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The Secret To Patient Engagement – More Engaging Physicians And Health IT

The Secret To Patient Engagement – More Engaging Physicians And Health IT

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May 26, 2014

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Patient experience:

The challenge for physicians and health it professionals in not how to engage more patients….but rather how to be more engaging to patients who are already engaged.

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Steve Wilkins, MPH, host of "Mind the Gap"

We Have Been Socialized From Childhood To Be Passive When A Patient – But That Doesn’t Mean We Are Not Engaged

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January 21, 2014

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PROVIDERS:

In a recent email exchange, the physician I was corresponding with wrote “many people [that] go to see doctors are not engaged in their health.”

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Satisfaction With Provider Communication In Recent Study Is Lower In Patient Center-Medical Homes (PCMH) Than Non-PCMH

Satisfaction With Provider Communication In Recent Study Is Lower In Patient Center-Medical Homes (PCMH) Than Non-PCMH

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January 10, 2014

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PROVIDERS, SYSTEMS:

A recent blog headline on the Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative (PCPCC) recently caught my attention. It was entitled Patient Satisfaction With Medical Home Quality High. I was intrigued. I asked myself high compared to what? Non-PCMH practices?

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Steve Wilkins, MPH, host of "Mind the Gap"

The Typical Physician Misses Hundreds Of Opportunities To Engage, Empower & Excite Patients Every Day

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December 11, 2013

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PROVIDERS:

Did you know that on a typical day in the office seeing patients, the average physician misses hundreds of opportunities to engage, activate patients and excite their patients?

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Engage Your Patients And Members Where They Are…Not Where You Wish They Were

Engage Your Patients And Members Where They Are…Not Where You Wish They Were

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November 24, 2013

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With all the hype in the health press about the patient engagement potential of patient-facing health information technologies, one could be forgiven for thinking that HIT is the best if not only path to patient engagement.

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Do You Really Believe That 41% Of Consumers Would Switch Physicians To Get Online Access To Their EMR?

Do You Really Believe That 41% Of Consumers Would Switch Physicians To Get Online Access To Their EMR?

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September 30, 2013

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Patient experience, Technology in healthcare:

By Stephen Wilkins, MPH First Posted at Mind the Gap on 9/25/2013 If yes then I have a bridge to sell you… I love survey… Read More ›

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Patient-centered health care means sometimes saying “no”

Patient-centered health care means sometimes saying “no”

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September 25, 2013

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Patient experience, Physician leadership:

By Dr. Kenny Lin First Posted at Common Sense Family Doctor on 9/18/2013 Many commentators on U.S. health care, including me, have written that our… Read More ›

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Unbundling Risk: The Anatomy of a Hospital Admission

Unbundling Risk: The Anatomy of a Hospital Admission

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September 4, 2013

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Health care & health policy, Technology in healthcare:

By Jordan Grumet, MD If Hattie had but one flaw, it was that she held her doctors in too high esteem. It was not unusual… Read More ›

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The Adopt One! Challenge – The First Step To Better Patient Engagement & Patient Experiences

The Adopt One! Challenge – The First Step To Better Patient Engagement & Patient Experiences

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August 24, 2013

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Patient experience:

By Stephen Wilkins, MPH First Posted at Mind the Gap on 8/13/2013 A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.  Or in… Read More ›

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Is The CEO Of The Cleveland Clinic Serious When He Says “No More Passive Patients”?

Is The CEO Of The Cleveland Clinic Serious When He Says “No More Passive Patients”?

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August 18, 2013

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Patient experience, Technology in healthcare:

By Stephen Wilkins, MPH First Posted at Mind the Gap on 8/7/2013 If a recent blog post by the CEO of the Cleveland Clinic is representative of… Read More ›

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Rural California Telehealth

Rural California Telehealth

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June 5, 2013

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Health care & health policy, Health care professionals, Innovation/innovative companies, People in healthcare, Technology in healthcare:

By Christina Beach Thielst First Posted at Christina’s Considerations on 6/5/2013 This video comes to us from my friends at the California Telehealth Network and it focuses… Read More ›

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Telluride – “Old West” Ski Town Embraces Patient Safety

Telluride – “Old West” Ski Town Embraces Patient Safety

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June 3, 2013

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EDUCATION, Health care & health policy, Health care professionals, Patient Safety, People in healthcare, Social Media:

By Dr. David Mayer First Posted at Educate the Young on 6/3/2013 June has always been a very exciting month for me. For the last… Read More ›

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MD Opts Out And It’s Working

MD Opts Out And It’s Working

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June 3, 2013

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Health care & health policy, Health care professionals, Innovation/innovative companies, Medical Ethics, Patient Safety, Payment, People in healthcare, POLICY, Technology in healthcare:

By Dave Chase First Posted at Forbes on 5/23/2013 Dr. Rob Lamberts is an entertaining and informative writer who has been chronicling his departure from… Read More ›

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The Independent Purchase Decision Support Test

The Independent Purchase Decision Support Test

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June 1, 2013

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Change Management, Health care & health policy, Health care professionals, Innovation/innovative companies, Payment, People in healthcare, Physician leadership, Technology in healthcare:

By Dr. Adrian Gropper First Posted at The Health Care Blog on 5/30/2013 It’s a busy time in Washington, DC. June 3 marks the Datapalooza and begins… Read More ›

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The Doctor Patient Relationship On The Brink of Extinction: The Impact of Physician Post Graduate Training

The Doctor Patient Relationship On The Brink of Extinction: The Impact of Physician Post Graduate Training

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May 31, 2013

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EDUCATION, Health care & health policy, Health care professionals, Medical Ethics, Patient Safety, People in healthcare, Physician Burnout, POLICY:

By Dr. Kevin Campbell First Posted on his blog on 5/30/2013 It is unfortunate, but now medicine is “on the clock”.  We now must not… Read More ›

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