Renee Petrie responds to Kevin Pho’s “The story of a man who didn’t feel well” with her own parallels, and how patient engagement is the key to finding out what is affecting your patient.
Patient-Generated Data (think: wearables and invisibles - a new innovation from Novartis showcased at ERS 2015) are important to the 360 degree view of a patient's health. Some believe these [...]
Patient-Powered Networks, such as patient registries, are important for accelerating research and improving health outcomes. These 8 examples of PPNs know how to put the patient first and provide [...]
Patient-Powered Networks (e.g. disease registries, disease management programs) are only successful if patients sign up to participate. Here are four reasons why patient recruitment strategies [...]
Leveraging "sticky" technology allows patient-powered networks and disease management programs to create strong relationships with, and continually engage, patients.
The concept of "collaborative learning" can be used to educate and engage patients through making them active contributors to ongoing discussions about health. Here are three examples of [...]
Physicians believe mHealth will improve patient engagement, care outcomes, & cut costs of healthcare. So, why hasn't mHealth been prescribed more to patients?
Crowdshaped COPD was a two day event that brought together thought leaders & innovators, who put their minds together to come up with ways to improve the lives of patients with COPD.
Payers and pharma organizations are quickly realizing they need to provide extra benefits to patients for their participation in health research. Here are 3 examples of how to accomplish this.
The concept of “patient experience”, and the national movement behind it, has been on the forefront of everyone’s mind within health research and care. What does it mean exactly?