Customer Engagement in Healthcare in Europe and North America

Healthcare Vertical

  • Research Code : NE53-01-00-00-00
  • SKU : IT00740-NA-CR_02023
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  • Release Date : 10-Oct-2014
  • Region : North America
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The objective of this study is to analyze the current and future adoption trends of various customer contact strategies, enabling technologies, and services in the healthcare vertical. North American healthcare companies are more likely to have social customer care, but are behind their European counterparts in terms of mobile customer care. 38% of contact center organizations state that their contact channels are fully integrated; however, by 2016, 52% are expected to be fully integrated. Most healthcare companies expect the volume of outbound interactions to increase for proactive customer care, sales, and marketing. Significantly, more contact centers have adopted hosted/cloud contact center solutions in North America, when compared to Europe. Customer service is the most outsourced contact center function, followed by collections.
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