The healthcare industry is changing and organizations are reconsidering their campus models to insert their facilities at the center of communities rather than outliers. Emerging healthcare campuses are opening their doors to neighbors and supporting healthy initiatives—all to keep people wellfalse
The healthcare industry is undergoing a major transformation. Because of this transformation, hospitals are starting to strategize a comprehensive approach to care and mirroring retail strategies.
It is vital to a retail organization’s success to understand their audience. Retail organizations use sophisticated business tools to analyze their audience and execute their strategies. These same tools are available to healthcare organizations. Now that patients are beginning to look more andfalse
With patients acting more and more like consumers, it only makes sense that the healthcare industry starts behaving like retailers.
Retail healthcare buzzwords are being used left and right by industry leaders. Many of the current buzzwords in healthcare are interrelated and can be confusing. Here are the buzzwords you need to know to stay ahead of the changing times.
Not only are hospitals starting to act more consumer-centric, they are beginning to look that way too.
It makes sense for healthcare systems to start behaving like retailers when patients are increasingly behaving like consumers. Recent research conducted by The Health Management Academy (HMA) found that “consumers recognize differences in provider cost and quality and are seeing an averagefalse
It's time for your healthcare organization to think through your system's consumer strategy with a retail approach. Here are six reasons benefits to adopting a consumer centric retail strategy.:
The Institute of Medicine’s Preventing Medication Errors report reveals that the average hospitalized patient is subjected to at least one medication error per day. More than 40 percent of medication errors are believed to result from inadequate reconciliation during transitions of care such asfalse