There is an important distinction between having social media and using social media. Although 70% of health providers have accounts on social media platforms, many are not using the space as effectively as they should. Over 50% of patients want to see a strong social media presence from their health providers, and that presence can influence where patients choose to get care.
It may be best known as the foundation for the cryptocurrency Bitcoin, but blockchain technology is also causing a buzz for its potential applications in healthcare. How does it apply, anyway?
Today, we're excited to announce that we've partnered with U.S. Venture Partners (USVP) and raised our Series A round of $6.33 million, to connect more patients to the right care and the best healthcare outcomes quickly.
Growth. Productivity. Revenue.
These factors along with the overall success of a physician’s clinic can grow exponentially by meeting one aim: To increase doctor referrals.
The doctor-patient relationship has long since been one of “benevolent paternalism,” where lack of access to information has forced patients to put blind trust in the authority of doctors. Now, in the days of the internet, patients are taking healthcare into their own hands.
Artificial intelligence (AI) technology holds a lot of promise for the healthcare industry. If implemented well, tasks that are tedious, repetitive, or prone to human error could be automated, freeing human workers to set aside the paperwork and focus on caring for patients.