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Perspectives That Are on Point

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A mature woman and man dressed in exercise gear descend stairs in a wooded area on a fall walk.

The Inside Story on #LiveHealthyOutside

July 11, 2019

Think about the last time you spent time outside (walking to and from the car doesn’t count!). Now think about how you felt afterward. I’m guessing you felt better and it’s no coincidence: Research has linked spending time outside to…

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A screenshot the 2019 MM&M #ConvinceMetoVax comptition staff pick, the "Why Vaccinate" waiting room segment from PatientPoint.

Behind the Content: #ConvinceMeToVax

June 18, 2019

We recently put our passion for content and competitive spirit to the test when we entered Medical Media & Marketing’s (MM&M) first-ever #ConvinceMetoVax creative competition. Launched during World Immunization Week, the contest challenged creators to design a new piece of…

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Two senior African American men sit on a park bench on the waterfont laughing and talking.

Man Up for Men’s Health

June 14, 2019

Picture a group of men hanging out. Now think about their conversation. While sports, family and work are all likely topics, there’s one subject that probably won’t come up: health. Men are notoriously stubborn when it comes to talking about…

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What Are Patients Doing While They Wait?

May 21, 2019

If you had to guess what most patients do while they’re waiting to see their healthcare provider, what would you say? Are they…Watching a screen in the waiting room? Interacting with a touchscreen in the exam room? Scrolling social media…

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Doctor showing patient information about clinical trials on digital touchscreen device in doctor's office.

3 Ways to Boost Clinical Trial Participation in Your Practice

May 20, 2019

Clinical trials are the leading source of medical breakthroughs and are a key step in discovering new ways to detect, diagnose and reduce the risk of disease. Clinical research has led to pivotal advances in breast cancer treatment, heart disease…

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The PatientPoint team gathers in front of their booth at the Health Information Management Systems Society conference Febuary 2019 in Orlando.

3 Takeaways from HIMSS19

February 25, 2019

We came, we saw, we HIMSS-ed. After five days, thousands of steps and a LOT of coffee, we’re back from HIMSS, the world’s largest healthcare IT conference. This year’s show in Orlando attracted more than 43,000 attendees! HIMSS is a…

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HIMSS19 Global Conference and Exhibition February 11-15 Orlando

HIMSS19 Preview: Triple Aim Takes Center Stage

February 5, 2019

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,…

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Innovation

6 Steps for Fearless & Valuable Healthcare Innovation

January 28, 2019

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…

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Healthcare Trends

3 Predictions for Healthcare in 2019

January 14, 2019

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…

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Doctor and patient with tablet

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

November 27, 2018

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…

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