Relatient’s Five Most-Read Resources in 2018
2018 Is Coming to a Close and We Are Ready to Usher in All That 2019 Has to Offer.
Before we hit the ground running, we took some time to review the resources we created for you in 2018 to see which were accessed, consumed, and shared the most. Here are four things we learned from this data that will help us as we determine how to be helpful and relevant in 2019:
- Practice managers are an indispensable force within medical groups of all sizes. They understand the industry, are often EHR and HealthIT super-users, interface with patients, and carry out functions that often include human resources, billing, customer service, and IT.
- While the majority of physician practices are using appointment reminders of some kind, there are nuances to how no-show rates are tracked and calculated. There is still opportunity to share and leverage best practices across specialties and structures.
- Patient self-scheduling created a lot of interest and wide-spread curiosity in 2018, but it is just beginning. Health systems and physician practice groups want to learn from each other and understand how to expand patient access and optimize the flow and efficiency of the patient journey.
- As an industry, we are understanding more about the role younger generations have on the changing dynamics of healthcare and are looking for ways to adapt to their behaviors, desires, and habits.
The Top Five Most-Read Resources in 2018:
- Practice Managers Are Leading the Way to Patient-Centered Engagement
- Patient No-Shows: Everything Practice Managers Need to Know
- Patient Self-Scheduling is Redefining Patient Access: Here’s What You Need to Know
- [Case Study] From Patient Reminder to Medical Billing: Rescued from the Patient-Reminder Postcard
- How Millennials and Gen Z are Driving the Digital Healthcare Revolution
And with that, we bid 2018 farewell and wish everyone the very best in the year ahead.