For the 10th episode of the Healthcare IT Podcast, we discuss the important topic of reframing patient engagement. In this episode, we look at the term patient engagement and explore if a better term might be patient support. We also talk about what’s not working when we talk about patient engagement.
Along with reframing the term patient engagement, we also talk about where we see exciting things happening with healthcare organizations and their partners really engaging the patients. Plus, we look forward to talk about how healthcare organizations can move the needle tomorrow when it comes to more effectively supporting and engaging with their patients.
Here’s a quick rundown of the topics and questions we discuss in this episode:
- Patient Support vs Patient Engagement
- What Isn’t Working?
- Where Are Exciting Things Happening?
- How Can We Move the Needle Tomorrow?
Thanks to our sponsor for this episode, Solutionreach. If you’re looking for a way to improve the patient experience, the Solutionreach products can reduce no shows with things like patient reminders, increase patient visits to your practice, and help improve patient satisfaction. They have facilitated 1 billion messages per year to patients which gives them a lot of experience and understanding of patients. To learn more about the solutions they offer, visit SolutionReach.com.
Now, without further ado, we’re excited to share with you episode 10 of the Healthcare IT Today podcast.
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