San Diego, CA – May 14th, 2012 – ChiroTouch™, the nation's leader in chiropractic software, and Foot Levelers, the leading provider of individually designed Stabilizing Orthotics and other healthcare products, have recently partnered to help chiropractors with patient messaging.“Through the implementation of our powerful alert package, our companies feel we will be able to positively impact repeat orthotic purchases,” said Robert Moberg, President of ChiroTouch. “Working with Foot Levelers represents a significant step in that regard, and now doctors can serve their patients more thoroughly while increasing practice revenue from the wide range of products offered by Foot Levelers.”
“Foot Levelers is excited to work with ChiroTouch to bring a more streamlined process into doctors’ offices,” said Chuck Carver, Foot Levelers Vice President of Sales & Marketing. “Our goal is to work together to increase the staff’s, doctors’, and patients’ awareness of postural issues and simplify communication.”
ChiroTouch is a fully-certified server-based software designed from the ground up to maximize efficiencies for virtually every process, including patient self check-in, scheduling, SOAP notes, billing, interoffice communication and more. ChiroTouch has developed its HIPAA-compliant system to drastically reduce the time it takes to perform tasks that chiropractors are already doing. That gives chiropractors more time to see more patients—resulting in increased referrals, improved efficiencies, and a direct, measurable impact on practice profitability.
Foot Levelers has been serving the chiropractic profession for 60 years and specialize in products that are designed to improve the quality of life. From individually designed Stabilizing Orthotics, to custom foot wear and support pillows—Foot Levelers helps patients live pain free and healthy lifestyles.
“We believe this is an innovative communication tool for doctors to utilize in their offices and are looking forward to making more advances to further help offices and their patients,” said Carver.