From pharmacy transitioning to medical encounters and virtual doctor visits, the patient’s journey has never been more important.
Create Impactful Patient Journeys
As we begin to focus on health, more than ever, the patient's experience journey is incredibly important. Understanding a patient's motivations and behavioral drivers can lead to dramatic increases in patient health. As a result, health organizations are implementing innovative digital health strategies. Whether the focus is complete innovation, telemedicine, virtual doctor appointments, AI, medical encounters or other technologies, leading organizations can create impactful engagements with patients using advanced technologies and proven patient interaction journeys.
Although many industries have suffered during the COVID-19 pandemic, telemedicine is one sector that isn’t slowing down. The demand for virtual medical appointments has been growing as patients are encouraged to stay at home.
This area of technology is no different than any typical application that is people-facing. There is a patient journey and user experience that will ultimately have a profound impact on a patient's health and has become critically important.
Wearable devices are now used for a wide range of healthcare observation. One of the most important elements essential in data collection is the sensor. During recent years with improvement in semiconductor technology, sensors have made investigation of a full range of parameters closer to realization.
This is another opportunity in the patient journey that will contribute vast amounts of knowledge toward the overall health. Payers will be able to leverage this data to better the overall health of their customers and begin an active role in their patient's day to day health.
Positive Payer Impact
on Patient Health
In today's world, Payers are introducing applications and technology that make a huge impact on their patient's health. With the introduction of technologies that engage patients throughout their active lives, monitor activity, document doctor visits and regularly reward their behavior, patients have started actively interacting with Payers and overall health has improved.
Understanding how to positively impact a patient's behavior is all part of the patient journey and can be heavily influenced by intentional processes that give patients actionable and easily accessible technology.