Resource Library

7 Results Found

Today’s savvy consumers are increasingly using digital channels to access care. 51% of patients have scheduled an appointment online and 70% prefer a provider that offers digital reminders. What should a health system consider when engaging these patients? The panel will address digital strategies that can create a better consumer experience while helping improve patient access to quality care.
In response to consumer demands for simple, affordable service, Jefferson Health—a health system in the Philadelphia region that includes 14 hospitals—is building a value-based care business model through a robust telehealth program that spans the care continuum from specialty consults and virtual rounds, to post-discharge management and urgent care visits. Learn more about the JeffConnect program in this article.
Patient access is a fundamental strategy that is vital for a healthcare system's success in both a volume and value based world. It is the core strategy that bridges both models. This presentation will focus on applying access transformation best practices from other industries to healthcare through case studies and potential application scenarios.
Extended hours and same-day appointments are fine, but not nearly enough to give today's consumers the convenience and access they desire. "What people really want is on-demand access," says David James, MD, CEO of Memorial Hermann Medical Group in Houston. "…They just need to get things done, and time has become really important for them."
In this session, patient access experts from Houston Methodist will discuss the strategies and tools they have utilized to streamline a complex referral process and create a better experience for both patients and providers.
Rapidly evolving dynamics have made the process of planning the distribution of services, both physically and virtually, across your care networks more challenging than ever before. A senior healthcare advisor will facilitate a broad panel of industry experts to explore the concept of planning for the "Enterprise-Wide Access Strategy."
University of Pennsylvania Health System (Penn Medicine) sought out a way to better connect their physicians to the modern patient.