Recent studies have shown that mobile healthcare devices and texting apps, enabling better physician-patient communication and collaboration, help patients improve monitoring and management of chronic illnesses and medication adherence.
Stemming from a patient’s use of a fraudulent driver’s license in 2015, the Memorial Hermann Health System in Texas has been fined $2.4 million and will implement corrective actions for various HIPAA violations.
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Communication gaps in healthcare can be detrimental to patient care and organizational efficiency. See how repairing the disconnect between providers can lead to more effective care and increased satisfaction for both patients and employees.
As patients become more active in managing their health, the Healthcare industry is engaging in a more consumer-focused approach. Providers are adopting tech innovations to increase convenience and value for patients. Learn more about how technology is helping providers deliver better care and experiences.
Mental health providers are becoming more accepting of texting to provide better patient care. But unlike texting, secure messaging helps keep communication compliant and secure, while improving patient-provider relationships.