Unraveling the Patient Engagement Problem

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Today’s mHealth Technologies are positioned to become powerful forces for collaboration between healthcare providers and patients; but how do healthcare providers invite patients to engage in creating better health outcomes for themselves in a more significant way?

Will Patients Use a Health-Related Smartphone App?

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Nearly 60 percent of your patients would use a health-related app and believe it would help them better manage their health in partnership with their physicians, according to Dr. Zia’s research recently published in Clinical and Translational Gastroenterology.

Improving Quality & Outcomes with mHealth Technologies

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As healthcare organizations become more focused on exceeding quality of care metrics, many are turning to mHealth solutions like mobile apps to help both patients and staff to reach quality goals and save lives.

Patient Engagement: An Overview from the Trenches

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We believe quality of care can be defined via positive health outcomes and improved patient engagement and satisfaction. In a system more heavily focused on quality patient care, technology companies like ours are developing more and more tools to help people take better care of their health.

Keeping Pace: How Technology Will Influence Changes in Healthcare

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As healthcare moves to a value-based model, physicians will need a complete understanding of a patient’s health. This will involve creating technologies that empower patients to maintain and distribute data from a multitude of different sources including physician messages, insurance claims, pharmacy data, laboratory and imaging results and patient-generated information.

Patient Engagement and mHealth at 2015 gMed Summit

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This June, Smart Clinic was excited to participate in the 2015 gMed Summit in Fort Lauderdale, FL. More than 300 GI physicians, nurses, administrators, office and IT staff from all over the country gathered to discuss topics including regulatory changes, ICD-10 preparation, patient engagement, quality reporting, service delivery, practice management and EHR utilization.

Patients Want Their Doctors to use Technology

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A new survey by Nuance Communications has found that a vast majority of patients would like their doctors to embrace technology – both in and out of the office – as long as it doesn’t interrupt meaningful interaction.

Improving Patients’ Experience in Healthcare

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Part of the reason why we developed Smart Clinic was to enhance people’s experiences when they’re interacting with the healthcare system. We do this by taking advantage of new technology (like the smart phone) and really focusing on some of the key pieces of the patient (and provider) experience – like procedure prep, education, medication adherence, scheduling, etc.