Patient Experience Week is an annual event to celebrate healthcare staff impacting patient experience everyday. This week’s Friday Five celebrates PX Week with a great episode of Hello Healthcare, an interesting whitepaper from F4CP, some insight from a Colin Hung interview and more.
By Peyman Zand – 2020 and 2021 events pushed the healthcare industry into uncharted territories of digital transformation at an unexpected and often uncomfortably rapid pace for many providers. And this was the silver lining for many CIOs who really wanted to make the shift earlier but lacked the impetus or buy-in for sweeping changes.
Patient Experience Symposium is a one-of-a-kind conference that brings together leading stakeholders from across healthcare, all to improve your institution’s patient experience.
Patient Experience Week is an annual event to celebrate healthcare staff impacting patient experience everyday. Inspired by members of the Beryl Institute community, PX Week provides a focused time for organizations to celebrate accomplishments, re-energize efforts and honor the people who impact patient experience everyday.
On this week’s Friday Five we highlight some of our favorite series posts from each of our Answers Media Network sites. Read about each series post to find out what it has to offer and catch up on the latest in all things health IT.
Inspired by members of The Beryl Institute community, Patient Experience Week is an annual event to celebrate healthcare staff impacting patient experience everyday.
New Study: Patients Could Save Time and Money If Neighborhood Pharmacies Can Administer More Vaccines
Patients could save time and money if federal law is reformed to allow pharmacists to administer all CDC recommended vaccines, a new study released by the Pacific Research Institute found.
By Matt Ferrari – In episode three of my HealthcareNOW Radio show, “CTO Talk” I have the pleasure of sharing some time with Scott Maurice, the co-founder and managing partner of Avail Partners.
By David Harlow JD MPH – As Chief Medical Officer at BaseHealth, Dr. Nick van Terheyden (aka Dr. Nick) serves as the voice of the physician at the company. He provides strategic insights in product development and marketing as BaseHealth works to bring to market a predictive, evidence-based and data-driven population health management platform.