How Better Healthcare Technology Leads To Better Patient Engagement
We surveyed 300 U.S. consumers about the digital tools they use to connect with their doctors. Our data indicates that key aspects of the digital patient experience fall short of people's expectations. Inside you will learn:
- How comfortable patients are using digital tools to communicate with their healthcare providers
- Why patients use (or refuse to use) patient portals
- How to optimize patient portals for all devices
- What patients prefer when it comes to pre-appointment data collection
How Covid-19 Changed Patients' View On Healthcare Technology
Learn how the pandemic changed patients' perception and use of healthcare tech. Learn where things are working will and where healthcare providers are struggling to keep up with changing demands.
If You Had An App, Would It Get Used?
Explore data that can help you decide if building (or enhancing) an app for your patients would be a worthwhile investment. This study reveals what percentage of people would use an app and what they would use it for.
How People View Virtual Appointments
Do patients still prefer an in-person visit or would a virtual appointment satisfy their needs? This study looks at the numbers behind who would be interested in a virtual appointment or video call if it was offered.
Learn How Patient Portals Have Fallen Behind
Many respondents reported that their healthcare providers lack up-to-date patient portals. In this study, we look at what is lacking so that you can make sure you are focusing on the right areas when you invest in updating your patient portal.
What Devices Are Your Patients Using?
The patients we surveyed reported that they use different devices depending on what they are trying to accomplish. Make sure you understand your patients’ device habits when you are investing in apps and patient portals.
Learn How To Deliver A Better Patient Experience
Healthcare tech is challenging, perhaps more challenging than any other field. By using this data, in your decision-making process, you have an opportunity to meet the changing demands of tech-savvy patients.
HOW BETTER HEALTHCARE TECHNOLOGY LEADS TO BETTER PATIENT ENGAGEMENT
We surveyed 300 U.S. consumers about the digital tools they use to connect with their doctors. Our data indicates that key aspects of the digital patient experience fall short of people’s expectations.