Healthcare is in a period of dramatic transformation. New care models, disruptive technologies, personalized medicine, and alternative payment models are all challenging the conventional thinking of patients and practitioners—and driving them to seek credible sources of information to navigate this change.
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HealthEast, a four-hospital system serving the Minneapolis-St. Paul region, was determined to make good use of its patient portal—to improve health outcomes by sharing proactive, consistent health information that patients could access anywhere. Read more about their implementation of two digital health tools.
Before Facebook, YouTube, or even an electronic health record system, MD Anderson implemented its patient portal. It has since become a critical component of the patient's journey with over 75 percent usage. Attendees will learn how to exceed the national average of 36 percent with tools like real-time results release, self-service, and incorporating social work and patient advocacy.
In theory, portals should help hospitals engage patients, improving their experience. Through innovation and education, HealthEast turned our portal into a tool for meaningful engagement, leading to more confident and connected patients and improving their satisfaction.
University of Pennsylvania Health System (Penn Medicine) sought out a way to better connect their physicians to the modern patient.