Is there any long-term evidence to support that mHealth technology, tools, apps, etc. can truly modify behavior by increasing patient engagement and connectivity? I’d be interested to hear from providers who have seen a “lasting” uptick in patient engagement and if there is any adherence data for some of today’s most utilized mHealth applications. Thanks!
Answer Question | December 17, 2018 8:11 pm
Behavior modification, mhealth, mobile health, patient engagement
· What do you think about the ACO final rules and regulations? What do you think needs to happen for the ACO model to have a shot at success? What would need to happen on the front of patient engagement and accountability?
Answer Question | December 17, 2018 12:54 pm
Accountable Care Organizations, ACOs, Health information exchange, HIE, patient engagement
Lately I have written quite a bit about patient portals — specifically, my brief experience with their (lack of ) functionality and the notion that the digital divide prevents patients from using them. I see a Catch-22 — portals won’t catch on until they offer more features, but those who developm patient portals won’t be...
Answer Question | April 20, 2011 5:08 pm
patient engagement, patient records, Portal Technology