Although many aspects of care have flourished in the digital age, one problem remains: patient privacy.
Burnout was an issue in healthcare long before the COVID-19 pandemic. Now with hospitalizations decreasing, it’s time organizations turn our attention to the physician burnout pandemic.
“The new normal.” We’ve all been hearing that phrase since the beginning of the pandemic and can’t wait until everything is indeed, “back to normal”. But the reality is COVID-19 has changed so much of our daily lives and the way we practice healthcare is included. Here are some ways healthcare will look different in the post-pandemic world.
Chaos from the pandemic and the shift to digital health left health systems vulnerable, and the number of reported breaches increased 18% compared to the same period last year. However, there are several ways your organization can support remote care and protect patient data. Keep reading below for tips on how to prevent cyber-attacks.
Adopting a patient-centered approach to care can help reduce costs, build patient-provider relationships, and improve outcomes! It allows patients to align their care around personal preferences and empowers them to take charge of their own health. Providers can also make their revenue cycle more patient-centric, and double down on the benefits! Here are six tips on how to make to build a more patient-centric revenue cycle.