All this week, we’ve been introducing the StriveHub Platform. So far we’ve outlined why we built StriveHub, given you an overview of the Patient Relationship Management Process, and profiled two of the three major components of the StriveHub platform- StriveHub Reach and StriveHub Portal. Today we’re looking back to where it all started for Strive Labs, our home exercise prescription tool, TheraVid. A Better Patient Experience Since 2012, our team has been looking at ways to improve
This week, we’re talking about the StriveHub platform. Every day, we will be covering a different piece of the platform as well as some concepts that go along with it. Yesterday we detailed StriveHub Reach, a marketing automation tool that makes customer/patient outreach simple and, well, automatic. And tomorrow (SPOILER ALERT) you’re going to be hearing more about TheraVid, our home exercise prescription tool that helps keep patients engaged and on the right track with their recovery.
Earlier this week we announced the launch of StriveHub, a Patient Relationship Management Platform built specifically for health & wellness companies. All this week we’ll be outlining key features of the platform. The first component we will be featuring is StriveHub Reach. Make sure to check back for overviews on StriveHub Portal and TheraVid HEP later on this week. How do new patients find out about your clinic? Word-of-mouth referrals are the lifeblood of the modern PT practice. Ask
Yesterday, we announced the launch of StriveHub, a Patient Relationship Management Platform built specifically for health & wellness companies. Today, we will be outlining what Patient Relationship Management is, and provide some insight into how StriveHub can affect the process. In the next week, we will continue to peel back layers of the onion, providing a more in-depth look into the different aspects of the StriveHub Platform, and how each can be leveraged to grow your business. What is Patient
Over the last 12 months our team at Strive Labs has been working tirelessly to address one of the biggest problems facing our modern healthcare system. Today I’m incredibly excited to announce the result of this hard work, and outline the exciting new places we’re headed next. Where It All Started I’ve spent the better part of the last 8 years studying how people move. Our muscles, bones, and joints — so elegantly designed — all working together to