Hospitals and health plans are increasingly investing in consumer-oriented services to remain competitive as patients and members shop more for their care. Most healthcare executives currently focus at least part of their strategic plan on consumerism, and they expect that will only continue to grow in the years ahead, according to respondents to Modern Healthcare’s
It’s a loaded question, and one that’s front and center in many sectors of healthcare. We went through a similar song and dance in the ‘90’s with the rapid rise and eventual decline of the Physician Practice Management Company (“PPMC”) sector. The sector is again flourishing, and today’s spaghetti bowl is filled with many well-capitalized
A new Patient satisfaction study published in BMJ’s Emergency Medicine Journey, showed that a visual introduction to the ED process can increase patient satisfaction by 12% and should always be performed to patients upon arrival. With Bioscape’s “What to Expect module”, this is easily accomplishable. If interested, contact us to learn more.
The clinics are flanked by an atrium, a cafe and a library with an outdoor deck. Their main concourses are dotted with furnished alcoves. One thing they don’t have: designated waiting rooms. That’s because patients at the clinics in the Health Transformation Building at Dell Medical School, part of UT Health Austin, can either go
Atlanta, Georgia—January 17, 2017— Bioscape Digital (Bioscape) today announced that Al Stubblefield, past president and CEO of Baptist Health Care located in Pensacola, Florida, has been elected to Bioscape’s Board of Directors. Under Mr. Stubblefield’s leadership, Baptist Health Care became a leader in patient and employee satisfaction. His focus on satisfaction resulted in Baptist Health
TriStar Hendersonville Medical Center is now using technology to engage with patients during a visit to the emergency room. Patients and their visitors can use a dedicated tablet for information about their care, provide real-time feedback to ER staff or for entertainment. “No one plans for a medical emergency, but when the unexpected happens, TriStar
By Brianna Flavin for Rasmussen College Anyone with an interest in technology has probably encountered the field of health information technology (HIT) in the past few years. This sector of healthcare has received some well-deserved limelight for the innovations it has brought to the industry at large. But while we see the fantastic results of
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (February 29, 2015) – TriStar Skyline Medical Center is using technology to engage with patients during a visit to the emergency room. Patients and their visitors can now use a dedicated tablet for information, to provide real-time feedback or entertainment. “Patients don’t anticipate an ER visit but when they need emergency care and