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Open Table for Health: Patients Are Online For Health Search and Physician Reviews

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The growth of tracking and wearable tech is moving toward more medical applications beyond fitness and wellness, Rock Health found. Telehealth adoption also grew from 2017 to 2018. Live video use roughly doubled, from 19% in 2017 to 34% in 2018.

Most Consumers Are Interested in Using a Voice Assistant for Some Type of Health Care

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have a smart people at home, only 1 in 13 Americans have used a voice assistant like Alexa or Google Assistant for health care. In 2019, few health care providers have adopted voice assistants into their workflows. While 75 million people in the U.S.

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Digital Transformation Is The New Mantra But Can’t Happen Without Access To Connectivity

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As more of our “things” get digitally connected, there’s an unanswered question about how our connected lives impact human life and health. So “digital transformation” is indeed a growing feature of modern health care.

Care Gets Personal at Philips for Parents and Babies

Health Populi

Our homes should nurture our health. In addition to nutrition and good food, positive relationships, clean air and water, and the basic needs that bolster whole health, technology is playing a growing role to help us manage health at home.

Hospitals Work to Address Customer Experience Gap With Consumers, Kaufman Hall Finds

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Hospital and healthcare providers are getting real about improving patient and health consumer experience, the latest Kaufman Hall research finds. Only 23% of providers offer an online tool providing estimated patient out-of-pocket costs.

Oncology Patients experience a personalized journey with interventions and education for better care

Consumer eHealth Engagement

The National Cancer Institute reports 2017 U.S. According to Deloitte’s report in Evidence Based Oncology ( The American Journal of Managed Care publication), many organizations are exploring ways to control costs and enhance care quality for oncology patients (e.g. Patient Centered Medical Homes, CMS’ Oncology Care Model). With many different types of cancer and treatment options, each patient embarks on a personal care journey.

How One Hospital System Baked Love Into Their Health App

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On July 18, 2017, Neil Gomes, Chief Digital Officer at Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health in Philadelphia, tweeted this: When I saw this tweet, I was especially struck by Gomes’s phrase, “Designed & developed with heart/love by my @DICEGRP.”