If it's not relevant, easy—and yes—delightful, the opportunity to engage with the patient is lost.
Hackers are increasingly using targeted attacks that resemble legitimate electronic communications.
Next generation medical wearables are facilitating the shift to a value-based care system, moving the point of care to the patient’s home while allowing doctors to monitor the patient’s condition through continuous, real-time data.
While newsmaking cyberattacks often involve external hacks, many breaches result from mistakes made within the practice.
Computerized records are not going away, so it is imperative to develop strategies to mitigate and cope with the stress EHRs are causing—for physicians and for patients.
How to keep your patients and your staff healthy
The healthcare industry doesn’t stay still and neither do the health systems within it as they strive to make meaningful progress for their patients and providers. With that, we see several key interconnected trends making an impact in 2019.
It’s crucial for providers to think of patients as customers and engage with them via the same channels that other businesses use to nurture those valuable relationships.
Four ways advances in EHR technology can help providers achieve mandated MIPS target performance to not only report but also improve patient care.
As physicians, we have given up control and lost the ability to do the job we were trained to do. Our focus has turned instead to serving needs that have become more demanding than those of our patients.