Ready, Risk, Reward: Aligning for Success with the Second Generation of Clinically Integrated Networks

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A strategic guide for optimizing clinicially integrated networks for larger patient populations and those in advanced alternative payment models with commercial, employer and government payers.

Mt. San Rafael Hospital: Leading the Way in Attestation

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Upgrading from a paper-based environment to an EHR helped a rural Colorado hospital avoid costly Meaningful Use fines. The hospital’s doctors, nurses, board of directors, and IT team collaborated to address the difficult task of preparing for MU3.

Healthcare Leader's Guide: Preventing Patient Harm Through Better Communications

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What happens when care teams don’t communicate? Communication failures, delays, and breakdowns can result in greater medical errors, malpractice costs, and mortality rates.

Dive into the real-life story of an academic medical center that experienced challenges with their communication infrastructure: Explore the five leading points of failure and discover how you can correct or prevent issues in your organization. You’ll learn how the right technology, process, and culture supports frictionless clinical communications to support patient safety.

Conquering the Complexity of Integrated Care Management

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With the help of Population Health Advisors, Virginia-based Sentara Healthcare is changing the culture toward more effective and efficient care coordination that reduces costs and improves quality for the health system’s sickest patients. 

Trends in Digital Health How technology is impacting patient care

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Digital health technologies like blood glucose meters and smartwatches have taken the healthcare industry by storm. But how are they being monitored and used? We surveyed around 200 hospital and health system executives and clinicians to find out.

9 Ways to Attract New Medical Patients and Keep the Ones You Have

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Instead of picking a doctor and just sticking with them for most of their lives, today’s patients are much more likely to switch practices if they are not happy. The Patient Provider Relationship Study found that one in three medical patients are likely to switch practices within a year or two. Making things even more complicated, patients are doing extensive homework before selecting a practice in the first place.

The following are nine proven healthcare marketing techniques which help practices like yours win new patients and keep the ones they have. These steps include everything from how to improve your online reviews to maintaining a social presence.

In order to keep your practice thriving, you need to find effective, efficient ways to reach out and connect with patients online.

Read the “9 Ways to Attract New Medical Patients…and Keep the Ones You have” to uncover the secrets behind a healthy, happy practice today.