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Patient Engagement Strategies for Young, Healthy Populations

Patient engagement strategies for young and healthy populations should include technology to drive personal and convenient care.
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Mobile health and patient outcomes

Using mobile technology to capture patient information. Patients who are active participants in managing their health have better outcomes than patients who are passive recipients of care.
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How Empowered Nurses are Changing the Pharma Industry

Nurses play vital roles in communicating information both to and from the patient in pharmaceutical settings.
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‘Dear Pharma, stop talking, start delivering’

Three structural barriers that could cause patient engagement initiatives to fail
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Engaging Rural Residents in Patient-Centered Health Care Research
there remains a gap in our understanding of the intricacies of rural patient engagement in health-related research. This article describes the process of engaging rural patients, caregivers and broader stakeholders...
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The Difference Between Patient Education and Health Literacy
Understanding the difference between patient education and health literacy can assist HCPs with targeted patient engagement programs.
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White Paper: Patient Engagement and Healthcare Value
This white paper focuses on examining healthcare value based on the expert insights from the Center for Healthcare Innovation’s Healthcare Executive Roundtable held on October 13th, 2016 in New York City and other key trends and market forces. The roundtable identified specific ways in which healthcare stakeholders can enhance patient engagement, such as building relationships based on mutual trust and open communication with patients. 


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Physician led problem solving and leadership in healthcare innovation: A case study
How might we mobilize and engage doctors to support hospital transformation and best practice? How might turn opposition or apathy into active engagement? How might we solve longstanding problems like clinical documentation, leadership structure and physician recruitment?
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Patient engagement a new frontier for drug makers
Right now, any interaction between drug companies and patients typically comes after a drug has been developed and released, when drug makers look to patients to provide “patient reported outcomes” to determine whether a drug is having its intended effects and meeting patients’ expectations.

However, the push is to engage patients earlier in the process...

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