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The delivery of patient education resources via mobile apps can bolster digital engagement to help healthcare organizations improve clinical and financial outcomes, advance relationships with patients and drive new customer acquisition. Explore insights into the value of digital engagement to support patient education and review five key concepts to consider when evaluating mobile apps for teaching.
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Equiva’s digital signage solution enables new approaches for healthcare organizations to engage patients, visitors, employees
NEWS RELEASE – Equiva enables HCOs to deliver digital signage featuring educational, informational and promotional content to support strategic customer and patient engagement initiatives – quickly, flexibly, affordably and securely. With Equiva, you deploy and manage digital signage infrastructure in a more cohesive and cost-effective way.
SAMSUNG INSIGHTS – Dr. Shemesh and his team created a program that provided tablet devices to patients and families who needed to keep in close contact with their medical teams at Mount Sinai. “Because we were sending devices to homes, we really needed them to work right out of the box,” he said. “After thousands of patient interactions, we’ve had only six help deck calls. It’s astounding.” Mount Sinai, Equiva and Samsung are at the forefront of this innovation, working on use cases that are completely new.
HCOs use Mobile Connect to affordably deliver patient cohort-specific education and resources via mobile app
NEWS RELEASE – Mobile Connect enables healthcare organizations to securely deliver mobile apps to patients and their loved ones, with flexibility to easily configure the app to meet population needs. “We’re pleased to provide digital offerings across care environments, especially to meet personalized needs of individuals at home and on the go,” said Equiva CEO Nir Altman.
As patient education has evolved, it’s dovetailed with initiatives to improve patient experience and engagement. What’s next? In this Equiva-hosted webinar, we’ll review key concepts for organizations to consider in moving beyond “engagement” toward a more robust model that mobilizes individuals toward intelligent actions. — CLICK “READ MORE” TO VIEW RECORDED WEBINAR —
Equiva upgrades HRM platform to support collaborative, hyper-targeted digital health for omnichannel consumer and patient engagement
NEWS RELEASE – Advancing its core technology offering, Equiva today announced a major upgrade to its HRM platform with a key focus on improving user experience and extensibility. “We thank our customers who’ve been instrumental in helping us refine our technology,” said Equiva CEO Nir Altman.
SAMSUNG INSIGHTS – Patients can now pick up a bedside tablet for access to medical records and answers to questions. Two years into the bedside tablet program, Mount Sinai has improved HCAHPS scores and decreased readmissions. “If we create a full ecosystem where the staff and the patients feel engaged with one another using technology as the platform, we can get to the next level.”
Equiva’s new healthcare kiosk solution empowers real-time patient and customer satisfaction measurement at point of care
NEWS RELEASE – Adding to its suite of engagement solutions, Equiva unveiled a kiosk offering. The solution measures satisfaction at point of care, during wait times or before leaving a department or facility. Chilmark Researchers say CXOs should align point-of-care survey solutions with short- and long-term strategies for improving overall patient experience.
NEWS RELEASE – Samsung SDS America will distribute Samsung tablets powered by Equiva’s secure cloud-based SaaS environment. Tablets are pre-loaded with patient education materials, communication tools, language services, food ordering capabilities, entertainment, and healthcare facility information.
PadInMotion unveils new corporate name, Equiva, reflecting focus on health relationship management and engagement across the digital care continuum
PR NEWSWIRE – Equiva’s new health relationship management (HRM) bends aspects of patient experience, care management and marketing in a single framework to strengthen relationships with existing patients, attract new customers, drive better clinical outcomes, and improve financial results.
MCKNIGHT’S LONG-TERM CARE NEWS – Stating that “technology is crucial to skilled nursing facilities’ future,” The Allure Group President and COO Melissa Powell highlights the use of 1,400 bedside tablets for residents across six facilities — to provide entertainment, health resources and communication tools to virtually connect with family and friends. NOTE: Kudos to Melissa as a McKnight’s 2021 Women of Distinction honoree!
“PadInMotion, provides a modern-day TV, streaming, gaming and education platform. The technology enables us to make significant improvements to the way we engage patients, and the way patients connect to the outside world — and to do so in a very cost-effective way,” said Paige Dworak, hospital CEO.