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Now that 45 is the new 50 for Colonoscopy and many new treatments and procedures have emerged in Gastroenterology. This has created a backlog of patients who are due for either a procedure or exam.  Still, they need a reliable way to track and bring these patients back in.  Brevium will allow you to focus on Disease states and procedures your practice wants to prioritize to make the practice more profitable and improve the quality of care.

They Are Willing to Return

Among the many challenges your gastroenterology practice faces, bringing patients in for regular colonoscopies and treatments shouldn’t be among them. With our aging population and The Preventive Service Task Force recommending screenings begin at age 45, patients should be eager to make appointments. But let’s face it, scheduling colonoscopies and other gastro procedures are at the top of many patients to-do list. With two, five, or 10 years between checkups, postponing a checkup indefinitely is easy. For your practice, convincing these patients to come back is difficult. Yet, those patients who miss appointments or stop testing and treatments while they also struggle with diseases creates poor outcomes for the patients and your practice. You need a reliable way to track these patients and bring them back to your office without putting extra strain on your already overwhelmed office staff.

Brevium Can Help

Brevium has the tools and processes to reactive gastro patients. In addition to returning patients to the care they need and restoring your revenue, the Brevium reactivation system can fill gaps in your schedule at the clinic and endoscopy center. The Brevium tools include data mining software that we have developed over several years to find the inactive patients in your database, using criteria that you select, and communication in a way that will return them to activity. And the cost is much less than you would expect, especially compared to acquiring new patients. We’re so confident that you will realize significant results that we want you to try Brevium at no cost or obligation for installation, setup, customization, and consulting for one month. Ninety percent of our customers choose to continue the service.

Case Studies

North Suffolk Cardiology

  • Cardiology
  • Gastro

Opportunity: This cardiology center is a busy, 30-year-old practice with more than 35,000 active patients, with a full-service approach employing state-of-the-art technology and expertise. They were intrigued with the idea…

North Oaks OBGYN

  • Gastro
  • OB/Gyn

Opportunity: In an era of practice consolidation, increasing overhead and decreasing payor reimbursement, North Oaks OBGYN had a goal to remain independent and continue their growth. They found that their…

SureVision Eye Centers

  • Gastro
  • Ophthalmology

Opportunity: SureVision Eye Centers provides general ophthalmology services and refractive and cataract surgery to tens of thousands of patients in Missouri and Illinois. Analysis by SureVision determined they had been…

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What Providers Say


The number of patients we hadn’t seen in years was eye-opening, especially for the providers. This is true confirmation that Brevium works and helps improve patient health and retention. Brevium is a great tool and easy to use. Settings are at my fingertips, reports are thorough and customizable. I would recommend Brevium to any established clinic.

Katy Mullins

Administrator, Conway Women’s Health

    Data & Info

    Average Revenue Generated Over Time and Per Activation

    We have found that each patient who is reactivated brings in an average of $174 of revenue on their first return appointment and an additional $284 over 12 months. Consider the number of patients in your practice. If you have 30,000 patients, for example, 7,500 of those are likely inactive, and almost 2,000 can be reactivated with the right contact strategy. This represents a significant benefit for both the patients and your practice without spending a lot of money and time trying to attract new patients.