CORRECTION: Kyruus to Support Bozeman Digital Transformation

[Corrects headline to state that Kyruus supports Bozeman transformation.] Kyruus, the provider of provider search and scheduling solutions for health systems, has announced that Bozeman Health, Southwest Montana´s health system, has chosen the Kyruus ProviderMatch® platform to form the foundation of its system-wide digital transformation initiative, the company said.

Bozeman Health will leverage the platform to enhance and integrate the patient access experience across key points of access.

Since its start as a single hospital more than 100 years ago, Bozeman Health has expanded to serve patients throughout Southwest Montana with two hospitals, provider offices, urgent care clinics, and other care sites. This expansion, coupled with the region´s substantial population growth, led the health system to look for technology to help it meet rising demand for access to healthcare services via both traditional and digital avenues.

As a precursor to the latter, Bozeman Health knew it would need to aggregate provider data in a centralized, consistent, and scalable way. To that end, the organization will first transition its provider directory to the KyruusOne® platform.

Bozeman Health is an integrated healthcare delivery system serving an eight-county region in Southwest Montana. As a nonprofit organization, governed by a community board of directors, Bozeman Health is the largest private employer in Gallatin County, with more than 2,300 employees, including 250 medical providers representing 40 clinical specialties. Learn more about Bozeman Health at BozemanHealth.org.

Kyruus delivers industry-defining provider search and scheduling solutions that help health systems match patients with the right providers across their enterprise-wide access points. Serving more than 225,000 providers across health systems nationwide, the Kyruus ProviderMatch® suite of solutions–for consumers, access centers, and care settings–enables a modern and consistent patient experience, while optimizing provider utilization.