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The ABCs of Patient Engagement

Getting patients involved in their healthcare is crucial for the success of your practice. This eGuide provides simple tips and long-term strategies for increasing engagement with your patients, which brings valuable benefits to everyone involved.

This guide addresses why improving the patient experience will inevitably improve their engagement. According to a report from Physicians Practice, “[Patient engagement] ensures better care follow-up, medication adherence, patient education, and loyalty toward the practice.” Additionally, you’ll learn why healthcare expert Leonard Kish refers to patient engagement as “the blockbuster drug of the century.” What’s inside:

  • Why when patients get involved & have access to their own charts, they’re more likely to set goals, exercise & eat well
  • Why with reimbursements tied to HCAHPS scores & the shift to value-based healthcare, positive outcomes can mean serious benefit to your bottom line
  • How the average patient influences $1,075,000 in physician-related expenses for his or her household

Topic: Patient Experience, Telemedicine | Content Type: eGuides

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