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Technology and Patient Engagement
Older adults are still struggling to use patient portals to engage with their healthcare providers, according to a survey conducted in March 2018 by the University of Michigan and AARP of 2,013 adults ages 50 to 80 years.
Access to medical records is key to building patient engagement. Here’s why some patients are struggling to access their own data.
A survey from EY reveals how consumers use technology and how to mix engagement tools and existing EHR features.
Using EHRs and other technologies can enhance care coordination, patient engagement.
A new survey by Black Book Research found the top requested services from patients are available through EHRs.
A new study says that physicians and nurses might be overlooking these alerts—a move that risks putting patients in danger.
A new survey of practitioners has unpredicted findings about using EHRs to engage with patients.
An ONC report finds that more patients are engaged with their health records. Here’s why.
A new Private Exchange Research Council study shows why decision support and educational tools are necessary to help employees navigate the choice in benefits.