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Patient-Centric Care

Patient-Centric Care: 5 Examples You Can Implement Today

on July 7, 2022 | By The InteliChart Team

Patient-centric (or patient-centered) care is a concept that comes up again and again in healthcare today, but it’s more than just a catchy phrase—it’s the way of the future. Many healthcare practices have caught on, with an increasing number of providers implementing processes and technologies to transition to patient-centric care delivery. Let’s talk about patient-centric care: what it is, why it’s important, and five different examples you can start implementing today.

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5 Ways Your Healthcare Practice Should Be Using Automation

5 Ways Your Healthcare Practice Should Be Using Automation

on April 22, 2021 | By Wendy Bartlett

Manual, inefficient workflows are a thing of the past in almost every industry, and healthcare is no exception. Automation in healthcare is nothing new: Technological advances have completely changed the game, enabling practices and providers to streamline time-consuming processes and improve their operations. Although many are already taking advantage of technology to automate manual workflows, some are not quite there yet. The truth is, the degree to which you embrace technology to work more efficiently can make or break your practice, so the sooner you get on board, the better.

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How to Use Data to Improve Patient Outcomes

How to Use Data to Improve Patient Outcomes

on April 8, 2021 | By Wendy Bartlett

Healthcare practices and providers have access to more data today than ever before. Real-time data housed in electronic health records (EHRs) and software with robust reporting capabilities has changed how we approach patient care in numerous ways, from helping identify vulnerable, high-risk individuals, to operating more efficiently and proactively managing the health of populations.

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How Your EHR Is (Negatively) Impacting Patient Care

How Your EHR Is (Negatively) Impacting Patient Care

on April 6, 2021 | By Wendy Bartlett

Electronic health records (EHRs) are an integral component in today’s healthcare industry, offering numerous benefits to practices, providers, and patients alike. Even though patients don’t directly interact with the EHR their provider uses, it can still have a profound impact on their care quality, health outcomes, and overall experience with your practice—for better or for worse. Using an EHR that’s not effectively designed to support patient care can have several potentially negative implications. It’s up to you to ensure your EHR’s impact is positive as opposed to a deterrent to delivering top-quality care. Here’s how EHRs can negatively impact patient care and what your practice can do to take action.

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This Month in Healthcare IT: Value-Based Care

on December 1, 2020 | By Wendy Bartlett

The transition from volume-based to value-based care has been a key area of focus for healthcare leaders in recent years. Providers of all sizes, from small healthcare practices to large health systems, are looking for efficient and effective ways to embrace value-based reimbursement, overcome barriers, and improve their quality of care as a whole.

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6 Patient Engagement Strategies to Increase Retention

on October 13, 2020 | By Wendy Bartlett

Healthcare has never been more competitive than it is today. The rise of healthcare consumerism has completely changed the game. Modern consumers have higher expectations in terms of the cost, quality, and type of care they receive. They’re also more willing than ever before to switch providers in pursuit of a better care experience when those expectations aren’t being met.

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Is Your Patient Portal Built for Your Patient’s Convenience?

on August 20, 2020 | By The InteliChart Team

These days, nearly every healthcare practice uses some type of portal to engage patients and improve health outcomes. A recent survey revealed that 90 percent of healthcare organizations offer portal access to their patients. However, despite this widespread adoption, the same survey found that less than one-third of patients actively use the portal available to them.

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