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HIMSS19 Preview: Triple Aim Takes Center Stage

HIMSS19 Global Conference and Exhibition February 11-15 Orlando

It’s almost here: HIMSS19, the mother of all health IT conferences. Conference organizers have billed this year’s mega-show in Orlando to be the place where “champions of health unite.” As our own PatientPoint champions of health prepare for the event, we see the Triple Aim of improving quality, decreasing costs and improving patient satisfaction dominating…

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6 Steps for Fearless & Valuable Healthcare Innovation

Innovation

Every year, tens of thousands descend on San Francisco in early January for the JP Morgan Healthcare Conference. Rooms are packed, copious notes taken, and important discussions are had about the future of the industry. To me, JPM19 came down to this: While hospitals and health systems have developed the core tenets of their care…

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3 Predictions for Healthcare in 2019

Healthcare Trends

When you stop to think about it, the healthcare happenings of 2018 had some of the main elements of a great superhero movie. There was conflict—think healthcare professionals and the increasing EHR burden. There was disruption—Amazon, Apple, telehealth and the rapid emergence of digital therapeutics. And, of course, there were the heroes—patients. (Not to mention…

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95% of Physicians Benefit from Patient Engagement Technology. Do You?

Doctor and patient with tablet

Take a look around your exam room. How old are the health information posters hanging on the walls? Do your anatomical models even have all the pieces? Outdated information and old equipment could make you seem behind the times—which, in turn, could impact your ability to engage your patients. Recently, PatientPoint® partnered with the Digital…

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Survey Says: 95% of Physicians Leveraging Patient Engagement Tech

Doctors and technology

In partnership with Digital Health Coalition, we recently asked 206 physicians about their attitudes and behaviors regarding emerging patient engagement technology—how they’re using it, what they expect to see in the future and the benefits they hope to gain from it. Nearly all (95%) of our respondents reported using some form of technology, and top…

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Why This Patient Believes in Point of Care

Traver Hutchins

I’ve built my career around the power of coupling education and targeted brand messaging at the point of care to drive outcomes. However, it wasn’t until I became a patient myself in 2008 that I had the opportunity to truly see things from a patient’s perspective. My own journey with multiple myeloma confirmed my passion…

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3 Things Children’s Hospitals Need to Tell Parents

Pediatric hospital

As a mom, I can attest to this universal parenting truth: When our kids hurt, we hurt. Our hearts sink and our stomachs drop. Whether it’s the sniffles, a broken bone or something much worse, as parents we want to move heaven and earth to make things better for our kids. The stress of having…

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Meet April Albrecht—PatientPoint Relationship Manager

April Albrecht Relationship Manager

Perhaps no group within PatientPoint exemplifies our commitment to customer service better than our Relationship Managers (RMs). From the moment a location has a PatientPoint program installed, the RM becomes the primary point of contact—available to answer any questions, provide technical expertise, assist with managing or adding programs and so much more. As an RM…

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Unlock Your Patient Engagement Potential

At their core, health systems, hospitals and practices must provide high-quality, profitable care experiences. As patients become more active participants in their care, many providers are taking a closer look at their engagement strategies to keep patients satisfied—and most importantly, healthy. While you may think a fully connected, customizable patient experience is something of the…

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