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Patient Create Powered by Bridge Connector Now Available in the Epic App Orchard


Bridge Connector, a technology company offering data-driven workflow automation for health IT interoperability, has announced its Patient Create application is now available in the Epic App Orchard. The application streamlines patient creation and reduces duplicate records to help health systems using Epic save time and prevent errors, particularly during the intake and onboarding process.

"Adding Patient Create to the App Orchard offers users a new tool to help streamline workflows and automate patient intake," said Josh Douglas, chief technology officer at Bridge Connector

With Patient Create, users can leverage Bridge Connector's extensive library of pre-existing integrations to automate the exchange and creation of patient health records across disparate data systems, reducing the chance of patient matching errors and streamlining the patient intake process. With this new functionality, users can easily track new leads from call centers and marketing campaigns using a variety of preferred engagement channels, all while reducing the risk of duplicate records often caused by dual manual documentation.


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