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January 27, 2016

Seven Hot Companies in DC you Should be Watching

By Leah Singer via DC Inno   Leah Singer of DC Inno features Binary Fountain as one of the seven companies that you should be watching in the DC metro area. Based in McLean, Va, Binary Fountain is the leading provider of patient feedback management solutions designed specifically for healthcare in a single cloud-based platform….

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By Leah Singer via DC Inno


 
Leah Singer of DC Inno features Binary Fountain as one of the seven companies that you should be watching in the DC metro area.

Based in McLean, Va, Binary Fountain is the leading provider of patient feedback management solutions designed specifically for healthcare in a single cloud-based platform. Its patient experience platform is built on a proprietary healthcare-centric Natural Language Processing (NLP) engine that mines patient feedback from surveys, online ratings and reviews sites, social media, and other data sources to equip its customers with the actionable insights needed to improve patient satisfaction and loyalty, increase engagement, and impact revenue.

Click here to read the feature on DC Inno’s website.

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Kayla Zamary
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December 02, 2015

Health care systems seek social media buzz

By Betsy Taylor via Catholic Health Association of the United States   Providence Health & Services, through its venture capital fund Providence Ventures, has recently made a second investment in Binary Fountain, a company that has developed software to crawl social media platforms, public data sources, online patient ratings and reviews and other sites, mining…

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By Betsy Taylor via Catholic Health Association of the United States


 
Providence Health & Services, through its venture capital fund Providence Ventures, has recently made a second investment in Binary Fountain, a company that has developed software to crawl social media platforms, public data sources, online patient ratings and reviews and other sites, mining public sentiment and combining that information with patient surveys to produce customized reports that reflect the day-to-day experiences of patients.

Orest Holubec, senior vice president for marketing and communication at Renton,Wash.-based Providence Health & Services, said the information leads to insights about what actions can be taken to improve the care experience.

Providence is a not only an investor, but also a customer of Binary Fountain and uses the tool strategically throughout the five-state health system.

Click here to read the article on the Catholic Health Association of the United States’ website.

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Kayla Zamary
Marketing Manager

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June 03, 2015

How hospitals hope to boost ratings on Yelp, HealthGrades, ZocDoc and Vitals

By Lena H. Sun via The Washington Post Lena Sun of The Washington Post sat down our client, Laura Markowski, Senior Marketing Advisor at Carilion Clinic. Markowski is in charge of Carilion’s social media and reputation management. She uses Binary Fountain’s patient experience platform, Binary Health Analytics to analyze digital patient feedback and divide it…

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By Lena H. Sun via The Washington Post

Lena Sun of The Washington Post sat down our client, Laura Markowski, Senior Marketing Advisor at Carilion Clinic. Markowski is in charge of Carilion’s social media and reputation management. She uses Binary Fountain’s patient experience platform, Binary Health Analytics to analyze digital patient feedback and divide it into 37 categories, including office staff and bedside manner to better understand the patient experience.

The patient experience platform has allowed Markowski to see real-time information about Carilion’s more than 500 doctors. Carilion is using the platform to survey patients and then push positive comments back out to the review and rating sites. That way, an Internet search may display the newest positive comments ahead of older negative reviews.  

Click here to read the article on The Washington Post website.

About the Author

Kayla Zamary
Marketing Manager

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