Month: August 2017

Patient Data Usability Hemorrhage: The 3 overlooked symptoms

‘It’s time for data powered revolution in healthcare’ said Todd Park, Nation’s second CTO on a summer morning of May 2012 at the White House. This re-ignited the debates and discussions around healthcare data yet again. Is patient data revolution a distant dream even after 5 years down the lane? According to a 2017 survey by New …

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Great [Patient] Expectations

Healthcare professionals, all over the world, are on agreement that patient satisfaction is an important outcome for the sustainability and long term profitability of a healthcare practice. The most important contributor to patient satisfaction is understanding and managing patient expectations, which has come a long way with healthcare too embracing consumerization of IT. Most often, …

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