How do I compose my "Why Udo?" message?
This article will guide you as you write your "Why Udo?" message to explain to your team why you've chosen to partner with Udo.
Introducing a new tool can be daunting because it means change—and change can be hard for people. We want a smooth and seamless rollout for your staff, which is why it's important they know what this change is and why it is occurring.
This message will be sent to anyone on your staff using Udo, so keep it short and concise. We encourage you to focus on answering these two questions:
- What is Udo?
- Why are we using Udo?
Improving communication and patient care resonates with everyone involved in healthcare, so don't shy away from emphasizing the end goal. Also, be sure to inform your team that more information and training will be provided at a later date.
We know crafting an inspiring introduction message can be tough, so take a peek at our "Why Udo?" template below. Feel free to use this example and customize it to reflect your voice, as well as include any additional information you feel is necessary for your particular team.
We are partnering with Udo to provide a better communication tool for our team, patients, and partnering providers.
Udo is not meant to replace our formal communication channels like our EMR. It is a mobile app designed to improve and organize our informal communication such as phone calls, sticky notes, fax messages, texts, and emails.
At the center of Udo is video collaboration, which will be available to our patients and providers both inside and outside our organization. We will be sending out more information about how we will be using Udo soon. But first, download the mobile app here and check out the Udo Knowledge Base to get started.
While we each chose to work in healthcare for our own reasons, I'm sure we can all agree we'd like to spend less time on administrative work and more time focusing on patients. Udo will allow us to communicate and collaborate on a single platform, giving us more time to do what we love: serve our patients and improve their quality of life.