Summit Medical Group chief information officer Paul Shenenberger shares three steps to getting everyone, including employees, to own the patient engagement experience.
It’s generally thought that healthy people are more health-engaged than people diagnosed with medical issues. But that’s old health school thinking: most health consumers managing chronic conditions say they’ve become more engaged with healthcare over the past two years, according to CDW’s 2017 Patient Engagement...
The countdown to HIMSS17 is on. It’s less than three weeks and if you’re anything like me, you’ve not figured out your HIMSS schedule yet.
Healthcare is free at all levels for all patients.
Recently, planners of an upcoming event asked me some questions and here are the answers: 1. How would you define the role/responsibilities of a “patient” advocate?
Penn Medicine chief information officer Mike Restuccia highlights the trends and tools improving care delivery and celebrates health IT professionals for facilitating their use to engage patients.
Penn Medicine associate vice president of health technology Brian Wells shares insights from cognitive computing work so far.
As patients learn to manage high-deductible plans and health savings accounts, convenience, accessibility and neighborhood connections are shaping patient's financial decisions.
This is the sixth year of the Walking Gallery of Healthcare. We now number over 300 members walking around the world with patient story paintings on our backs. We are attending medical conferences where often there isn’t a patient speaker on the dais or in the audience.
Putting patients at the center of preventing mortality from blood clots, and being more aware of them in recognizing their onset, is key to stemming the disease burden. We can do more to engage with information, tools and other patients and programs to help monitor this condition.