Posts Tagged ‘Meaningful Use’

Telehealth Adoption: Learn from the Meaningful Use Marketing Fail

When you hear executives in the wake of Meaningful Use, they speak of the mountains of time and money they invested in a patient portal only to have the patient not get on board. The reason is simple. Like most health systems, these organizations chose to invest in the patient portal modules available through the […]

Infographic: Top 10 Connected Health Trends for 2016

Connected health has become a priority within many healthcare organizations as they begin to realize that patient engagement outside the traditional medical setting can have a positive impact on chronic disease management and treatment compliance. In our latest infographic we take a look at the top 10 connected health trends for 2016.   Want to […]

Transform the Patient Experience with a Beyond Meaningful Portal

The healthcare industry has been transformed by government regulations such as Meaningful Use, which require providers to offer electronic health records to patients in an effort to engage and empower patients to be more accountable for their own care. One of the largest providers of healthcare services in the United States sought to innovate and […]

VIDEO: Top 10 Connected Health Trends for 2016

Healthcare organizations, both providers and health plans, continue to feel the pressure to expand access to care, improve quality, and reduce costs. Increasingly empowered patients and members are intensifying this pressure through demands for price transparency, mobile access, and personalized experiences. To meet these demands, it is critical for healthcare organizations to shift their focus […]

2016 Connected Health Trends: The Clinician Experience

The end of Meaningful Use has impacted several trends that will grace us in Connected Health over the coming year. Among these trends we find an increased focus on the clinician experience. The CMS announcement by Slavitt was filled with sentiments such as: “…frustration levels are real. Done poorly, measures are divorced from how physicians […]

2016 Connected Health Trends: Long Live Outcomes-Based Care

Here we have the next trend in the world of Connected Health for 2016. The end of Meaningful Use brought with it the beginning of other trends that will take its place (or perhaps, more accurately, its mind space and investment dollars). Such is the case with the checklist approach to patient engagement that we […]

2016 Connected Health Trends: Market-Driven Patient Engagement

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Well, it is for We the Connected Health Geeks of Perficient, anyway. It’s that time of year where we indulge our inner trend-spotters and set them loose upon the world of Connected Health. But…this year we are releasing the trends with a bit of a twist. As […]

5 Ways Sitecore Experience Platform Can Improve a Patient Journey

How healthcare can use the leading customer experience platform to deliver the ideal patient experience. If you are in the healthcare business – data, and how it is utilized, is likely something you face weekly. For that matter, you may have even read some of our own Healthcare Industry Trends. Healthcare is rich with patient data, […]

HCA’s MyHealthONE Patient Portal Empowers Patients

We are all aware of the enormous impact Government regulations have had on healthcare and while they are in place to improve healthcare, in some cases they may be hindering progress. For example, to meet Meaningful Use requirements healthcare providers must provide electronic health records to their patients and for most organizations the vehicle for […]

Connected Health Top 10: #3 The Market Driven Patient Portal

Most industry changes leading to patient data access came by way of Meaningful Use. In the future, changes in the patient portal market will be driven by a series of marketplace dynamics. What does the market think of patient engagement? For the answer to this question it is best to refer to a report by […]

Patient Information Really Doesn't Matter

Patient Information Really Doesn’t Matter

We live in a world of information, everywhere we turn someone is collecting information about us. The technology advancements over the last 10 years are mind-boggling, but new technology is usually escorted by apprehension as our privacy continues to diminish and security is anything but secure. From cookies on the internet to a basket analysis […]

The Meaningful Use Marketing Fail Keeping VPs up at Night

In a recent chat with the VP of a large health system, I learned what keeps him up at night. His organization, like many across the nation, has invested mountains of time and money in Meaningful Use Stage 2. Like most health systems (all but 11% says research groups like KLAS) they chose to invest […]

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