If you count yourself among ImageFIRST Denver’s customers, you know that creating cost-effective solutions that improve the patient experience at your healthcare facility is our raison d’etre. We live out this philosophy in our remarkable products and services (like medical uniforms and scrubs in Colorado Springs, CO), and also by our associations with professional networks. For example, we’re proudly an Organizational Sponsor of The Beryl Institute, a global network that facilitates conversations and shares resources centered around improving the patient experience. We’re thrilled to announce that we’ll be attending The Institute’s annual Patient Experience Conference April 13th-15th in Dallas, Texas.
The Beryl Institute is a very important and powerful voice in healthcare today. As patients gain a louder collective voice in terms of selecting their healthcare providers, it’s imperative that industry providers and vendors alike come together to pool their resources to continuously looks for ways to improve the patient experience. Furthermore, in a rapidly shifting industry landscape where facility funding is increasingly dependent on patient feedback, devoting more time and attention to meeting and exceeding patients’ expectation is essential. Accordingly, The Institute expands the definition of patient experience beyond medical care and defines it as the sum of all of a patient’s interactions with a healthcare facility’s staff and environment.
This April, healthcare professionals from around the world, including ImageFIRST, will attend The Institute’s Patient Experience Conference to build relationships with other vendors and professionals in healthcare and educate each other on the best practices for providing exceptional patient experiences. At ImageFIRST Denver, we keep the patient experience at the heart of everything we do and every product that we offer, from patient gowns to medical uniforms in Fort Collins, CO.
Our products and service have a twofold effect: Firstly, they provide patients with hand-inspected, sanitized linen, individually wrapped gowns and other products that immediately let them know that they’re in good hands. Additionally, Customer Advocates free up healthcare facility managers from linen management and help them save on costs with inventory control, letting them invest more resources in what matters most: their patients. Our patient-centric, cost-effective approach to medical linen and laundry has taught us so many valuable things about how valuable the patient experience is, and we’ll be happy to share what we’ve learned with others at this year’s conference.