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The hidden actors in hospital readmissions

When a patient is discharged from the hospital, being readmitted is just about the last thing he or she wants. Not only does a readmission carry with it implicit medical stressors, but there are a multitude of family, community, social, economic and quality-of-life implications. While some…

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Patient Engagement

Patient engagement is far more frictionless than EHR implementation

Hospitals and health systems have everything to gain from implementing patient engagement solutions, as they’ve been shown to lower readmission and complication rates, cut costs and boost patient satisfaction scores. But some providers are still hesitant to implement new software.

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Patient Engagement

5 things to consider before you select a patient engagement platform

As health systems increasingly seek out ways to improve patient experience and achieve better outcomes, patient engagement platforms have flooded the market. Yes, the number of options can be overwhelming and, yes, if you haven’t identified a platform yet, now is the time to get started.

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Patient Engagement

Automated check-ins set an empathetic tone by letting physicians lead

If you’ve ever wondered how a digital patient engagement solution like GetWell Loop can communicate with people using the empathetic tone of a physician, the explanation is simple: Empathetic human beings are at the controls.

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Introducing Precision Engagement to healthcare

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At the age of 28, my life changed forever the minute I was told, “You have cancer.” After four cycles of chemotherapy to treat non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, I was one of the fortunate ones to go into remission.

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