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New Diversity Role

Just when I think things at my job are going to crap and that I need to do something else, the spirits come together and things change. 1,069 more words

Growth

Breaking Down Language Barriers to Improve How Healthcare Providers Deliver Care

Waverly Labs, a New York City company, hopes to create a world without language barriers through Pilot, the first smart earpiece language translator. Language barriers in healthcare lead to poor patient satisfaction and reduced health outcomes. 93 more words

Technology

7 quotes from Geisinger's Greg Burke on engaging patients and improving clinical hospitality

http://www.beckershospitalreview.com/patient-engagement/7-quotes-from-geisinger-s-greg-burke-on-engaging-patients-and-improving-clinical-hospitality.html

At Danville, Pa.-based Geisinger Health System, Greg Burke, MD, an internal medicine physician and chief patient experience officer, aims to ensure the system’s patients are treated with the same type of respect and attention comparable to that delivered to guests at upscale hotels. 78 more words

Physician Transparency

Physician Stars Leverage your existing surveys, including CG-CAHPS and eagles profileHCAHPS, into patient reviews and testimonials published directly onto your physician directory pages.

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Health

Integrating social media and anterior cruciate ligament surgery: an analysis of patient, surgeon and hospital use

Source:  Arthroscopy 2016, 19 October 

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Date of publication:  October 2016

Publication type:  Journal article

In a nutshell:  investigates and analyses the presence and shared content of anterior cruciate ligament patients, sports surgeons, and top orthopaedic hospitals on popular social media streams (Twitter and Instagram).  71 more words

Orthopaedics

Practice Marketing

In 2014, the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) published a study showing 59% of American adults said online ratings were important to their decisions about provider choice. 100 more words

Health