Better Mammography, Better Business
Providing MammoPad® breast cushions as the standard of care for your patients speaks highly of your commitment to patient care and comfort, and can help you increase patient satisfaction, loyalty, and volume, as well as revenues.
Being a "Softer Mammogram Provider" gives you the opportunity to increase volume by encouraging women who avoid or delay their mammograms due to fear of discomfort to get one, and by differentiating your "softer" mammography services from your competitors. Using MammoPad breast cushions during a digital mammogram creates a "high-tech, soft-touch" experience for patients. This unique combination ensures your patients have the most compassionate care possible and confident clinical results. These messages will resonate with the women in your community as well as with referring physicians.
Facilities that provide MammoPad breast cushions as a standard of care are eligible to become a member of the exclusive MammoPad® Softer Mammogram Provider Program. Through this program, we recognize the commitment imaging centers make to improve the mammogram experience, and in return, we are committed to helping you grow your business and spread the word about the Softer Mammogram™ and the importance of early detection of breast cancer.
Increase Patient Volume & Revenue with MammoPad Breast Cushions
- A large, all-digital mammography center in Arizona increased the number of women choosing their facility by 23%.1
- An outpatient care center dedicated to high-tech, patient-focused care in Kentucky experienced a 99% and 72% increase in annual patient volume and revenues, respectively.2
- A state-of-the-art digital imaging center in central California experienced a patient volume increase of more than 60% by catering to women's concern about mammography discomfort and their desire to have the latest imaging technology.3
2. Neal, S. and Murphy R. "Increasing Revenue, Volume and Capacity by Marketing Digital Mammography and a Mammography Breast Cushion." ACHE ( American College of Healthcare Executives) Poster Presentation, March 2007.
3. Ah Tye, G and Lauck, R. The Breast Center at Sequoia Imaging, Kaweah Delta Health Care District, Visalia , CA . "Marketing Digital Mammography and a Mammography Breast Cushion to Increase Capacity." Volume. 2005.