Do Your Patients Play a Role in Your Healthcare Reform Strategies?

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MEDSEEK and Microsoft Webinar: Why Healthcare Reform Strategies Will Fail Without a Plan to Engage Patients

Patient engagement is the key to healthcare reform and without a plan to engage patients hospital and health system reform strategies will fail.

Meaningful Use, Accountable Care and population health management will falter unless patients are at the center of care delivery models, engaged, activated and equipped to self-manage. Patient engagement is the key to healthcare reform and without a plan to engage patients hospital and health system reform strategies will fail.

MEDSEEK, the provider of the healthcare industry’s only enterprise strategic patient engagement and management solutions, will be joined by Microsoft to host a free webinar to examine the role of the patient in the healthcare reform strategies of hospitals and health systems, and examine the white paper co-authored by MEDSEEK and Microsoft, The 360-Degree Patient Experience. The webinar is scheduled for Wednesday April 18 at 2pm ET/11am PT. In addition to participating in the webinar discussion, attendees will receive complimentary digital copies of the 360 Patient Experience white paper and the slides on the topics presented.

Travis Moore, Vice-President Patient Experience, MEDSEEK, and Garett Trumpower, Vice President Strategy and Consulting, MEDSEEK, will be joined by Microsoft Healthcare Industry Specialist, Robert Aaron. Together, they will highlight key points from the 360-Degree Patient Experience white paper, which delivers a use-case for the patient with the Sara Baker story and explains what you must do next to develop and implement successful strategies to engage and activate patients.

The webinar will also address the current landscape of healthcare reform and how the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) and Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) are impacting providers through technology. The webinar presenters will also talk about the “siloed” technology that consumers and patients use to interact with healthcare providers and how it gets in the way of patient engagement and population health management, especially for the ePatient, who wants to be engaged across the continuum of care, in the home, throughout the care encounter, and post-discharge.

Attend this free webinar to learn how MEDSEEK and Microsoft are working together to find solutions that address many of the healthcare reform challenges facing hospitals and health systems. MEDSEEK is committed to advancing eHealth education and this webinar series is provided at no cost. Attendees must register to participate.

Since 1996, MEDSEEK has focused exclusively on creating a 360-degree optimal eHealth experience for patients, clinicians and administrative staff by removing traditional integration and communication barriers, workflow roadblocks and redundant processes. Used by more than 1000 hospitals and health systems, MEDSEEK’s strategic patient and engagement and management solutions and predictive analytics technology enable hospitals to execute enterprise-wide objectives by improving quality of care, uncovering new sources of revenue, informing capital expenditure decisions and generating meaningful loyalty among physicians and patients with a low-risk, high-return investment that leverages existing IT investments and infrastructure. For more information, visit or call 1.888.MEDSEEK.

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