Patient portal adoption is surging, due in part to meaningful use requirements for physicians to engage patients electronically. There are several approaches physicians can take to accomplish this task. Personal health records (PHRs), patient portals, and use of online forms are ways practices can incorporate tools that will further engage patients and increase satisfaction.
So, how do you overcome the daunting task of implementing patient portals, PHRs, and online forms to engage patients? Perhaps an even more difficult question is how do you facilitate patient adoption and use once these measures are in place?
This webinar will cover these issues and more to help you create a patient experience and workflow that will maintain your practice’s viability well into the future.
What your patient wants to access electronically
Effective patient communication tools
Meeting meaningful-use requirements
Released: Oct. 15, 2013
Expires: Oct. 15, 2016
Physicians in all specialties and practice managers.
Upon completion of this program, participants should be able to:
Utilize personal health records (PHRs) and patient portals for HIPAA compliant patient engagement.
Recognize appropriate sources for patient education materials.
Evaluate tools to integrate patient in-take forms to improve practice efficiency and decrease errors.
Questions and answers