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Patient Engagement Tools: Overcoming Barriers & Improving Outcomes

Posted by Cordata Health

April 14, 2017 at 3:06 PM

Does every patient engagement tool improve outcomes? That’s the question that many providers have been asking as engagement has gained traction in the health care industry. Even some of the biggest names in health technology are getting on board.

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Topics: Navigation & Care Coordination, Technology, Patient Engagement

Innovation in Healthcare: Both the Right Technologies and Right Attitude Are Required

Posted by Gary Winzenread

September 19, 2016 at 12:52 PM

The other day I had an experience that confirmed why innovation in healthcare can be so difficult. I was in a meeting with a few health system executives, including the chief innovation officer and VP of patient experience. They were talking about their need for more targeted and effective patient communications as part of their overall approach to care coordination. That these were senior executives demonstrated to me that innovation and patient engagement are high priorities for this system.

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Topics: Technology, Patient Engagement, EMR

Healthcare Technology and the Human Factor: Cordata CEO on c2b Solutions Blog

Posted by Cordata Health

August 16, 2016 at 1:37 PM

Patient engagement is an increasingly important and powerful element of effective care coordination because it’s proven to deliver real benefits, including reduced readmissions, fewer ED visits, and greater adherence to treatment plans among patients. Those benefits are most pronounced for patients on complex care paths, such as those in

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Topics: Navigation & Care Coordination, Technology, Patient Engagement

Care Coordination Plus: Increasing the Value with Technology and Treatment Plans

Posted by Gary Winzenread

January 15, 2016 at 6:00 AM

A couple of recent news items highlight how care coordination is especially powerful when combined with strong technology and multi-dimensional treatment plans. In other words, the benefits of care coordination are multiplied when hospital systems use it in the context of other initiatives and as a complement to technology, organization and process changes.

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Topics: ROI, health IT, Navigation & Care Coordination, Technology, Treatment Plans, ACE 2016

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