Connected Health

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4 Keys to a Successful Connected Health Program

There’s no question awareness and use of connected health increased significantly during the pandemic. To a great extent, the experiences were positive for both patients and physicians and both groups see connected health as part of their future healthcare experiences. 73% of patients will continue to use telehealth based on their prior experiences. 77% of …

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Physicians and Patients Agree: Connected Health is Here to Stay

During the past year, the healthcare industry was forced into adopting new technologies for treating patients during the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s not that the technologies themselves were new – connected health has been around for years, but adoption rates were lower than expected – until it became a necessity. The debate more recently has been …

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How to Create a Positive Connected Health Experience

Experience is everything. In today’s digital economy, traditional values like product and brand are being overtaken by experience as differentiating factors. In healthcare, while quality of care is always imperative, patient experience can be a natural factor in forming long-term patient-physician relationships. In fact, patients are likely to consider friendliness and attitude when selecting their …

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Connected Health is Healthcare Providers’ Field of Dreams

The past year has driven a rebirth of sort for the healthcare industry and, more specifically, connected health.  Telehealth and other connected health services aren’t new, but their adoption was slow before the pandemic, which drove millions of people to seek effective alternatives to traditional care models. By and large, it worked, as patients were …

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Building on Success: How Can Providers Improve Their Connected Health Programs?

During the past year, healthcare delivery has undergone a significant shift as connected health services paved the way for care continuity amidst our global health crisis. When traditional in-person care was lost, connected health ensured physicians could continue treating patients using technology. Connected health isn’t new, but its growth has been slow before 2020. In …

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Improving Home-based Care with Connected Health

As people age, their healthcare needs can become more challenging, and they require more attention. For instance, while only 7% of 18-44 year-olds suffer from multiple chronic conditions, 25% of 45-64 year-olds do, and that number increases to 52% for those older than 65. As the elderly population continues to grow, and as the existing physician shortage also increases, the …

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Providers Can Reduce No-Shows with Connected Health Solutions

The healthcare system suffers from widespread inefficiency that contributes to higher costs and can impact patient care.  An inability to effectively reduce missed appointments contributes to that inefficiency and, in fact, missed appointments cost the healthcare system $150 billion each year.  These missed appointments and last-minute cancellations impact not only providers and the patients who …

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How Connected Health Can Reduce Burnout and Drive Better Care

Patients depend on their physicians and specialists to treat, manage, and even prevent a variety of health conditions, many of which can be life-threatening. As with any other job, a doctors’ ability to perform their job effectively is a function of their work environment and job satisfaction. When they experience high levels of stress, exhaustion, …

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