Stop outmigration with digital care coordination

Posted by Brad Veach on Tuesday, April 4, 2017

For too many providers, first-time patients fail to become repeat patients. How can we create a system that keeps patients in-network and coming back?

For starters, we need to align our processes with the digital age. Healthcare in particular is characteristically behind the times when it comes to meeting consumer demands. For many healthcare providers, booking follow up visits for patients still relies on three-way phone calls or merely handing the patient a slip of paper with some contact info. Digitizing the care coordination process can fix these issues. Specifically, it can organize and streamline data across in-network providers, while keeping the scheduling process both simple and intuitive.

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9 ways to fix patient access

Posted by Daniel Collins on Thursday, December 22, 2016

1. Despite the rise of on-demand services like AirBnB and Uber, there are many reasons why healthcare lags behind the tech advancements of other industries. To see how consumer demand is reversing this, and helping revolutionize the way patients access care, read Health IT Outcomes’ article on “Matching Patients With The Right Provider”.

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Sprung a Leak? The Cost of Referral Leakage

Posted by Brad Veach on Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Roughly one third of all patients leave their primary care physician with a referral in hand. For Medicare patients, that number goes up to half [1]. And every time a patient walks out with a referral, thousands of dollars are on the line.

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