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Customized Automated Text Messages Can Increase Clinic Revenue

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DALLAS, TX, June 06, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- AdTel International, Inc.'s Doctorconnect.net is an interactive patient communication service using two-way text/SMS, voice, and email communications to increase patient and family engagement. The latest addition to the service is the ability to send a second text message after the appointment reminder has been delivered to the patient. The information contained in the message is related to the patient's appointment type or diagnostic code.

An example message might include instructions for a 'new' patient to arrive 15 minutes early or visit the patient portal to complete the intake forms. The diagnostic code could remind patients with newly diagnosed hypertension to revisit the clinic in four weeks to check on response to medicines.
Bob Manley, President for AdTel, said, "Doctorconnect.net is increasing the efficiency of the client and increasing communication between the doctor and patient. The clinics are under pressure to make sure more patient care can be given without expanding their operating budget. That is the service doctorconnect.net is providing."

DoctorConnect.net is a subsidiary of AdTel International, Inc. that provides text, voice or email reminders to patients of upcoming scheduled appointments, reminders of vaccination schedules, re-care reminders, notices of availability of test results, notices of prescription refills, and notices of appointment schedule changes. The system allows patients to confirm appointments automatically or request a change in appointment time if necessary. The service is used by a variety of healthcare providers in a wide range of specialties and general medical practice as well as dentists, veterinarians, chiropractors, therapists, and home health providers.

AdTel International, Inc. is a privately held corporation based in Dallas, Texas that has been providing communication systems through innovative technology since 1992. AdTel may be contacted at 972-503-0717 or via our website www.doctorconnect.net.

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