Tag Archives: health literacy

How Women’s Health Providers Can Thrive in Value-Based Care by Enhancing the Patient Experience

Female doctor consulting female patient.

How can women’s health providers enhance the patient experience and — in the process — advance value-based care?

3 Ways AI Will Change the Patient Experience

How will artificial intelligence shape the patient experience in the not-so-distant future and how can providers prepare for these changes?

The Rundown | Week of 9.17.2018

What does the FDA’s clearance of Apple Watches mean for wearables? What’s the true cost of healthcare illiteracy? Can aspirin regimens do more harm than good? Find the answers to these questions and more in The Rundown, our weekly digest of healthcare’s most important issues!

Health Literacy & How to "Read" Your Patients

Take two tablets by mouth twice daily. Sounds simple enough, right? Of course it means to orally ingest with water two capsules, one around noon and one in the evening. In a study of patients with low health literacy, 71 percent responded that they understood. However, only 35 percent were able to demonstrate the directions …

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