Achieving a high degree of patient engagement is the goal of most patient-centered practices and clinics. To that end, healthcare companies and practices have focused on improving technology to ...
Consider Remote Patient Monitoring to Boost Medicare Patient Engagement
The statistic is staggering: Two out of every three patients over the age of 65 have two or more chronic illnesses, and until recently, a physician’s ability to monitor these patients with regular ...
Don't Forget to Celebrate!
Boy, things are so crazy right now! One of the things that can help patients feel secure and even normal is to continue to celebrate special days. Since we have Independence Day coming very soon, I ...
Tips for Scheduling Patients Efficiently
One question that I see a lot is related to scheduling. How can you schedule patients efficiently? This means that you are able to fill your schedule nicely without OVERFILLING it. In today's FAQ, I ...
10 Misconceptions about Telehealth and What Research Has to Say About It
As 2020 stormed in, bringing the COVID-19 pandemic with it, life as we knew it quickly shifted. For those in healthcare, one of those big shifts included the sudden widespread need for telehealth ...
Practice Comeback Plan: How to Support the New Digital Patient Journey
You've moved into a "new normal" in the way you're running your practice. In fact, the entire patient experience has taken on a whole new look lately. With all of the changes from COVID-19, large ...
5 Tips for Leveraging Patient Newsletters
Patient retention is critical to the life blood of your practice, but just as important, if not more, is being able to consistently acquire new patients to continue to grow and maintain a healthy ...
Coronavirus—What Does It Mean for Your Practice?
As we all know, a new coronavirus, 2019-nCoV, has erupted across the world. According to the World Health Organization, as of Feb 3, there are more than 17,000 diagnosed cases worldwide, most from ...
Looking For a Workplace Cell Phone Policy?
Well, that's what you're gonna get in today's SolutionTeach FAQ video. Today we talk all about the challenges of cell phone use by employees in our modern world. You also get a rare sighting of our ...
Brain on Fire: A Review of My Favorite Conference Session This Summer
I am lucky as a patient to get to attend conferences each year that teach science, research, and data with personal stories to go with them. One such event I attended this summer was Global Genes. ...
Helping Patients with Special Needs
We received a great question this week about how to create a good experience for everyone when a special needs patient comes in for a visit. I'd love to hear your ideas as well! It is such an ...
What Does it Mean to Get Personal With Patients?
“We like the personal touch of phone calls.” It's a common comment from those in the healthcare industry. Here's the real-life problem with this statement, though: Just how personal is leaving a ...