By Matt Dickson – May is Mental Health Awareness Month, which means it’s a good time to raise awareness of those living with mental or behavioral health conditions. Through patient engagement strategies, your health system can connect patients with the right resources, provide support, and reduce the stigma about mental health.Read More
Is five a magic number that people will click on to find out what’s on the list? Is it just the right number you think you have the time to read? I don’t know but there are lots of lists out there with 5 things you should know.
Sharing lists on facts on the Cures Act, patient engagement strategies, benefits of HIEs, strategies for information blocking plans, simplifying public health data interoperability & more!
By Matt Dickson – One-click ordering. Same-day delivery. Curbside pickup. Real-time price comparisons. Today’s consumers are conditioned for instant gratification. Given these expectations, it’s no surprise that many healthcare consumers are drawn to the convenience provided by retail health clinics.
By Matt Dickson – With patients delaying care last year during the pandemic, health systems must focus on fostering strong patient engagement to prevent further health complications. Here are three ways your health system can drive patient engagement by meeting the needs of patients.
The thought leaders in our community are good about sharing their thoughts on the issues of today. Here are the top read and shared guest posts of November that we think deserve sharing again.
Sharing lists on addressing racial disparities in COVID-19, tools for future health care workers to succeed, job searching, creating meaningful connections with patients, recruiting at home employees, and how patients are in the drivers seat to their own healthcare.
By Matt Dickson – It is imperative that people continue to take care of themselves, both physically and mentally. But due to concerns about exposure to coronavirus, people are not venturing en masse to emergency rooms or hospitals, a trend we experienced during the SARS epidemic, and routine care with physicians is slipping.
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.