Putting consumer preferences for care at the heart of your patient access strategy can help you make the right digital care experience options available. As the pandemic took hold, medical groups rapidly adopted a digital-first mentality, offering patients new ways to obtain care, such as virtual visits, alongside greater self-service capabilities such as online scheduling. Patients embraced this new level of convenience, and recent survey results signal that their experiences have led to a lasting mindset shift around access.
The Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) is changing the face of healthcare and has the potential to significantly improve patient access as well as system efficiencies. The adoption of telemedicine, for …
As developers design applications to provide patients with access to their digital health records via smartphones - as called for under the 21st Century Cures Act - special attention needs to be paid …
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