What matters most to patients when it comes to their interactions with physicians and what do they value in their overall healthcare experience?
Patients are coming to their physician’s office with high expectations. How are physicians measuring up as the healthcare environment changes?
have a good relationship with their physician
feel rushed during office visit
believe use of technology leads to better care
are honest with their physician
find patient relationships the most satisfying part of their job
feel rushed during an office visit
feel EHRs interfere with face-to-face communication with patients
believe their patients respect them
Dr. John Halamka reflects on Nuance’s recent patient survey, and advocates for teams linked together with new technology that contribute to the patient experience.
Faced with little time, physicians are focusing on quality interactions with their patients that lengthen the perception of the office visit.
Physician thought-leaders share their experiences and insights on how health IT can positively transform patient care.
How physicians can use health IT to spark dialogue and help patients become partners in their own health.
A reflection on the importance of privacy, honesty, and trust between patients and their physicians.
The relationship between physicians and patients is at the core of healing. Let's reimagine healthcare—where physicians can get back to the patient.