To support your patient engagement strategy, you need a combination of tools across your healthcare organization. These tools should share the same overall objective – to help your patients better engage, understand, and become active (24/7) participants in their own healthcare.
Patient engagement can mean different things to different groups of people –providers versus patients, for example. What is most important is to manage evolving patient engagement demands, and on a broader scope, to satisfy regulatory requirements for better population health and improved patient outcomes.
To satisfy patient engagement needs – and approach healthcare more holistically – you need the expertise and technology tools that work well together and deliver results that demonstrate value, drive better population health, and lower care costs. One step to achieving this goal is by having patients more involved in their health, which means access to their health information and support networks. Patientory solutions have you covered:
- Combining the power of rapid and secure medical record access with a patient community platform
- Increase patient engagement with care coordination
- More intelligently allocate time and resources for improved care
- Software to ensure regulatory requirements
What does patient engagement mean to you? What tools do you currently use? Are there additional solutions you’ve considered to help boost your engagement efforts during the transition to value-based care? Can you automatically and systematically engage with your patients anywhere, anytime?
Patientory can help answer your questions and put you on the path to better patient engagement and satisfaction as you transition to value-based care.
Also published on Medium.