Patient engagement &portals

Show Patients You Care And Theyll Show You Gratitude

In recent years, consumer expectations around what constitutes an exceptional service experience have changed, and patient care is not immune to this movement. In todays world of on-demand service, patients expect real-time communication and transparency from their healthcare provider. To meet this need, healthcare organizations are moving toward a value-based care model where quality of

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How a Pharma Company Applied Machine Learning to Patient Data

Electronic health records offer one of the biggest opportunities for uncovering new insights. The growing availability of real-world data has generated tremendous excitement in health care. By some estimates, health data volumes are increasing by 48% annually, and the last decade has seen a boom in the collection and aggregation of this information. Among these

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NHIT Week 2018: Why Social Determinants of Health Are Vital to Patient Care

Providers are striving to keep patients healthier. Figuring out how to factor in environmental conditions is a start. As payment reform shifts provider strategies to strive for quality over quantity in care, organizations must think more and more about how best to keep their patients happy and healthy. Social determinants of health environmental conditions that

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How To Build Your Tech Stack Around The Patient ExperienceAnd Why You Should

Technology is disrupting the healthcare industry, including patients’ expectations about their care experience. Thus, healthcare organizations should implement technology that enhances the patient experienceand use behavior design to ensure adoption.Health care always has been a hands-on industry; however, technology is rapidly changing the way practitioners provide careand patients receive it. Tech solutions already have a

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How To Support Patient Education Through Technologies?

We strongly believe that only digital health can bring healthcare into the 21st century and make patients the point-of-care. One of the most visible consequences of digital health is the change in the relationship between patients and doctors. The latter are not the exclusive source of medical information anymore: search engines, online journals, and glossaries,

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