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Smile Reminder's Personalized Technology Helps Patients See Through the Clutter
Date:9/2/2008

Smile Reminder Connects Eye Care Practices to Their Clients Via Real-Time

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LEHI, Utah, Sept. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Smile Reminder's innovative practice-to-patient communication service helps vision care providers break through the clutter to reach patients and prospects using the latest mobile technologies. Long established in the dental and medical industries, Smile Reminder has recently introduced its powerful communication tools into the eye care market, enabling doctors to reach patients, anytime, anywhere, in a personalized and relevant way.

Smile Reminder's patient messaging software system provides a secure and effective way for practices to directly communicate with patients by automatically sending, text and/or email messages such as appointment reminders, birthday greetings, e-surveys and newsletters to returning patients and special promotions for new prospects. Messages are customizable and always include branding elements including a company's logo and photographs, contact information, doctor's signature and links to the practice's website.

"Everyone is busy, doctors and patients included," says Smile Reminder CEO Jim Higgins. "Our technology bridges the gap to keep communication flowing and relationships vibrant."

Being the first to incorporate text-to-cell phone messaging capabilities into a patient communication system, Smile Reminder is the established leader in providing patient communication solutions that are compatible with today's mobile society. With Smile Reminder, vision care providers will be able to increase visits and referral opportunities, which in turn increase profits.

In fact, Smile Reminder has proven to be such a valuable patient care tool, that Advanced Medical Optics, Inc(R) (AMO), one of the top providers in the eye care industry, has listed them as one of their preferred vendors.

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