Connecting the Patient: The Bridge to a Better Experience
ON-DEMAND Webinar Sponsored by MUSE
The hospital experience has changed in profound ways for both patients and healthcare providers. Many healthcare leaders see this as the pivotal moment to apply lessons learned to make lasting improvements in the care experience. One of those key lessons is the critical need to deliver care differently that connects patients to a better experience.
In this MUSE-sponsored webinar, you will learn:
- What’s missing in achieving the promise of automating care
- How patient-connecting technology is changing the way hospitals deliver an improved patient experience
- What the future of the hospital patient experience looks like, and how hospitals are achieving it today
Non-MUSE members may access this recorded webinar by contacting Alicia@museweb.org
Empowering Patients at the Center of Care
Insights for Meditech Hospitals
Medicine and medical technology have made remarkable advances in recent years, but these have largely been around what we do for patients and/or to patients, but not with patients. We’ve seen great strides made in the areas of electronic health records, AI, wireless communications and more, but the patient experience remains, for the most part, the same as it was decades ago.
Patient-centered care is all about putting the patient at the center of their care team as an active participant. This sounds great in theory, but often falls apart in the real-life patient experience.
This interactive webinar will challenge Meditech healthcare organizations to rethinking the patient experience in the 21st century and providing an experience that will not only result in better HCAHPS scores, but also improved outcomes.
Allen has been helping hospitals put patients at the center of their care for 40 years.
Allen’s E3 interactive patient engagement platform transforms hospital patient room smart TVs, bedside touch screens and tablets into interactive patient education, entertainment and experience hubs.
E3 creates happy patients, improves HCAHPS and reduces non-clinical staff interruptions that cost time and resources.