Each year preceding the main ATLAS thought leadership event, Kyruus hosts its annual customer forum, an engaging pre-event that brings together patient access, marketing, innovation, and clinical leaders from across Kyruus’ customer base of more than 60 leading health systems. This year’s forum will be an interactive virtual event for members of our customer community to exchange success stories, best practices, and ideas – reflecting on the past year and looking ahead to the future. Attendees will also hear about Kyruus’ newest capabilities and upcoming product priorities; share feedback with the Kyruus team; and participate in breakout discussions with fellow leaders from other organizations. Each year, attendees leave the event not only with knowledge to move the needle even more on patient access, but also with a network of leaders pursuing similar goals. Please note: The customer forum is open to all existing customers as of October 15, 2020.
"It is always insightful to understand the best practices around access from other thought leaders in the industry."
"Great opportunity to meet people in a similar place in their journey."
"Very informative to learn about what others are doing, and how Kyruus is continuing to innovate along with their clients."
Customer Forum Agenda
Tuesday October 20, 2020
1:00 - 1:50pm: Customer Forum Kickoff: Creating the Patient Access Platform of Tomorrow
2:00 - 2:25pm: Reactivating Patient Access and Navigating Through the Pandemic
2:30 - 2:55pm: Implementing and Expanding Online Scheduling Options for Consumers
3:00 - 3:25pm: Product Breakout Sessions
Room 1—Extending Online Scheduling to Include Mammography and Other Services
Room 2—Optimizing Access Across Care Settings and Transitions
Room 3—Building Agility Around Patient Access with Flexible Search Routing
Room 4—Benchmarking Your Organization’s Performance with New Analytics
3:30 - 3:55pm: Concurrent Breakout Sessions
Room 1—Utilizing Virtual Care as a Competitive Advantage
Room 2—Harnessing the Value of Robust Clinical Configurations
Room 3—Enabling Successful Remote Access Center Operations