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Expansion of Readily Available Providers to Achieve Patient Engagement and Improve Health Outcomes

What is a diagnosis if the patient doesn’t understand it? What is a healthcare plan if the patient doesn’t follow it? What is an integrated network of providers if the patient doesn’t even know who they are? Healthcare engagement and education can be achieved with increased: patient to provider face-to-face time, access to providers and education time. With a provider readily available to make home visits, and consistent ...more »

Submitted by (@lmorris)

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Patient Based EHRs = Interoperability Now

It's time to change the premise of EHRs. While providers will always need to keep proprietary patient records, why should providers be the accepted central repository for a patient's healthcare records? Patients should be the ones controlling their healthcare data, not providers. Providers cannot import mHealth API data into their EHR systems, but patients can. Providers cannot import genetic API data into their ...more »

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Uber for Healthcare

Imagine: You have a rash so you open your HappyHealth app to find a derm & book a visit. You push your medical info + pics to the office via secure messaging. You provide details & your insurance is verified remotely. You securely prepay your copay discounted 10%. At the visit you scan your phone to checkin. On HH you see a timer when you’ll be next. The derm is on-time & already knows your condition. On HH she looks ...more »

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Relationship-based care 2.0: The Maternity Neighborhood

What if the medical chart, instead of being just the clinician’s documentation record, was something the clinician and the patient owned and honed collaboratively? What if “personalized medicine” tapped the most underutilized resource for personalizing care: relationships? Private Practice is building on established success of our shared electronic health record for maternity care to launch the Maternity Neighborhood, ...more »

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Virtual Health Insurance Card

The static, printed, and likely faded, insurance card we all have in our wallets is currently the only intersection between patients, providers, and payers. What if we could streamline the entire healthcare experience by virtualizing this “card” and putting it on a single, secure, real-time communications platform—a platform that would bring patients from the periphery to the center of healthcare? What if we could see ...more »

Submitted by (@davidbrooks)

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