Wound Care Advantage has announced the release of FlightPlan 2.0, an algorithm-based referral programme which is designed to provide flexibility and increase efficiency for both physicians and programme directors working in the field of wound care and healing.
According to a statement, when Wound Care Advantage launched its FlightPlan technology platform two years ago, it “revolutionised the way programme directors connected with physicians and grew their centres”. By adopting this first-of-its-kind service, Wound Care Advantage partners were able to increase physician referrals by 30% and patient visits by 38%.
FlightPlan 2.0 is said to provide even more new and exciting tools to programme directors seeking growth and new business.
With the new 2.0 version, mobile capabilities of FlightPlan have been optimised, letting programme directors to adjust quickly when plans change or appointments are cancelled. At the press of a button, nearby physicians who match search criteria populate the map in real time, making it simple to add impromptu visits to their route, increasing speed and efficiency.
“Route planning and mapping have always been a key function of FlightPlan,” said Nick Keezer, CTO of Wound Care Advantage. “We know that every minute not spent in the field is a lost opportunity for community education. The new updates and features will save time handling administrative tasks so our programme directors and liaisons can spend more time connecting with physicians.”
Added functionality to the note-taking module allows programme directors to easily document their work in the field, allowing for more powerful and purposeful reporting that lets them stay ahead without getting lost in endless handwritten notes.
With design updates throughout, mobile optimisations and new functionality, FlightPlan continues to evolve so Wound Care Advantage partners can focus on building the relationships that grow and strengthen their wound care and hyperbaric medicine centres.