Real Care Teams.
One of the biggest challenges in health care today is how to design a system that meaningfully engages patients and clinicians for better health.
How Penn Medicine’s Chief Innovation Officer parlayed success at one of the nation’s biggest software companies into meaningful outcomes for health care.
When it comes to improving patient experience for primary care appointments, we have to flip our thinking.
Applying the logic of mass customization to health care can yield substantial payoffs.
To ensure that we engage the patient groups who have much to gain from the more flexible health care interactions that digital innovation can provide, we must consider issues of computer literacy, access, and trust.
The patient’s voice can be at the forefront of health care delivery.
It’s about having a system and team in place that allows physicians to act on the information patients provide.
A good patient experience is part of a successful anesthetic.
Mobile integrated health, a disruptive home-based delivery model, repurposes existing resources and addresses critical care gaps for high-risk, high-cost populations.
Although discharging patients to a post-acute care facility might help hospitals reduce their average length of stay, it’s unclear when post-acute care improves patient outcomes and when it doesn’t.
How Orlando Health’s new mobile app resulted in a 98% reduced anxiety rate for patients and their families in the waiting room.
Members of the NEJM Catalyst Insights Council say that biometric measurement devices such as wireless scales or glucometers are the most effective.
Responses from a survey of NEJM Catalyst Insights Council members.
NewYork-Presbyterian tackled liability, licensure, reimbursement, and workflow to launch their successful telehealth program.
User engagement outside of clinical trials is the critical factor.
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