Communication has been impacted for all of us and has forced us to think differently about how we digitally enable patient-provider conversations. During a period of distancing, how can we improve operational efficiency and patient experience?
Blog Post Top 5 Ways to a Patient-Centered Check-In Process Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Pinterest Chelsea YoungquistDirector of Marketing When a patient walks through your doors and arrives at registration, they may feel overwhelmed and nervous – not to mention dealing with the medical issue that brought them there to begin with. In this emotional state, … Read moreTop 5 Ways to a Patient-Centered Check-In Process
Blog Post Three Ways to Improve Informed Consent Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Pinterest Chelsea Youngquist Director of Marketing “Informed consent is not just the signing of a form. Informed consent is about a thorough process of communication between patient and provider,” says Aaron Fink, MD. As care providers, ensuring that our patients understand the goals and … Read moreThree Ways to Improve Informed Consent
Blog Post Blockchain in Healthcare A Pragmatic View Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Pinterest Doug Johnson,Vice President of Channel Strategies and Partnerships Some have said that Blockchain in healthcare is a technology solution looking for a problem to solve. And while this is not necessarily false, it also fails to recognize the potential for business innovation where … Read moreBlockchain in Healthcare
Blog Post Women Missing at Top Levels of Healthcare IT Leadership Making gender equality a priority is good for patient satisfaction, financial results Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Pinterest Chelsea Youngquist Director of Marketing Melinda Gates recently pledged $1 billion to promote gender equality. She has pledged that her company, Pivotal Ventures, will focus on three priorities … Read moreWomen Missing at Top Levels of Healthcare IT Leadership
Blog Post How Children’s Hospitals are Setting the Standard for Patient Experience, Engagement Pediatrics has a special charter in experience and engagement Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Pinterest Chelsea Youngquist Director of Marketing Improving the care experience of patients is among the top goals of all healthcare organizations. Children’s hospitals have unique challenges and opportunities, given the … Read moreHow Children’s Hospitals are setting the Standard
Blog Post Congress Considering New Plan to Cut Prescription Drug Costs Plan takes aim at skyrocketing costs Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Pinterest Arundi Venkayya Curator of EngagingPatients.org If you’ve followed any news about prescription drug prices, you know that 1) many have skyrocketed, 2) some Americans can’t afford their medicines and 3) there are legislative moves … Read moreCongress considering new plan to cut prescription drug costs
Blog Post Moving the Needle on Leapfrog’s Never Event Policy A quarter of U.S. hospitals fail to meet the policy Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Pinterest Arundi Venkayya Curator of EngagingPatients.org A recent report by the Leapfrog Group says that 25% of U.S. hospitals fail to meet their “Never Events” policy. Never events are “serious reportable events … Read moreMoving the Needle on Leapfrog’s Never Event Policy
Blog Post The Importance of Interoperability Why healthcare technology solutions need to be interoperable Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Pinterest Philip Blanks Director of Product Marketing “Interoperability” has been a constant buzzword in the healthcare industry for the past two decades. Essentially, it refers to the architecture that allows EHR systems to exchange accurate information between providers … Read moreThe Importance of Interoperability
Blog Post What’s in a Name? The time might be right to update your core branding Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Pinterest Arundi Venkayya Curator of EngagingPatients.org Google “healthcare system name changes” and you will undoubtedly find page after page about storied hospitals and health systems changing their names. But why? What leads an institution to change … Read moreWhat’s in a Name?