[Infographic] Why Patient Engagement Requires a Platform

Patient engagement is a top priority for healthcare providers—and for very good reason. When patients are engaged, they’re more likely to have positive health outcomes and be actively involved in their care.

Providers need the right technology to help bring engagement initiatives to life. Implementing a patient portal is a great first step toward increasing patient engagement, but it is not the only tool you should consider.

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How to Analyze (and Simplify) Your Healthcare Technology Stack

As it turns out, there can be too much of a good thing. Technology has transformed the healthcare industry, allowing providers to reduce treatment costs, work more efficiently, and improve patient outcomes. However, the rapid acceleration of the healthcare tech industry has resulted in a number of different tools that providers need access to keep up in the modern age.

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Need to Simplify Physician Practice Workflows? These 6 Healthcare Tools Can Help

Complex physician practice workflows are not only stressful for medical staff, but also have a negative impact on patient outcomes and satisfaction. Healthcare organizations need access to digital tools to simplify workflows and improve organizational efficiency—but some solutions are more effective than others, and choosing the right tools for your practice can be daunting.

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This Month in Healthcare IT: COVID-19’s Impact on Healthcare

The healthcare industry is evolving rapidly as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

In particular, the healthcare information technology (IT) industry is experiencing significant changes. From the instant rise of telehealth to advancements in artificial intelligence, modern technology is transforming healthcare as we know it. Digital solutions are enabling providers to offer quality patient care from a distance and providing much-needed relief during this time.

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[Infographic] The Journey to Better Patient Engagement

Aside from the impact of COVID19, patients are avoiding or missing care visits for a variety of reasons—from fear of high medical bills to low-income patients with limited transportation options to working professionals with busy schedules. Unfortunately, when people avoid the healthcare they need, the entire health system suffers. 

Healthcare providers can take steps to combat this problem through better patient engagement both in times of crisis and when it’s business as usual. This infographic will show you the signs to look for to spot a disengaged patient, how to better understand their unique needs, and what it takes to help them overcome their care obstacles.

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