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Patient Appointment Scheduling Improves Engagement and Outcomes

Patient Appointment Scheduling Improves Engagement & Outcomes

on June 2, 2023 | By The InteliChart Team

Originally posted November 2022, updated June 2023.  Patient self-scheduling is becoming more of the norm in healthcare, with more and more healthcare providers embracing it for their practices. According to a recent survey, 8 in 10 healthcare consumers said setting up appointments online would make scheduling much easier. And 79% said they want to use patient scheduling software tools to book and manage their healthcare appointments online.

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5 Trends for Telehealth in 2023 and Beyond

on November 21, 2022 | By The InteliChart Team

Telehealth has gained significant momentum in recent years. The COVID-19 pandemic served as a catalyst for virtual care, causing a significant uptick in adoption. Usage skyrocketed throughout 2020 and well into 2021, with more and more patients exploring telehealth as an alternative to in-person care.

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Using Smartphones to Maximize Community-Based Healthcare

on November 15, 2022 | By The InteliChart Team

Community health centers (CHCs) served more than 30 million people in the U.S. in 2021, offering quality, accessible, and affordable care for the nation’s most vulnerable patients. Many CHC patients are impacted by one or more of the social determinants of health (SDOH), which have a significant impact on health outcomes and behaviors.

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How to Improve Clinical Workflow Protocol Implementation

on October 6, 2022 | By The InteliChart Team

Clinical workflows have been cited as a source of stress and burnout for healthcare administrative staff and providers. In 2019, the National Academy of Medicine reported that healthcare worker burnout had reached crisis levels. COVID-19 further exacerbated existing challenges, leading to the surgeon general's recent advisory.

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