Nowadays, society is so technology driven that if you run a therapy practice but don’t have a strong online presence, you’re probably losing out on new patients and referrals. That’s why, developing a digital content strategy is critical for your business to foster relationships with current patients, improve customer satisfaction and engage new users. Keep reading to learn more!
Since the rise of the digital age, technology has impacted our everyday lives and continues to...
Whether it be advanced treatment or a regularly scheduled check-up, healthcare delivery cannot merely rely on effective scheduling, billing and reporting. All of these aspects must and should involve some form of engagement so that providers can enhance communication efforts, offer increased accessibility as well as improve patient outcomes.
Even before the pandemic, providers were driving innovation for new forms of virtual care. As Covid-19 has progressed, we have seen the rapid adoption of telehealth as well as recognized the significance of remote patient monitoring devices for those with chronic illnesses or who require continuity of treatment. With these digital technologies revolutionizing patient/provider engagement, more people are looking for ways to honor the hard-working professionals who provide exceptional patient experiences every day. That is why, each April is dedicated to celebrating Patient Experience Week (PX Week) and commemorating community efforts to better advocate for public health.
Sphere is a leading financial technology and software company revolutionizing integrated commerce solutions for healthcare and its synergistic verticals. Trusted by the nation’s largest health systems, Sphere delivers a highly integrated cloud-based platform that reduces friction and facilitates better and more secure patient payments that drive revenue. Sphere’s Health iPASS platform enhances provider revenue collection by simplifying the patient check-in process, facilitating pre-service, time-of-service and post-service engagement as well as payments through an innovative, multi-channel virtual software interface. READ THE FULL PRESS RELEASE HERE.
Within the last year we have experienced a huge boom in the use of Telehealth and remote patient monitoring (RPM) tools as solutions to continuity of care for providers across the spectrum of healthcare. Although RPM has certainly become more popular due to quarantine - it has always been an important tool for providers. Continue reading to learn more about RPM and why it is such a critical asset to healthcare practices and patients alike.
As we have weathered the pandemic, the utilization of Telehealth has provided a much needed platform for patients and providers alike to be able to connect as well as perform. However, Telehealth has quickly evolved from what was a temporary lifeline to what is now an industry standard necessity when it comes to stabilizing service delivery. That is why, today we are discussing the persistent relevance of Telehealth and how patient engagement continues to adapt to the progressive needs of the healthcare industry.
Wishing everyone a happy first week of spring! This season inspires growth and rejuvenation, not to mention what many refer to as ‘Spring Cleaning’. Everyone has something that needs a good cleaning-up or restart, if you will, so, for specialized healthcare providers struggling with their software platform, we are here to help! In today’s blog we’ll be breaking down why DIY software can help you get specific solutions you need for your specialized practice and clean up the mess that often comes with ‘one-size-fits-all’ models.
The year 2020 has brought many unexpected challenges, but with unexpected challenges come unexpected solutions. Which is why we wanted to discuss the future of healthcare from what has already changed to the ways in which experts anticipate how new technological developments and progressing patient behavioral trends are predicted to continuously impact how medical providers facilitate care even after the CoronaVirus.