Exhibitor Spotlight: Brightree


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Can you share a brief summary of what your company does and how that fits into the home & alternate site infusion industry?

When it comes to your home infusion, ambulatory infusion, and pharmacy businesses, you don’t need to settle. But you do need a technology provider who’s there with you every step of the way. And that’s what you get with Brightree. We offer the most trusted cloud-based solution in the industry, allowing you to streamline workflows, analyze data and improve results for your infusion and pharmacy patients. And we back it up with tailored implementation services and real-time support to ensure your success and boost your profitability.

What are you most looking forward to at NHIA 2023 in Washington, D.C.?

We are excited to connect in person with the people powering the Infusion Industry, those we already know and those we will meet for the first time at this year’s event.

What are the biggest challenges your customers are currently facing?

These are some of the challenges we are helping our customers face:

- Driving efficiencies in their pharmacy with our new best-in-class pharmacist experience

- Meeting patient expectations with automated texting to streamline communications

- Improved data & analytics with outcomes dashboards and automatic submission of data to NHIA and SHP for benchmarking

- Integrations that improve compounding workflows and help ensure compliance

What are you most excited to share with attendees at the conference?

Brightree is powering digital transformation of the infusion industry. We are excited to unveil our game-changing product innovations and ideate with attendees about their vision for business efficiency and seamless patient interactions. We’re also excited to share our revenue cycle management expertise in putting data to work to maximize profitability.


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