It was our first time attending the annual HIMSS conference, and after this experience, there’s no doubt we’ll be back. From the new connections we made to the range of education sessions to the vast sea of exhibitors, we know we’ve just gotten started. We appreciated the opportunity to share our solutions with people new to CodeBaby, including press and analysts, with whom we could discuss the proven outcomes from deploying our customer engagement solutions.
A great emphasis at HIMSS14 was on the connected patient and the new technologies available to advance patient engagement.
Specifically, health education, health management, and self-service. As components of patient portals, these innovations are playing key roles for establishing Meaningful Use Stage 1, Stage 2, and Stage 3 incentives.
Lately there have been a lot of buzzwords and hashtags surrounding patients and their health care needs, like #patientengagement #digitalpatient, and #px (patient experience). This sort of patient attention is wonderful and much needed. But what exactly do patients experience? If we want to engage them, we first must understand what it’s like to walk in their shoes.
At its core, the value of health IT is simple: optimize people and practice in order to enhance point-of-care decision-making. In order to do this, both the front-end navigation and the systems integration on the knowledge base need to work seamlessly together, enabling real people to make real decisions in real time. The value of health IT is different depending on who is experiencing it: patient, hospital administrator or the healthcare payer.
Visit CodeBaby at HIMSS14 booth 7966 to hear (and see) how others have increased consumer engagement, form completion, and more with CodeBaby Solutions.