Helping Patients Through Visual and Audio Information

“We throw paper and words at patients and it is crazy to think they will understand” — Brian Jack Chief of Family Medicine at Boston Medical Center An observant article in the Wall Street Journal last Monday finally acknowledged how clinicians can reduce and redefine a significant, chronic point of care issue: patients recall less […]

What Patients Need to Remember After Leaving the Hospital-New tools help patients retain critical information -Dec 1 WSJ article

This is a great article. I heard about this from the Innovation Fund people at NSLI Hospitals earlier this summer. The technology is rudimentary at best, a computer on a cart set up with video camera to do the recording. It highlights a significant point of care issue that is patients recall less than 10% […]

Is Inclusive Geo-Fencing the Future at Point of Care?

Crafting a Multichannel and Multi-Device Approach In healthcare marketing circles, Geo-Fencing is a current buzzword. A geo-fence is a “virtual perimeter for a real-world geographic area that can be dynamically generated”—as in a radius around a store or point location– or it can be a predefined set of boundaries where engagement can be made with […]

Is Inclusive Geo-Fencing the Future at Point of Care?

Crafting a Multichannel and Multi-Device Approach In healthcare marketing circles, Geo-Fencing is a current buzzword. A geo-fence is a “virtual perimeter for a real-world geographic area that can be dynamically generated”—as in a radius around a store or point location– or it can be a predefined set of boundaries where engagement can be made with […]