We hope this update finds each of you well. We have officially entered fall with dropping temperatures, but the air is still hot at Ripple!
Since our last newsletter, we added new team members, released multiple feature requests, attended events and received positive customer feedback. This quarter’s newsletter includes upcoming webinars, features, events, press, and a customer spotlight. In alignment with Breast Cancer Awareness month, our customer spotlight features a team focused on early detection and prevention of breast cancer.
Ripple’s latest release introduced the ability to send outgoing email communication to participants directly from Ripple! In this beta release, users can send an outgoing email message to an individual participant. We also made performance improvements for sites who frequently use comments and tasks. In addition, the ability to add a participant directly to the registry makes growing your database even easier. Missed our latest release? Learn more here
Capital Breast Cancer Center
Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Breast Care Center
Photo Credit: Savanna Mueller
October 4, 2019
Capital Breast Care Center ‘s (CBCC) is a cancer prevention and early detection center that provides community outreach and patient navigation services to underserved women in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area. CBCC utilizes evidence-based health and wellness education practices.
CBCC became a Ripple customer one and half years ago. They needed a clinical based system to track research-based outcomes since the majority of their research is epidemiological. Reporting is a significant part of their workflow and with the addition of the Global Home Screen, Bulk Move, and Export Features, getting analytics delivered to the appropriate leaders will be even easier. CBCC’s Patient Navigator, Tyra Hooper, explained,
“We’ve been able to use Ripple in a dynamic, and different way than originally intended. Patient navigation, data tracking and being able to export data with specific custom variables made our life a lot easier.” CBCC was one of Ripple’s early customers.