The average American spends 30 minutes with a doctor each year. That’s hardly enough time to deliver effective wellness and prevention. Physicians who want to thrive in a system that is quickly moving from volume to value must find ways to advance their capabilities in wellness and prevention and proactively support patients between visits.
Investing in wellness is a business necessity for employers, but to fully capitalize on the promise of wellness and prevention, they must find new ways to get individuals engaged.
Increasingly, consumers are asking for, or even demanding, that technology play a larger role in their health care. In this post, learn about the next-generation capabilities that are quickly becoming requirements for successful health and wellness initiatives.
With every passing day, social media becomes more relevant to the medical community. Online activity continues to climb and drive consumption, and opinions are easy to come by.