It is a great time to monitor healthcare transformations from close quarters. It is also interesting to notice how healthcare has become a battleground for all sorts of experimentations and evaluations in recent times. We have AI chipping in from one end and blockchain from another. We have a booming wearables market along with a never-fading buzz around telehealth. Organizations are going to great extents to enhance the quality of care. Unsurprisingly, almost all hospitals across the states possessed a Certified Health IT Technology in the year 2017- often c
While health IT is important, it all begins with patients and providers coming together
The end goal of most treatment procedures is to eliminate the health issue, enhance the patient’s quality of life, or ideally both. While providers have the expertise, patients have the knowledge about their health statuses such as symptoms, the intensity of pain, and many other key pieces of information. Patients may have access to some ambiguous information related to their health issues, and it is essential that providers clear all their doubts. In a way, the more providers and patients trust each other, the more comprehensive the care experience becomes.