Widespread adoption of remote care is a win for both providers and patients, but in many cases a remote visit takes as much time and effort as an in-person visit,…
How a wide-open virtual front door and care automation can help systems recover care volumes and top-line revenue.
Can the telehealth platform you select make all those systems you've invested in work harder for you? Yes.
As the U.S. healthcare system faces unprecedented challenges during the COVID-19 crisis, it’s more important than ever to make the most of clinical resources.
Learn which boxes a vendor should be able to check for you, and what the red flags are when they can’t.
Competition used to be other healthcare systems. Now it’s everything from direct-to-patient apps, to the big box store or pharmacy chain down the street. Give consumers what they really want.
The number of Americans who report they have a dedicated primary care doctor is on the decline. Consumers now expect to engage with healthcare providers on their phones, tablets, or computers. Patients who don’t feel well want care right away, and as close to home or the office as possible.
Automation has radically reshaped the contours of business. But the industry that accounts for almost 18 percent of the United States GDP—healthcare—is woefully behind.
Consumers want fast, convenient, high-quality health care, but they don’t (yet) trust big technology companies or retailers to deliver it.
If your patients take the time and effort to engage with you virtually but they run into a brick wall, your virtual front door isn’t a door at all. To invite patients in, care pathways need to be clearly visible to them, easy to navigate, and provide a clear, effective pathway to care.