At its most basic, health information exchange and data sharing have to do with how multiple organizations are able to access and share your patient’s private data. There are many aspects of this, but one of the most important is keeping patient confidentiality to ensure your facility stays compliant. Read on to learn about the health information exchange and what it means for your facility.
Now more than ever, it’s important to create an inclusive survey experience for your patients. This allows you to get the most accurate data and to ensure that they are able to respond in as much detail as possible. So how can you achieve this? Here are 7 tips to create inclusive surveys for your healthcare facility.
In order to create a better experience for your patients, you need to understand what their care experience was like. This is where survey collection comes in. Learning about your patient’s needs, experiences, and whether they need additional assistance can go a long way in providing optimal care in your facility.
One of the main goals at Notivate Health is that your patients are satisfied with their care. That’s why we’ve created patient satisfaction surveys that allow you to gauge how a patient is doing almost immediately after their visit. Here are three ways that using these surveys can benefit your healthcare facility.
As a healthcare facility, you have certain needs when it comes to patient interaction. You need to be able to communicate quickly and effectively, you need to get certain information from your patients, and you need to create a welcoming, easy-to-access space for patients to share things with you. Building your patient engagement strategy around our platform can meet all of these needs and more!
Many healthcare facilities are still trying to find the best way possible to manage their patients during the COVID-19 outbreak. Additionally, this pandemic has allowed many facilities the opportunity to change their systems to be better prepared for the future. Below are ideas for what SMS messages can do to improve your communication with patients.