American Well VP of Marketing Ali Hyatt discusses the company's relationship with the Cleveland Clinic, how more than half of doctors see telehealth as improving their relationship with patients and why patients are asking for virtual visits.
(Sponsored) Kevin Montgomery, co-founder and CTO at Relatient, says many health organizations get bogged down trying to just select a tool when they should be thinking about finding a partner that can help them accomplish all of their initiatives.
Healthcare is a series of relationships, and doctors and patients both need to understand what outcomes the other is trying to pursue, according to Michael Seres, CEO of 11Health.
Laurie Strongin started the non-profit Hope for Henry to help children in the hospital understand what it happening to them, what their diagnosis means and what to expect.
Swapna Kakani says that patient experience is changing slowly, but there are little things hospitals can do to better cater to consumers.
Sean Bozorgzad explains how his company’s technology can help enable clinicians to deliver empathy to patients.
Hebb discusses the platform for talking about the fact that we all die, empowerment through vulnerability and confronting aspects of ourselves that we often do not outside of a clinical setting.
Cleveland Clinic Executive Chief Nursing Officer K. Kelly Hancock said that unlocking engagement to influence patients and clinicians can improve efficiency and boost the bottom line.
Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Director of Digital Health & Experience Christopher Neuharth shares insights about using technology to extend human relationships.
Karen Appelbaum, director at Providence St. Joseph Health, discusses technology serving as an extension of the way to know patients and care for them.