PAYORS

Elevate your patient engagement process and reduce your medical loss ratio

Our patient-centric platform is designed with the payor in mind

Connect your members with preferred in-network providers with ease

Because “good for your patients” should also mean “good for you”

You and your members are trapped in a never ending cycle of phone calls.

Keeping patients in network is challenging and coordinating their care is time-consuming and expensive

Patients are more demanding than ever and your staff are overwhelmed

You and your members deserve better

Our world has changed and patient expectations have changed too

Florie gives you the tools needed to make your preferred provider networks more accessible and deliver a patient engagement experience that exceeds their expectations.

Don’t just find in-network providers for your members

Connect them with your preferred contracted providers

Delight your members and staff

Reduce administrative costs

Minimize your medical loss ratio

How Florie can help you

Today’s consumers don’t like making or receiving phone calls. Eliminate phone tag and engage with members and providers through your HIPAA-compliant chat.

Members want access to local in-network providers without all the hassle. Florie’s proprietary network software streamlines the scheduling process so patients connect with your preferred contracted network of providers with ease.

Receive and schedule referrals and direct patient appointment requests without ever making a phone call.

How to get started on Florie

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Schedule a demo

Schedule a 15 minute demo with a platform specialist to see how Florie will streamline your workflows.

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Set up your account

Your account specialist will then help you set up your account and coordinate any end-to-end testing.

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Invite your network

Once your account is set up, your account manager will help guide you through your first set of invites.

Increase access, and reduce cost without compromise

Because “good for your members” should also mean “good for you”