Involve patients in their own care and wellness through collaboration and new technologies. Drive behavior change to produce better health.
Technology and social networks can help, but nurses and care teams remain essential, say NEJM Catalyst Insights Council members.
Many physicians do not believe patient satisfaction is a legitimate pursuit. Yet they must meet consumers of health care where they are — on Internet ratings sites.
Novant Health is using research and data analytics to identify and engage new consumers, develop more relevant products and services, and support its mission and brand promise.
Embedding fitness trackers in eyeglasses demonstrates that personality and motivational feedback play important roles in activity levels.
PROMs pioneer shares what’s working in a large health system. Make it easy, make it fast, make it relevant.
Dell Medical School’s musculoskeletal providers are using patient-reported outcome measures to create a more personalized shared decision-making process.
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.
Creating an environment that engenders trust is critical, but is it measurable?
How Orlando Health’s new mobile app resulted in a 98% reduced anxiety rate for patients and their families in the waiting room.
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