Patient Engagement Best Practices Toolkit
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Stop 11: Technology
Technology and Patient Engagement
The Impact of Technology on Healthcare
This article discusses the latest technological innovations and the benefits and disadvantages they bring to both patients and practitioners.
Health Information Technology Patient Engagement Playbook
This is a tool for medical staff which demystifies patient portals and describes, step-by-step, how you can make them work for you and your patients.
Patient Passport Encourages Better Engagement with Providers
The Patient Passport is a hardcopy “low tech” tool for patients to use with their providers.
Twelve Worst Medical Technology Dangers
This article discusses the current top 12 risks related to healthcare technology.
How to Engage Older Adults with Patient Portals
This article covers strategies for assisting adults ages 50 - 70 to use patient portals.
Technology Helps Providers Go the Distance to Bring Care to Rural Patients
This article discusses telemedicine and gives five strategies for launching a successful telemedicine program.
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In today’s tech-savvy world, healthcare staff have many ways to engage their patients using technology. E-mail and text appointment reminders, electronic health records (EHRs), web sites, patient portals, online prescription refills, telemedicine visits, social media, smartphone apps, and videos are among these resources.
Take a moment and consider the following technology related questions:
Review the resources to find the answers to the questions. Then, go to your Notebook and complete the activity.
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