Topic: Patient Engagement
Healthcare players shouldn't fear rapid industry change and the growing emphasis on consumerism, experts said.
Sapphire Digital’s Rob Graybill discusses how cash incentives can benefit all parties.
To help patients prepare for their medical visits, AHRQ developed a new consumer mobile app that builds off the agency’s Question Builder online tool.
Though high-deductible health plans have proliferated, members don’t act as empowered, discerning consumers of care, according to new research.
Thursday, March 28, 2019
On this webinar, we'll discuss with experts how to develop and promote smartphone apps that will streamline the consumer experience and give insurers more opportunities to coordinate care and provide proactive recommendations.
Seniors may benefit from decision support tools when choosing Part D plans—but they may need a nudge to jump into the tech, according to a new study.
Physician practices want to decrease patient no-shows and there are lots of ideas on how to do so. Here are some solutions.
Will all patients truly be up to the task of managing their own health data? Some CIOs say no.
Consumers are still distrustful of what insurance companies deem as high-quality services, a new study shows.
The Health Care Service Corporation (HCSC) and Blue Cross Blue Shield Institute have teamed up to debut foodQ, which offers affordable meal delivery.