This week, Healthx, Inc. — a leader in cloud-based digital engagement solutions for healthcare payers — announced a new partnership with Santa Clara Family Health Plan (SCFHP), a local, public, not-for-profit health plan dedicated to improving the health and well-being of the residents of Santa Clara County, California.
According to a provided media announcement, through the Healthx Mobile Engagement Suite, SCFHP will expand its member outreach strategy to include SMS text message communications.
We’re told that the Healthx Mobile Engagement Suite will enable SCFHP to engage and connect through text messaging, a communication channel increasingly preferred by many members.
Based on the recently announced partnership with mPulse Mobile, Healthx offers a pre-integrated multi-channel mobile solution that provides SCFHP members with tailored and meaningful dialogue to encourage healthy behaviors, with significant savings to the Plan through reduced administrative costs.
“Engaging our members in their health is a top goal for us,” said Chris Turner, SCFHP’s Chief Operating Officer. “Personalized and interactive text messaging will help SCFHP drive member portal adoption and close gaps in care, improving outcomes for our members and our organization.”
To learn more about Healthx and its solutions, click here.
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