As healthcare continues to emphasize quality over quantity, some providers are still grappling with the day-to-day realities of new payment models for treating patients and new quality metrics they must report to maximize reimbursements and avoid penalties.
Physicians and care teams must make time to engage with their patients for a very simple reason: It’s the right thing to do. The more engaged a patient is, the better his or her outcome will be.
As the adoption of the Electronic Health Record (EHR) approaches 70% of all providers, our nation’s hospitals and health systems have been rewarded for attaining meaningful use from new software, mandated by the government.
Like any service experience, the way patients perceive their hospital stay depends on a wide variety of factors. As such, crafting a one-size-fits-all patient satisfaction strategy is no easy task.
While patient engagement platforms have been evolving for the past several years, the technology is still relatively new. For this reason, misconceptions persist about who engages with these platforms and how frequently.
Achieving zero patient harm is not just a goal for St. Tammany Health System — it is the backbone of its journey to becoming a High Reliability Organization (HRO). Please join GetWellNetwork and St. Tammany Health System leaders for a webinar as we discuss how GetWell Loop has helped the health system standardize care and
We are committed to supporting your ability to connect and collaborate directly with government
healthcare facilities nationwide about GetWellNetwork.