Posts Tagged ‘Digital Health’

Infographic: How Digital Healthcare Transformation Powers the Internet of Things

August 30th, 2017 by Melanie Matthews

Data is coming at healthcare organizations in massive waves, from computing devices (such as smartphones and tablets) to connected devices (like smart refrigerators and wearable health monitors). Enterprises that collect, store and analyze this data effectively can use it to drive innovations through the Internet of Things (IoT), according to a new infographic by CDW.

The infographic details how IoT enables capabilities such as data analysis for predictive insight and better decision-making, as well as automation to improve the efficiency and productivity of far-flung operations.

2016 Healthcare Benchmarks: Digital HealthDigital health, also referred to as ‘connected health,’ leverages technology to help identify, track and manage health problems and challenges faced by patients. Person-centric health management is slowly acknowledging the device-driven lives of patients and health plan members and incorporating these tools into care delivery and management efforts.

2016 Healthcare Benchmarks: Digital Health examines program goals, platforms, components, development strategies, target populations and health conditions, patient engagement metrics, results and challenges reported by more than 100 healthcare organizations responding to the February 2016 Digital Health survey by the Healthcare Intelligence Network.

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Infographic: Healthcare’s Digital Transformation: Understanding the Patient Journey

August 21st, 2017 by Melanie Matthews

The relationship dynamic in the healthcare industry has flipped. Patients today are more self-reliant, informed, and comfortable operating independently to find information and services. This change has come as a direct result of the growing importance of technology in modern lives—consumers have simply grown accustomed to using digital networks to solve their problems. Ninety-three million Americans turned to the Internet to self-diagnose in 2013, and searching for health information is the 3rd most common online activity, according to a new infographic by R2integrated.

The infographic examines the digital habits and considerations that patients go through as they navigate through their decision-making journey—from brand awareness all the way to brand advocacy.

2016 Healthcare Benchmarks: Digital HealthDigital health, also referred to as ‘connected health,’ leverages technology to help identify, track and manage health problems and challenges faced by patients. Person-centric health management is slowly acknowledging the device-driven lives of patients and health plan members and incorporating these tools into care delivery and management efforts.

2016 Healthcare Benchmarks: Digital Health examines program goals, platforms, components, development strategies, target populations and health conditions, patient engagement metrics, results and challenges reported by more than 100 healthcare organizations responding to the February 2016 Digital Health survey by the Healthcare Intelligence Network.

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Infographic: Making Digital Healthcare Transformation Real

June 23rd, 2017 by Melanie Matthews

Digital transformation is crucial in shifting from volume-based sick care to value-based healthcare, according to a new infographic by IDC.

The infographic examines digital health challenges and opportunities, the transformation journey, security concerns and the benefits of healthcare digital technologies.

Real-time remote management of high-risk populations curbed hospitalizations, hospital readmissions and ER visits for more than 80 percent of respondents and boosted self-management levels for nearly all remotely monitored patients, according to 2014 market data from the Healthcare Intelligence Network (HIN).

Remote Monitoring of High-Risk Patients: Telehealth Protocols for Chronic Care Management profiles a successful eight-year initiative by New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation’s (NYCHHC) House Calls Telehealth Program that significantly lowered patients’ A1C blood glucose levels.

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Infographic: Mobile Communication Leads to Better Outcomes

May 29th, 2017 by Melanie Matthews

Mobile communication is leading to better healthcare outcomes, according to a new infographic by Voalte.

The infographic examines how leading hospitals are using their communication platforms to save time, streamline workflow and improve patient outcomes.

Real-time remote management of high-risk populations curbed hospitalizations, hospital readmissions and ER visits for more than 80 percent of respondents and boosted self-management levels for nearly all remotely monitored patients, according to 2014 market data from the Healthcare Intelligence Network (HIN).

Remote Monitoring of High-Risk Patients: Telehealth Protocols for Chronic Care Management profiles a successful eight-year initiative by New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation’s (NYCHHC) House Calls Telehealth Program that significantly lowered patients’ A1C blood glucose levels.

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Infographic: Capturing the Value of Digital Healthcare Transformation

February 22nd, 2017 by Melanie Matthews

Healthcare providers across the globe are recognizing the need for digital technology in their hospitals and practices. But with ever-tightening budgets and numerous priorities, where exactly should they focus their investments? What will really drive the most value? The biggest impact comes from digitizing the ways clinicians, healthcare workers, and administrators do their jobs, according to a new report by Cisco.

A new infographic from Cisco highlights the report’s findings and details potential digital health cost savings.

Capturing the Value of Digital Healthcare Transformation

2016 Healthcare Benchmarks: Digital HealthDigital health, also referred to as ‘connected health,’ leverages technology to help identify, track and manage health problems and challenges faced by patients. Person-centric health management is slowly acknowledging the device-driven lives of patients and health plan members and incorporating these tools into care delivery and management efforts.

2016 Healthcare Benchmarks: Digital Health examines program goals, platforms, components, development strategies, target populations and health conditions, patient engagement metrics, results and challenges reported by more than 100 healthcare organizations responding to the February 2016 Digital Health survey by the Healthcare Intelligence Network.

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Infographic: How Wearable Technology Is Transforming Healthcare

December 28th, 2016 by Melanie Matthews

Healthcare providers are using wearable technology to enhance the clinical outcomes of patients with chronic diseases and improve clinician/patient engagement processes. With the advent of the Internet of Things (I0T), wearable and connected devices are making it possible for patients and healthcare providers to leverage the power of technology to get answers to complex medical problems, streamline clinical information systems, and make informed decisions in the provision of healthcare, according to a new infographic by Tech India.

The infographic examines the growth of wearable technology in healthcare as well as challenges and advantages.

How Wearable Technology Is Transforming Healthcare

2016 Healthcare Benchmarks: Digital HealthDigital health, also referred to as ‘connected health,’ leverages technology to help identify, track and manage health problems and challenges faced by patients. Person-centric health management is slowly acknowledging the device-driven lives of patients and health plan members and incorporating these tools into care delivery and management efforts.

2016 Healthcare Benchmarks: Digital Health examines program goals, platforms, components, development strategies, target populations and health conditions, patient engagement metrics, results and challenges reported by more than 100 healthcare organizations responding to the February 2016 Digital Health survey by the Healthcare Intelligence Network.

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Infographic: Empowered Digital Patients

November 18th, 2016 by Melanie Matthews

Today’s empowered digital patients desire smarter, more connected care, according to a new infographic by CDW Healthcare.

The infographic examines the technology making the rounds across healthcare settings to deliver value to patients and providers.

Empowered Digital Patients

Real-time remote management of high-risk populations curbed hospitalizations, hospital readmissions and ER visits for more than 80 percent of respondents and boosted self-management levels for nearly all remotely monitored patients, according to 2014 market data from the Healthcare Intelligence Network (HIN).

Remote Monitoring of High-Risk Patients: Telehealth Protocols for Chronic Care Management profiles a successful eight-year initiative by New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation’s (NYCHHC) House Calls Telehealth Program that significantly lowered patients’ A1C blood glucose levels.

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Infographic: 5 Kinds of mHealth Users

September 26th, 2016 by Melanie Matthews

Fifty-eight percent of Americans with a smartphone say they have shared information with a medical professional via the Internet on their smartphone, mobile app or wearable device, and 1 in 4 have emailed or texted a photo of a medical issue to a doctor, according to the Ketchum mHealth Monitor.

A new infographic by Ketchum highlights some of the study findings.

Digital health, also referred to as ‘connected health,’ leverages technology to help identify, track and manage health problems and challenges faced by patients. Person-centric health management is slowly acknowledging the device-driven lives of patients and health plan members and incorporating these tools into care delivery and management efforts.

2016 Healthcare Benchmarks: Digital Health profiles a successful eight-year initiative by New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation’s (NYCHHC) House Calls Telehealth Program that significantly lowered patients’ A1C blood glucose levels.

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Infographic: The ROI of Patient Engagement

September 9th, 2016 by Melanie Matthews

Healthcare consumers want more engagement with features like text reminders and online scheduling and better customer service, including follow-up communications from providers, according to a new infographic by Kareo.

However, healthcare providers are concerned about the return on investment for patient engagement tools and technology. The infographic looks at the types of tools and technologies healthcare consumers would like to access and the financial benefit providers could expect to achieve from implementing these options.

Transformational patient-centered models emerging post-ACA are designed to succeed with a core of engaged, activated patients, yet enlistment of individuals in chronic care management, telehealth and other health enhancement interventions continues to challenge the healthcare industry.

2015 Healthcare Benchmarks: Patient Engagement documents strategies, program components, successes and challenges of engaging patients and health plan members in self-care from 133 organizations responding to the 2015 Patient Engagement survey by the Healthcare Intelligence Network.

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Infographic: Is the Healthcare Industry Digitally Fit?

August 29th, 2016 by Melanie Matthews

A growing number of healthcare consumers are taking charge of their health with digital tools, according to a new infographic by Capgemini Consulting.

The infographic examines how consumers are using these tools and compares healthcare providers by digital maturity.

2016 Healthcare Benchmarks: Digital HealthPerson-centric health management is slowly acknowledging the device-driven lives of patients and health plan members and incorporating these tools into care delivery and management efforts.

2016 Healthcare Benchmarks: Digital Health examines program goals, platforms, components, development strategies, target populations and health conditions, patient engagement metrics, results and challenges reported by healthcare organizations responding to the February 2016 Digital Health survey by the Healthcare Intelligence Network.

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