By Carrie Hallock – Patient activation has been shown to improve patient experience, outcomes, clinical indicators, adherence, health behavior, and participation in care. Some studies also show a correlation between patient activation and reduced symptoms, readmissions, overnight stays and use of the ER.
A new collaborative initiative founded by the American Medical Association announced it is working to unleash a new era of better, more effective patient care by introducing a data evolution for improving, organizing and sharing health care information.
UK physiologists welcome the award of the 2017 Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine, which has been awarded to three scientists from the US.
Wolters Kluwer Health announced the results of a survey on technology utilization in nursing education that found a significant increase in the use of virtual simulation and other new technologies.
By Kayla Matthews – Spinal surgery has always been a delicate procedure that requires years of experience to provide the best patient outcomes. New technologies are often slow in coming, taking months or years to make it through clinical trials and the FDA’s approval process. Thankfully, three new technologies have finally made their way into the mainstream.
To Improve Student Achievement in Nursing Education. Integration of RealEHRPrep with iCare online learning solution with Zynx Health content helps nursing students to advance their competency in preparation for clinical practice.