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An Affordable, Client-Branded Mobile Healthcare App Is Now Available Thanks To Bridge Patient Portal’s New Version 3.0

Our sister company Bridge Patient Portal, which creates patient engagement software like client-branded mobile healthcare apps and web applications, has released its newest version 3.0. 

Just like consumers in other industries, patients have come to expect a mobile healthcare app to perform like other high-quality applications they’re accustomed to. Patients want the same level of digital capability and self-enablement from a mobile healthcare app including extensive functionality for interfaces, patient medical records, appointment scheduling, messaging, bill pay, physician/location search, and more. Many healthcare organizations purchase one-off solutions because they find building a feature-rich, custom-branded mobile app to be far too costly. But with multiple, and often disparate, patient engagement platforms, technical problems arise when connecting these solutions into a single mobile app.

“For a positive patient experience, the mobile app should be branded to the healthcare organization, should provide rich functionality, and that functionality should be natively built into the app, not linked out to another app or web page,” said John Deutsch, Bridge Patient Portal’s CEO. “Bridge Patient Portal v3.0 has much of the same comprehensive functionality as our previous version but has been completely optimized and streamlined to work seamlessly from the desktop or mobile app. We spent the last year plus rewriting the code so our customers could publish their own branded mobile app at a fraction of the cost of other options, and patients would get what they want in a mobile app—a seamless web-to-mobile experience.”

Bridge v3.0 has been completely rebuilt and now uses one source code for its mobile and web applications, providing a single patient login for both versions. The mobile app patient portal also streamlines the user experience by providing an identical interface and capabilities as the web application. Healthcare and medical organizations with 25 providers or more can now afford to publish a client-branded mobile app, available in iOS and Android. 

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