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Walgreens Expands to Behavioral Health

Competitor or Potential Collaborator? Walgreens has become bigger than some traditional health clinics, with more than 27,000 pharmacists and 1100 nurse practitioners nationwide. Now, in partnership

  • May 31, 2016|
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Teladoc to Change Telehealth in Texas

Telehealth Options Likely to Augment, Rather than Replace, Traditional Care Delivery Despite the fact that it is based in a state that has, to date, resisted telehealth, Teladoc, based in Texas, is p

  • May 30, 2016|
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Patient Satisfaction and Co-Pay Refunds

Money-back guarantees in healthcare? Lands’ End, Craftsman, Hilton—all companies known for their generous money-back guarantees. Such guarantees are common among retailers and service brands, but

  • May 27, 2016|
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Meeting the Demands of Millenials and GenZ

Meeting a Myriad of Patient Demands “Millenification” is a term used by Dr. Vivian Lee, CEO of the University of Utah Health Care, in reference to what she sees as the need to bring “values of

  • May 26, 2016|
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Hello, TeleHealth Technology

Spreading the Word About Telehealth Efficacy Telehealth holds great promise to boost convenience and decrease costs of healthcare delivery. Non-traditional providers are already making some inroads,

  • May 24, 2016|
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VitalSnap: Integrating Wearable Data

Beyond Hospital and Clinic Walls—Should You Be Mining More Patient Data? Patients are increasingly turning to personal wearable devices to track their activities. The data collected could be put to

  • May 23, 2016|
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Personal, But Virtual, Connections

Vetting Virtual Tours for Best Practice Ideas Open houses can be labor intensive and, unfortunately, frequently under-attended. Now technology offers an opportunity for hospitals to make a personal c

  • May 18, 2016|
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Retail Strategies Gaining Relevance

Consumerism Coming to Healthcare: Are You Ready? Many healthcare leaders and their board members are still languishing in the world of “before technology changed the playing field.” That’s a da

  • March 08, 2016|
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