An estimated 78 percent of U.S. residents have a social media profile, according to Statista, which has increased each of the past eight years. While it should come as no surprise that healthcare providers have personal accounts, social media can also be used as a professional tool to grow a practice.
Consumers are reliant on mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets, for social media, internet research and other forms of entertainment. In fact, consumers spend 65 percent of digital media time on mobile devices compared to only 35 percent on desktops, according to comScore.
Telehealth. Telemedicine. Virtual patient consulting. These terms have been circulating the healthcare industry and continue to gain momentum as technology becomes ubiquitous in our society. As healthcare becomes more digitized, it is important to understand how telehealth can benefit patient care.
The majority of healthcare organizations are using the cloud to store clinical applications and basic patient forms. Unfortunately, many are still hesitant to rely on the cloud to host patient data because they don’t fully understand the cloud.
The majority of Americans use a computer on a daily basis, either at work or in their personal life. We are surrounded by technology, yet many patients remain skeptical when computers enter exam rooms.
Our CEO Mark Johnson was recently profiled in the Dallas Business Journal’s “Coffee Connections” series where he sat down with reporter Bill Hethcock.
For decades marketers have tailored their messages and delivery tactics based on the target audience to help increase sales of products and services. Today, physicians and healthcare executives must follow their lead when engaging patients from different generations.
According to a Harvard Medical School study, a typical visit to the doctor consumes more than two hours of a patient’s time, with only 20 minutes actually spent with a physician.
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