By Joelle Poe – The world is shifting almost entirely towards digital transactions. This digitization has only accelerated since the COVID pandemic began in 2020, leaving healthcare and consumer brands stranded in the middle—relearning how to engage and serve the audiences they thought they knew.Read More
By Patrick Burton – As consumers, we very seldom appreciate inconveniences, no matter how minor they are. As a result, producers of goods and services are competing feverishly to make transacting easy. In 2021, if we want something, we rarely have to go far to find it. Heck, most of it can now be delivered to your doorstep the same day.
By Greg Miller – COVID-19 delivered an unambiguous message last year to healthcare providers: Digital transformation can no longer be delayed. Providers heard that message loud and clear.
By David Burda – Unless you’ve been on a ventilator because you decided not to get a free vaccine from about anywhere that could have saved you from a deadly virus, you probably know that U.S. News and World Report just released it latest annual ranking of the best hospitals in the country.
By Matt Dickson – As innovative disrupters enter the healthcare market, today’s average consumer has many options for where and how to obtain healthcare services.
By Scott Corbitt – The healthcare data explosion has prompted thorny debates over data ownership and access. Obviously, patients have a vested interest in having access to their own personal health history, but the data holds value for other stakeholders as well.
Healthcare consumers are familiar with and trust cloud technology, yet nearly one in three still can not easily access their medical records, according to a report released from Ambra Health, “Era of Change: Today’s Healthcare Consumer”.
Consumerism is Taking Hold in Healthcare By Vern Davenport, President and Equity Partner, Medfusion Twitter: @medfusion A wave of consumerism is taking hold in healthcare,…