Washington, D.C.

Nashville, TN


Reduce Your Transaction Costs With Self-Service Symptom Triage

  • May 17, 2017
  • 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET
  • Online

Healthcare providers and payers are under relentless pressure to meet the Triple Aim: improve patient satisfaction, deliver appropriate care and reduce cost per case.  There simply aren’t enough doctors and nurses to manage all of the interactions patients want to have, ERs are overflowing and costs are continuing to increase. Currently available solutions aren’t having enough of an impact on cost and quality and they aren’t transparent enough to be fully trusted by providers and payers.

The three pillars of the Triple Aim can be addressed using evidence-based clinical knowledge packaged with cutting edge technology to help meet patients “where they are” when new and concerning symptoms arise. The goal is to optimize outcomes and cost-effectiveness and support effective patient engagement and existing engagement activities between visits so your patients/members are directed to the right level of care, in the right care setting, at the right time, based on the health symptoms they’re experiencing.

Join this webinar to learn about the potential of patient/member self-triage tools to ensure that optimal and appropriate care is provided to increase patient satisfaction with 100% transparency. Matt Kavanagh, Product Manager from Applied Pathways, will discuss and provide an overview of Curion™ Go, a self-service triage responsive Web application that is easy to integrate into Payer portals. Curion Go is informed by clinical content from Mayo Clinic and powered by scenario modeling and execution technology from Applied Pathways.

What will attendees learn by participating:

  • Learn how a standardized, highly-reproducible, algorithm-based approach to patient-driven symptom triage ensures that members/patients are directed to the right level of care, at the right location, at the right time, for optimal, cost-effective treatment
  • See how payers can effectively integrate this type of tool into their existing online engagement activities and capabilities to drive utilization, optimize outcomes, and increase patient/member satisfaction

Who should attend:

  • Payers
  • Member engagement personnel
  • Innovation team leaders
  • Provider collaboration leadership
  • Consumer communication platform developers
  • Medical Economics
  • Finance


Matt Kavanagh, Product Manager, Applied Pathways