Turner
Visit website