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Urology patients are dealing with very personal and frightening procedures and hesitate to come in for appointments. Physicians are tasked with strengthening those relationships and dealing with high stakes decisions.​ Brevium can help make sure your patients aren’t going without the care they need by prioritizing the most at risk.​

Thousands Of Your Patients Are Missing

Everyday, high priority patients with conditions like BPH, prostate cancer, ED, and kidney disease go missing from your practice. These are patients who no-show, cancel, ignore recalls, or just fall through the cracks despite your best efforts. This trend points to poorer outcomes for the patient.

Brevium Can Help

Brevium has the technology to help urology practices boost retention of patients who need vital exams. We direct these patients to new or less busy providers. By pairing automated data mining and patient communication, you can expect more patients to follow through with prostate cancer checks, return for biologic treatment, and even keep that initial appointment.

Case Studies

Elevate Women’s Health Case Study

  • OB/Gyn
  • Urology

Elevate Women’s Health is a managed service organization that empowers physicians to deliver an elevated quality of care for patients, while creating an enhanced quality of life for themselves, their…

Conway Women’s Health

  • OB/Gyn
  • Urology

Opportunity: Conway Women’s Health was worried about patient retention among the student population in this college town. The administrator determined they had been losing patients to follow-up and tried to…

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What Providers Say


I’ve enjoyed how Brevium is able to pinpoint patients based on data and how it is customizable. The beauty to Brevium is that with the flip of some switches, we can turn on the clinics where we need to drive demand or turn off the ones where we don’t. Sometimes driving too much demand can cripple a clinic operationally. But Brevium gives us a systemized approach to target a certain number of patients per day.

Caitlin Crutchfield

VP Strategy & Integration, Elevate

    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.