Patient experience is evolving as providers embrace telehealth

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More and more patients are able to take advantage of remote consults and other virtual care options as health systems have begun pursuing telehealth programs in earnest, new HIMSS Media research shows. Focus on Patient Experience.

Trust My Doctor and Fear the Office: The Telehealth Opportunity in and Beyond the COVID-19 Pandemic

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patients’ most-trusted source of coronavirus information. Patients’ concerns of COVID-19 risks have led them to self-ration care in the following ways: 41% have delayed health care services. Doctors maintain their top status as U.S.

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Intermountain Healthcare: Optimizing the Patient Experience Through Telehealth Interoperability

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Intermountain Healthcare, a not-for-profit integrated health system headquartered in Utah, has built a robust virtual health program that includes Connect Care , its direct-to-consumer telehealth service and Connect Care Pro , its acute care program.

Physicians Lean In to Digital Health, Especially Telehealth and Remote Monitoring

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doctors are using digital health tools in patient care, with quickening adoption of telehealth and remote monitoring technology, according to a study from the American Medical Association (AMA). This survey, conducted in 2019 among 1,359 U.S. More U.S.

How Philips Has Pivoted In the COVID-19 Pandemic: Connected Care From Hospital to Home

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This second graphic diagrams a patient journey map for the coronavirus, across the continuum of care settings from the community and home to primary care, emergency, hospital, and post-acute. Then consider the patient/consumer perspective. What a difference 90 days makes.

The Promise of Telehealth for Older People – the U-M National Poll on Healthy Aging

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Most people over 50 years of age are cautious but open to receiving health care virtually via telehealth platforms, according to the National Poll on Healthy Aging from my alma mater, the University of Michigan. We’re in the Field of Dreams moment in telehealth, especially for older people.

More Than Half Of Seniors Willing To Use Telehealth

Healthcare IT Today

Results from a recent survey suggest that seniors are more comfortable with telehealth than you might think, especially given their techno-phobic reputation. As things stand, when seniors need off-hours care, telehealth consults are hardly the first thing that comes to their mind.

The Pace of Tech-Adoption Grows Among Older Americans, AARP Finds – But Privacy Concerns May Limit Adoption

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The same percentage of people over 50 own a voice assistant, a market penetration rate which more than doubled between 2017 and 2019, AARP noted in the 2020 Tech and the 50+ Survey published in December 2019. One in two people over 50 bought a piece of digital technology in the past year.

Consumers’ Embrace of Digital Health Tech Stalls, and Privacy Concerns Prevail – Accenture’s 2020 Research

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Yet with that bullish supply side of digital health, there was a marked decline in peoples’ use of them in the past two years, found by Accenture in their latest health consumer survey, Digital is Transforming Health, So Why is Consumer Adoption Stalling?

“Digital Health Is An Ecosystem of Ecosystems” – CTA’s 2020 Trends to Watch Into the Data Age

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A survey conducted by PwC five years ago found that the vast majority of consumers would welcome. In CTA’s 2020 Consumer Tech Forecast launched yesterday at Media Day 1 at CES, Steve Koenig VP of Research, said that, “digital health is an ecosystem of ecosystems.”.

AMA Suggests that Telehealth Tech Use Is Up Since 2016, But Still Modest

Healthcare IT Today

A new survey has found that physician use of technology to provide telehealth or virtual visits has doubled since its previous study in 2016. This meshes well with other market research suggesting that a healthy cross-section of providers are preparing to get on board.

“Telehealth is a digital distribution channel for health care” – catching up with Roy Schoenberg, President and CEO of American Well

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They launched their service first in Hawaii, where long distances and remote island living challenged the supply and demand sides of health care providers and patients alike. Intermountain and Mercy Virtual, too, conduct lots of visits via telehealth means.

Health Care and Consumers in 2030: A Profile from KPMG

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A “one layered delivery network through which patients can move seamlessly as they age and their needs evolve” will be the new health care platform to meet patients’ demands by 2030, according to a forecast from KPMG’s Healthcare and Life Sciences Institute.

Living in Digital Healthcare Times – Kicking off #DigitalHealthCES & #CES2020

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” Noting that health data are more valuable than financial data, DHS worked with Kantar on a survey learning that trust is a key barrier to health innovation adoption (I’ll cover this survey in a separate post in Health Populi later this week).

Cost and Convenience Underpin Patient Demands As Health Consumers

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Across generations, from younger to older patients, cost, transparency and convenience drive consumer satisfaction, Accenture’s latest health consumer survey found. This is driving choice when patients select which health care system to work with, Brian explained.

Health Consumers Expect Healthcare to be Digital (and Secure), Philips Future Health Index Finds

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Philips surveyed health care professionals and consumers living in 15 countries, from North America to Asia, and found that these health systems share one over-arching objective: to provide quality care with improved experiences for both patients and healthcare professionals.

The Persistent Rural/Urban Broadband Gap Is Bad for Health

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The Pew survey explored Americans’ adoption of technology and found that rural dwellers are also less likely to have multiple devices than non-rural consumers. In the U.S.,

Time To Travel And Wait In Health Care: The Opportunity For Self-Care At Home

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“90% of seniors say access to Lyft improves their quality of life,” the company gleaned from a consumer survey they conducted and reported in Fast Company.

Going Digital for Health Is a New-Normal for Consumers

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consumers, including Seniors, found in the 2018 digital health consumer survey from Deloitte. The title of the report, “Consumers are on board with virtual health options,” summarizes the bullish outlook for telehealth. Deloitte surveyed 4,530 U.S.

What #CES2019 5 Tech Trends to Watch Mean for Health/Care

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Digital Health Tech Empowers Patients. AI is indeed on-the-rise in healthcare : as I have begun planning my agenda for #HIMSS19 convening next month in Orlando, I’m struck by the number of surveys already released on the adoption of AI among healthcare providers, payors and suppliers.

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

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Rock Health analysts expect that wearable tech use will continue to grow with more use cases for remote health monitoring coupled with consumers and patients being incentivized to continue their use. Telehealth adoption also grew from 2017 to 2018.

Barriers To Consumer Health Adoption Are Falling

Healthcare IT Today

A new survey has concluded that the bulk of Americans are not connected with or using telehealth services, including, notably, those in rural areas for whom telemedical services should be a lifeline.

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

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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.

Consumers Want Help With Health: Can Healthcare Providers Supply That Demand?

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And maintaining good mental health and staying on-track with health goals come close to managing uncovered costs, Oliver Wyman’s 2018 consumer survey learned. ” Specifically: 42% of consumers would consider receiving advice and recommendations on well-being via telehealth.

Closing the Digital Health Gap Between Consumers and Physicians

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That sharing is limited by doctors’ ability to accept patient-generated data, where only a handful of doctors have implemented technology for remote monitoring or integrating data from wearable technologies.

Consumers’ and Physicians’ Growing Embrace of Digital Health via PwC

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post-hospital virtual visits, or hospital care at-home, a majority of Americans supports a new era of care delivery, as PwC coins the broad landscape of telehealth. PwC also notes that most physicians (3 in 4) have recommended an app or digital tool to patients.

Healthcare Just Got SMAC’ed – Accenture’s Post-Digital Era for Health

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Adopting these applications can help health care reduce costs, drive labor efficiency and support people-centered design and experience. We live on-demand lives in daily life-flows and tasks, so people expect that experience and service level in health care.

Telehealth and Virtual Care Are Melting Into “Just” Health Care at HIMSS19

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Just as we experienced “e-business” departments blurring into ecommerce and everyday business processes, so is “telehealth” morphing into, simply, health care delivery as one of many channels and platforms. Zero and Roman are also part of telehealth.

Telehealth shows promise for fostering better doc-patient relationships

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As telehealth use continues to expand, many are wondering what the ramifications will be when, as is widely expected, virtual care becomes a much larger part of the healthcare experience going forward. " The third most frequently cited was “user experience."

Costs, Consumerism, Cyber and Care, Everywhere – The 2019 Health Populi TrendCast

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Here’s our trend-weaving of 4 C’s for 2019: costs, consumerism, cyber and care, everywhere… Health care costs will continue to be a mainstream pocketbook issue for patients and caregivers, with consequences for payors, suppliers and ultimately, policymakers.

Survey: U.S. Health System Leaders Embracing Remote & Virtual Care

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That’s according to a new survey from the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center ’s Center for Connected Medicine. Health Systems 2018,” the survey runs down the topics most of interest to C-suite executives at 35 of the nation’s largest health systems. The reasons given for implementing remote patient monitoring include: To improve quality and safety (75% of respondents). To meet patient demand (42%). Telehealth] gives a better consumer experience.”.

Providence Health’s Bot Grace engages and guides patients to the digital front door for care

Consumer eHealth Engagement

According to the 2019 Accenture Digital Health Consumer Survey , patient’s expectations are increasing for providers to offer digital capabilities. Eventually Grace was enhanced to also address frequently asked questions by patients. Patient Experience with Grace Bot.

Providence Health’s Bot Grace engages and guides patients to the digital front door for care

Consumer eHealth Engagement

According to the 2019 Accenture Digital Health Consumer Survey , patient’s expectations are increasing for providers to offer digital capabilities. Eventually Grace was enhanced to also address frequently asked questions by patients. Patient Experience with Grace Bot.

Quarterly Thought Conference ARCHIVED – Expanding Quality Metrics to Include Telehealth

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In 2017, the National Quality Forum (NQF) developed a framework that provides a guide to the development of measures that assess and evaluate telehealth in the areas of access to care, cost, effectiveness, and the overall patient/provider experience. They’re seeing more untreated mental health conditions in which telehealth provides a significant advantage. If you’re providing that through telehealth, what are the benefits that accrue from that?

What has Telemedicine done for You Lately?

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You’ve discussed it in strategy meetings, you’ve overheard your competitors talking about it at conferences, and maybe patients have even asked about it: telemedicine. For one, a Cisco global survey found that 74% of patients are interested in access to virtual healthcare services.

Scaling Virtual Consultations

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The healthcare landscape is quickly changing and we’re entering a new era of patient-centered care delivery – one that is not bound by location. Healthcare providers have been forced to adapt and scale virtual consultations and telehealth at a rapid pace. Telehealth today.

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Telemedicine during COVID-19: Benefits, limitations, burdens, adaptation

Healthcare IT News - Telehealth

But telehealth technologies do have certain limitations when it comes to treating patients during a pandemic. But hospitals are learning to adapt to telehealth during a pandemic. “With MaNaDr, we’re able to divide the patients into the at-risk and not-at-risk groups.

Improving Healthcare Experiences with Collaboration: Case Studies

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But the patient experience extends beyond robots and devices. At the very core, healthcare is about collaboration between caregivers and patients. Leverage specialists across facilities to provide specialized expertise to more patients. Improve patient convenience.

Telemedicine and the Patient Education Gap

GlobalMed

If you regularly follow virtual care news, you might have seen a recent survey from the Kaiser Family Foundation. For some people, the results seemed to confirm that patients do not like virtual services, since “access video calls with providers” ranked dead last at 10 percent.

A guide to connected health device and remote patient monitoring vendors

Healthcare IT News - Telehealth

In an age when nearly everyone is digitally connected in some way – even many senior citizens, who are often characterized as technophobic – it only makes sense that the healthcare industry is seeing a lot of connected health devices and remote patient monitoring (RPM) technologies.