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  • Four Questions Series: Vince Kuraitis, PatientPing Advisor, Strategic Consultant
    Vince Kuraitis, advisor and strategic healthcare consultant, connected with PatientPing’s founder Jay Desai on the potential for healthcare to transform into a platform industry: Think Facebook, Google or Amazon. To Vince, healthcare desperately needs to capitalize on the network effect, but this can’t happen until healthcare embraces platform companies to support this business model.
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  • Seniors Need, And Want, Better Care Coordination
    By the year 2050, there will be nearly 86 million people in the US over the age of 65, effectively doubling the current senior population. As this population continues to grow, providers are tasked with serving more patients in an environment already facing pressures to reduce costs. As care coordination continues to be at the forefront of care quality conversations, providers have the...
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  • PCPs at the Helm of Care
    In less than three months, Mr. K went from seeing only his primary care physician (PCP) to seeing 11 clinicians in 11 different offices for five procedures. During that time, he learned he had both a kidney stone and cancer in his liver, necessitating quick action in a limited timeframe. Throughout the process, his PCP coordinated his care, communicating with the new providers 40 times...
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  • Increasing Family Engagement Needs a Proactive Approach
    In many ways, families are the backbone of patient care. Children’s hospitals have known this for a long time. They often give out laptops, do laundry, and provide comfortable overnight accommodations for parents of children in the hospital. They know that when children are sick, parents are the ones who comfort them, give them medicine, feed them, and help them adhere to treatment pla...
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  • Healthcare Innovation Doesn't Happen Overnight
    At first glance, it can often seem that our healthcare system is broken. Countless companies and thought leaders talk about overhauling the entire system. Costs are rising, interoperability is lacking, and quality needs to be improved across the board.
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  • Improving Healthcare Quality in Rural Communities
    Across America, healthcare is retreating from rural communities. Rural hospitals are closing at alarming rates, and nearly two-thirds of the Primary Care Health Professional Shortage Areas deemed by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) are in rural communities. 
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  • Why Chronic Conditions Need Continuous Care Coordination
    At 58 years old, Ms. G had diabetes and high blood pressure. She was also overweight and battled depression. After a regular visit with her primary care physician (PCP), Ms. G was referred to a mental health center for heightened depression and was later sent home. That’s where her journey began.
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  • A Chance for PCPs to Intervene in the ED
    At 8:24 a.m. on Thursday, June 22nd 2017, the average emergency department wait time at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts was nine minutes. We know that not because we visited the ED that day, but because we visited their Yelp listing.
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  • Healthcare Pros Prescribe Mobile Technology Use For Enhanced Care
    Americans can’t live without their phones, and healthcare professionals are not immune either. On average, we spend five hours each day on mobile technology, and 77% of Americans own smartphones. In a 2012 study of healthcare professionals, 87% of doctors reported using smartphones or tablets on the job, and recent small-sample reports indicate that the number is rising.

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