How Interactive Patient Systems Improve Efficiency and Reduce Clinical Burnout

How Interactive Patient Systems Improve Efficiency and Reduce Clinical Burnout

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Fortunately, in this era of smartphones, electronic health records, and American’s hunger for health information, hospitals are now in a terrific position to cut through the noise and offer individualized coaching rooted in the Hippocratic Oath.

Interactive Patient Systems (IPS) help patients prepare for their hospital stay by prompting them to view short videos on their smartphones. The videos are automatically “prescribed” by integrating with the hospital electronic medical record, ensuring they align with and demystify each step of the patient’s journey.

With a well-planned IPS system installed, hospitals and their medical staff are free to work at the highest level of their clinical authority. Through video, questionnaires, and survey prompts hospitals can educate patients more efficiently while also minimizing documentation workload with a powerful data dashboard. These tremendous reporting capabilities enable improved visibility into a patient care journey and drives better decisions.

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