AAHKS Digital Health Committee Discusses Patient EngagementAAHKS Digital Health Committee Discusses Patient Engagement
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AAHKS Digital Health Committee Discusses Patient Engagement

December 4, 2018
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alan

The American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons (AAHKS) recently shared a white paper that showcases SeamlessMD, regarding patient engagement platforms and their ability to "implement the triple aim of healthcare: improve health outcomes of patient and population, improve patient experience, and lower cost" (Stiefel 2012).The full white paper highlights the difference between Patient Engagement and Patient Experience, explains How to Engage the patient in 2018/2019, Why Use Patient Engagement Platforms, and draws specific examples of How patient engagement technologies such as SeamlessMD can improve health outcomes, improve patients' experience, and lower costs.Click here to read the full white paper on the AAHKS website.About SeamlessMDSeamlessMD enables health systems to elevate the patient experience, improve health outcomes, and lower costs through innovative patient technology. Patients are kept on track with care plans using an App (accessible on their phone, tablet, and/or computer) which guides them from preparation through recovery with reminders, tasks, multimedia education, progress-tracking and surveys which allows you to collect real-time patient-reported outcome data such as ERAS compliance, intervene sooner for patients at-risk, and drive quality improvement across the organization. Research completed by academic medical centers has shown SeamlessMD to reduce hospital length of stay, readmissions, ER visits, and costs. For more information, please visit: www.seamless.md

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AAHKS Digital Health Committee Discusses Patient Engagement

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December 4, 2018

The American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons (AAHKS) recently shared a white paper that showcases SeamlessMD, regarding patient engagement platforms and their ability to "implement the triple aim of healthcare: improve health outcomes of patient and population, improve patient experience, and lower cost" (Stiefel 2012).The full white paper highlights the difference between Patient Engagement and Patient Experience, explains How to Engage the patient in 2018/2019, Why Use Patient Engagement Platforms, and draws specific examples of How patient engagement technologies such as SeamlessMD can improve health outcomes, improve patients' experience, and lower costs.Click here to read the full white paper on the AAHKS website.About SeamlessMDSeamlessMD enables health systems to elevate the patient experience, improve health outcomes, and lower costs through innovative patient technology. Patients are kept on track with care plans using an App (accessible on their phone, tablet, and/or computer) which guides them from preparation through recovery with reminders, tasks, multimedia education, progress-tracking and surveys which allows you to collect real-time patient-reported outcome data such as ERAS compliance, intervene sooner for patients at-risk, and drive quality improvement across the organization. Research completed by academic medical centers has shown SeamlessMD to reduce hospital length of stay, readmissions, ER visits, and costs. For more information, please visit: www.seamless.md

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