Tag Archive: patient engagement

by Brian Murphy | February 16, 2018

PHM Market Trends Report Coming Before HIMSS

Key Takeaway PHM products are maturing in spite of uncertainty about payment system. The Chilmark Research 2018 Population Health Management […]

by Ellen Badinelli | December 08, 2017

Plainly Speaking: A hitchhiker’s guide to the [Healthcare IT] galaxy

I am always struck by how industries evolve language for the benefit of, and use by, its members. But membership […]

by Brian Eastwood | January 30, 2017

Patient Experience and Satisfaction Aren’t the Same as Engagement

Healthcare’s inexorable march toward value-based care has brought with it a focus on what’s best for the patient. Instead of […]

by John Moore | September 29, 2016

Health 2.0: Ten Years On

For my young daughter, 10 yrs is nearly a lifetime – but for myself, nary the blink of an eye. […]

by Brian Eastwood | July 11, 2016

Finally, Some Concrete Use Cases for Telehealth

A recent report has gone great lengths to explain how and to what extent telehealth can improve outcomes, and it […]

by Brian Eastwood | April 19, 2016

Design Healthcare for People at Their Worst

Much of the rhetoric surrounding healthcare innovation is happy. Smiling young people run along a river on a sunny day, […]

by Brian Eastwood | January 29, 2016

Bringing Digital Health to Those Who Need It Most

Between my current life as an analyst and my former life as a journalist, I’ve sat in a lot of […]

by Brian Eastwood | October 20, 2015

The Parallel Paths of Healthcare Innovation

How you define healthcare innovation depends on the setting. Sometimes it’s a handheld device that lets a physician examine your […]

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