By Don Rucker MD – In the 1990s, many Americans interacted with the Internet through America Online. While this platform was revolutionary, providing users with e-mail services and access to content, it was also a closed network.Read More
December 10-13, 2018 Music City Center, Nashville TN Hashtag: #AHIPcx Creating and Executing CX and Digital Health Programs that Deliver Results As a health care strategist,…
By Lana Moriarty – Melissa Crawford is a mother from Concord, NH. Her two year old daughter, Ava, has a congenital heart defect and was recently diagnosed with epilepsy. Melissa loves Ava’s physician’s patient portal since it allows her to easily book appointments and refill Ava’s medications online.
At HIMSS17 in Orlando, Patient Engagement was a topic of keen interest, for a number of reasons. I sat down with Dr. Robert Dudzinski, Executive Vice President, Healthcare Practice for West Corporation. Dr. Dudzinski shares his insights on the intersection of patient engagement and value-based care.
By Talisha Searcy & Lana Moriarty – To help individuals manage their health, the EHR Incentive Programs called on providers to enable patients to electronically view, download, and transmit their health information.
August 30 – September 1, 2016, The Omni Hotel, San Diego CA Hashtag: #CONNHealth16 Connected Health Summit: Engaging Consumers spotlights health technologies as part of…
By Thomas Mason MD – Playbooks Aren’t Just for Sports Teams: Clinicians and other health care providers practice medicine with the noble goal of improving patient outcomes. The day-to-day considerations in treating patients are complex, which is where technology can be leveraged to streamline and better inform the patient-provider interaction.
By Karen B. DeSalvo & Lucia Savage – In order to effectively manage their health, individuals need to be able to access and use their health information when, where, and how they want, including sending it to the people and tools helping them become or stay healthy.
By Matt Patterson, MD – It is no secret that health systems are under intense pressure to deliver better outcomes at lower costs, and standardizing acute care workflow will only carry providers so far. Truly moving the needle on cost and outcomes will require a fundamental redesign in care delivery; otherwise, health systems may well find themselves left out.