Prospect Intelligence for Healthcare
When it comes to implementing grateful patient programs, DonorScape® is the daily prospect intelligence tool of choice among the nation’s leading healthcare organizations. By embedding the accumulated knowledge of Grenzebach Glier and Associates’ fundraising best practices into the workflow of the tool, DonorScape® is a critical technology enabler for staff in several areas of the hospital.
Better Patient Touchpoints
Leading organizations use DonorScape® to facilitate effective and efficient patient advocate visits and post-discharge satisfaction surveys and focus groups. By combining daily wealth screening of patients, patient families and guarantors with both inpatient and outpatient admission and discharge events, patients are engaged by the right person at the right time.
Our DonorScape® team works with your IT staff to implement a secure, fully-automated bridge that enables overnight wealth screening of all new donor prospects. The infrastructure and process are fully HIPAA-compliant and use leading industry standard frameworks and best practices. Best of all, results are available at the beginning of your day, and can be provided through a number of methods including desktop browser, tablet and e-mail alert.
Comprehensive Fundraising Strategy
Beyond daily wealth screening, DonorScape® is the platform that enables leaders to optimize their entire prospect management process. By including other constituent groups such as doctors, staff and board members, your grateful patient coordinators are able to look for additional relationships between people, often times identifying opportunities to influence giving behavior that would otherwise go unnoticed.
Energize your grateful patient program with DonorScape®'s philanthropic capacity to give metrics.
Benchmarking and metrics in fundraising allow you to demonstrate your program’s value, and to evaluate the effectiveness of your institution’s development program against that of your peers. The AAMC Development Survey highlights national trends in fundraising at medical schools and teaching hospitals, and provides participating institutions with individual results and comparison reports.
If your institution participated in the 2013 AAMC Development Survey (and even if it didn’t!), join us to discuss what the most recent survey results reveal about the size and scope of philanthropy programs at medical schools and teaching hospitals, and how you can access the survey results to assess your own fundraising program. (Note that registration is limited to AAMC members.)
G. Robert Alsobrook, Senior Executive Vice President, Grenzebach Glier and Associates
Leigh Weitzmann, Institutional Advancement Specialist, AAMC
Questions about this webinar or the AAMC Development Survey?
Contact Leigh Weitzmann at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-862-6209.
A Grateful Patient Program Case Study from the University of Missouri Health Care System.