Virtual Sitters Can Improve Patient Safety and Reduce Unbudgeted Hospital Costs

Healthcare IT Today

A common practice in hospitals today is the use of patient sitters, also called “specialling”, in which non-clinical staff is assigned on a one-to-one basis to provide in-room monitoring of patients at high risk for falls, self-harm, or other […].

Healthcare Providers’ Consumer Experience Gaps – Learnings from Kaufman Hall’s 2019 Index

Health Populi

Providers identified the key capability gaps for consumer-centric care as improving the consumer experience, offering a variety of facility-based access points, utilizing digital tools for health engagement, providing price transparency, and offering more virtual access points. Most U.S.

From Yorkshire Lad to Global Design for Health: A Profile of Sean Carney of Philips

Health Populi

He’s part of Philips’ leadership team, and as such design informs corporate strategy at the company. The consulting team assesses both patient experience and care pathways, beyond just the historical role of selling medical devices to health care providers.

Sue Murphy, Chief Experience Officer, UChicago Medicine, Chapter 2

Health System CIO

No one wants to be audited — especially nurses, who already face a tremendous burden being the front line of patient care. What both nurses and patients needed was a way to facilitate productive conversations, and so University of Chicago-Pritzker School of Medicine has done just that.

Recognizing the Leaders of Telehealth

American Well

At this year’s Client Forum, hosted in Boston, MA, American Well recognized some of our trusted clients who have been extraordinary leaders throughout their telehealth journey. It was only a few years ago that Children’s Health was working alongside the Texas State Medical Board to legalize telehealth in the state. Pediatric Associates was also recognized for their triage telehealth program to successfully divert patients away from unnecessary emergency department visits.

What can you learn from the early adopters of telehealth?

American Well

The Advisory Board Company, a consulting best practices firm, recently interviewed several health systems who are at the forefront of telehealth adoption to gain insights on telehealth adoption, acceptance and use cases. Here’s what they found: Views on Telehealth.

American Well partners recognized as “top” healthcare leaders

American Well

Its “Top 25 list” recognizes companies that have demonstrated leadership in developing and leveraging supply chain capabilities. This year marks the eighth year that Gartner has come out with its ranking of supply chain leaders in healthcare.

The Emerging Trends in Connected Health from 2018

The cHealth Blog

These new codes are classified in such a way that they do not drag with them the geographic restrictions of legacy telehealth reimbursement. This thought leadership event will again return to Boston in 2019, and I’m pleased to continue as Program Chair for this important summit.

Dartmouth- Hitchcock’s ImagineCare Platform Leverages Wearables, Connected Health & Analytics for Personalized Patient Care

Consumer eHealth Engagement

Dartmouth-Hitchcock (D-H), an innovative New England healthcare system with 1,000+ providers is committed to creating a “sustainable health system”, which proactively engages patients through new care models to achieve the triple aim. Patient Experience.

Keynote Speakers at ATA 2013

Medicine and Technology

Mercy, a 31 hospital healthcare system serving hundreds of communities in the Midwest, is transforming the patient experience through comprehensive telemedicine and HIT services. Mercy gives patients online access to doctors and medical records, utilizing telemedicine for a wide array of clinical services, include pediatrics and rural healthcare. Under Britton’s leadership, Mercy was named the 2012 “Most Wired” healthcare organization by the American Hospital Organization.

2018 Year in Review: The Year’s Biggest Remote Care News & Developments

care innovations

2018 was a historic year for telehealth and remote patient monitoring (RPM), as a series of developments played out that helped extend these important care delivery services to more patients than ever before. As government agencies like the CMS and VA expanded access to telehealth towards the goal of extending care into rural areas, industry leaders like Care Innovations® announced a series of breakthroughs with exciting implications for the years to come.

Are you ready to become the hospital of the future?

American Well

Not surprisingly, the hospital of the future will require technology solutions like telehealth to meet growing patient demands for remote access to health information and providers. The hospital of the future won’t be the hospital you grew up going to, but with all the promise technology can bring – improving the patient experience and driving down costs – that might be a good thing.

Fresenius Connected Health: Improving Patient Care Through New Technology

Lloyd Price

Fresenius Medical Care North America (FMCNA) is adopting and supporting new Connected Health technologies that empower patients to monitor, collect, and share health and treatment data with their physicians and care providers. Comprehensive patient care.