AT&T Expands Digital Hospital Portfolio with Mobile Wayfinding Partnership with Gozio Health

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AT&T Expands Digital Hospital Portfolio with Mobile Wayfinding Partnership with Gozio Health Image Credit: AT&T

Gozio Health announced a new strategic alliance with AT&T expanding its mobile wayfinding and patient engagement platform to healthcare systems nationwide.

The agreement allows Gozio to quickly scale its wayfinding platform to provide hospitals a digital solution that addresses the growing importance of patient experience in the consumerization of healthcare.

Gozio’s interactive maps provide users with step-by-step navigation to doctor’s offices, on-site dining, pharmacies, restrooms, parking decks and other points of interest, but the extensible mobile wayfinding platform does more than fulfill its fundamental mission of helping patients find their way around facilities. Advanced features give patients the ability to access urgent care and emergency department wait times, virtual visits, appointment scheduling, physician directories, electronic health records, ride share services, bill pay, and more.

In the era of touchscreens and mobile devices, patients expect immediate access to information with the tap of a button. The strategic alliance builds on AT&T’s Edge-to-Edge Digital Hospital solutions to help simplify the patient journey, both inside and outside the hospital as AT&T empowers digital healthcare with highly secure patient intake, entertainment, navigation and education solutions.

Joshua Titus, CEO and founder , Gozio Health
Gozio’s collaboration with AT&T enhances our mission to improve patients’ access to care and give health systems access to the boundless patient engagement opportunities available with a customizable mobile platform.

Rod Cruz, GM Healthcare Industry Solutions, AT&T
Today, the solutions AT&T offers go beyond traditional services to boost patient satisfaction and support optimal patient outcomes. Together with Gozio, we can help healthcare customers improve patient outcomes by engaging our collective capabilities in connectivity and data analytics.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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