Procura Bridges the Patient Engagement Gap; Partners With Incendant Patient Education Program

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The Procura Group of Companies announced today that they have partnered with Incendant, the developers of the 360 Patient Engagement Program.

The Procura Group of Companies announced today that they have partnered with Incendant, the developers of the 360 Patient Engagement Program. Featuring content that was developed and maintained by practicing physicians and nurses, the 360 Patient Engagement Program is devoted to helping patients understand their medical issues by giving clinicians digital media that is easy to use and share.

“More healthcare providers are finding creative ways to meet the expectations of patient-centric healthcare,” stated Scott Overhill, President of the Procura Group of Companies. “On-demand digitized video education and interactive patient engagement systems allow enhanced and consistent information sharing. This in turn leads to patients better understanding their conditions and recovery pathway. We believe that these patients are then less likely to be re-admitted to the hospital and are able to approach their wellbeing without anxiety.”

“Home care providers quickly understand the benefit of our program,” said Shaun Gogarty, MD, Incendant’s Chief Executive Officer. “As a medical doctor, I’ve personally experienced the difficulty of explaining medical conditions, procedures, and treatments to thousands of patients. The value of our images and videos can’t be overstated. The 360 Patient Engagement images and videos enhance patient interaction by helping clinicians explain clearly and consistently patients’ problems and treatments. The jargon that plagues our medical profession is replaced by true patient engagement.”

Available online and offline, through personal computers, tablets and smartphones, the software runs on the majority of operating systems, including iOS, Android, Windows and Mac OS. The benefits of using the 360 Patient Engagement Program include consistent instruction, access to an entire library of images and videos, and less time spent on training and more time providing care.

The 360 Patient Engagement Program can be tailored to the specific needs of home care agencies. While Procura includes a standard education package for home care, providers are able to purchase additional images, videos, and languages, and to adapt the program to match the provider’s own corporate branding.

Information about Incendant can be found at To request a demonstration of Procura and the 360 Patient Engagement Program that is powered by Incendant, please submit your information here:

About Incedant

Incendant takes the complexities of health care and translates them into easy to understand visual media. Using mobile technology clinicians can better, and more easily, educate patients and families at the time of care and after via email. Better understanding leads to improved outcomes at lower cost.

For more information about Incendant, please contact Shaun Gogarty at 1.888-505-0620 or visit our website at

About Procura

Procura is the post-acute software vendor of choice for home, community and aged care organizations across North America and Australia. Over 10,000 users at more than 1,400 customer sites use Procura to manage over 160,000 employees. Our customers include four of the five largest national providers of care in Canada, Kaiser Permanente and Interim HealthCare in the U.S.A. and the four largest providers of care in Australia. Procura is headquartered in Victoria, BC and has offices in Chicago, IL, Boca Raton, FL, and Toowong, QLD.

Procura provides a fully integrated back office, clinical and mobility solution that decreases costs, and enables your organization to improve the quality of care. Our workforce management tools, clinical content and business intelligence provide efficiencies and controls that will help you drive your organization towards stability and growth.

For more information about Procura, please contact Carl Queton at 1.877.776.2872 or visit our website at

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