Patient Engagement

Healthgrades patient safety patient experience
By Henry Powderly 02:49 pm April 05, 2017
Hospitals are increasingly driven to improve in these areas to avoid reimbursement cuts.
Rush University Medical Center
By Bernie Monegain 11:35 am April 05, 2017
Dubbed digital "e-visits" by executives, the primary care service is for minor ailments ranging from allergies to sunburn.
By Beth Jones Sanborn 11:40 am March 30, 2017
AMA survey found administrative burden, stress, and lack of time were among the top physician challenges.

Intermountain's mobile health clinic on display at HIMSS17.

By Bernie Monegain 11:08 am March 29, 2017
Utah system's Mental Health Integration program embeds mental health screening and treatment within primary care and select specialty practices.
By John Andrews 01:37 pm March 28, 2017
Real engagement means managing hospital workflow, still-emerging relationships with post-acute practices and a complex customer dynamic for payers and providers alike.
UCHealth Facebook feed
By Bill Siwicki 08:41 am March 24, 2017
The hospital tested CareLoop technology and found that both clinicians and patients responded very positively to the social-style method for keeping up to date on care.
UC Davis telemedicine
By Heather Mack 10:58 am March 23, 2017
Rather than only looking at how the technology reduces costs and improves outcomes, researches focused on related time, transportation and environmental factors. 
Compass Medical Big Data
By Bill Siwicki 09:27 am March 23, 2017
By leveraging analytics and patient engagement, Compass developed a strong care management team and created a 360-degree view of patient care.
Premier Chief Operating Officer Mike Alkire

"Making sense of that data has clearly become a priority for leaders as has the movement toward a more consumer-centric and accountable care delivery system," said Premier Chief Operating Officer Mike Alkire about leadership in the industry during the current political climate. 

By Jessica Davis 10:54 am March 22, 2017
Healthcare leaders are zeroing in on population health, patient engagement and analytics, according to a new Premier study.
Intermountain predicting chronic disease

Heidi May, cardiovascular epidemiologist at the Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute, led research into the predictors of chronic illnesses.

By Bernie Monegain 02:14 pm March 20, 2017
Researchers say the Intermountain Chronic Disease Risk Score can predict which patients will receive a first diagnosis within three years.

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