Canopy Health Reduces Costs and Improves Patient Experiences with Progress Health Cloud
With the assistance of Progress, a provider of application development and deployment technologies, Canopy Health achieved marked success by using Progress Health Cloud.
Canopy Health is an accountable care organization dedicated to providing better quality healthcare in the San Francisco Bay area and with Progress Health Cloud, Canopy Health was able to reduce costs by as much as 70%, and decrease development time from 20 weeks to six weeks.
With a large network of physicians and providers, Canopy Health is transforming the patient healthcare experience, with digital at the center of their approach.
Canopy selected Progress Health Cloud to streamline the patient digital experience across mobile, web and desktop platforms, while accelerating development efforts, and making it easy to manage and maintain the applications once deployed.
With Progress Health Cloud, Canopy Health’s digital strategy was broken into three areas of focus – a public website, a suite of mobile applications and a member portal.
For the web, Progress Health Cloud delivered “Find a Doctor,” the provider and service directory. It was the framework of choice to build the suite of mobile applications, it provided the adaptors to enable the apps to connect to Salesforce Identity, IBM Initiate and other services, and the member portal also runs on Progress Health Cloud.
Thanks to Progress Health Cloud, the development team at Canopy Health was able to complete all three projects with fast, efficient and agile development. Patients love the user experience the applications provide, and this experience has become a differentiator for Canopy Health in the market.
Canopy Health understands that a great patient experience is critical to their success as an organization, said Dmitri Tcherevik, CTO at Progress.
Progress Health Cloud was the end-to-end cloud platform they needed because it could be leveraged for both the development and the long-term deployment of these applications, Tcherevik said.
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