turn the big patient satisfaction ship

Turning the Battleship and Building a Better Healthcare Experience

I don’t know how much time or distance is needed for a battleship to turn around. We’re talking about one of those really big navy ships or even a 1,000-foot, 250,000 metric ton cargo vessel. What everyone knows is that a “really big boat” doesn’t turn or stop or do anything quickly. The concept of […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }
Doctor Office of the Future

How to Build the Doctor’s Office of the Future Today

There’s a dichotomy between the traditional paper-centric doctor’s office and the digital-centric life of patients.

Read full story Comments { 0 }
patient journey online

The Patient Journey Doesn’t Begin or End With a Warm Smile

Today, as has been the case for several years, the typical patient journey begins online. Fortunately, however, the unflattering term “Doctor Google”—patients doing their own “diagnostic research” online—is a less popular label these days. It could be that Internet users are growing smarter. A Google search is not the same as a medical degree. Sophisticated […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }
patient registration kiosk

Benefit or Barrier: Registration Kiosk and the Proper Patient Experience

So, which is better—face-to-face or face-to-screen? When technology makes an appearance in a medical office, it usually includes a tradeoff or two. And that’s the patient experience dilemma with self-service patient registration. Who likes it? It just depends. A positive patient experience begins early in the process—a phone inquiry, online appointment or office visit can […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }

You Had Me at Hello: Winning with the First Word in Patient Experience

?” This little adventure began when a prospective new patient called a doctor’s office for a first appointment. And “rather than saying something pleasant, like Hello, the first word out of the receptionist’s mouth was ‘Insurance?’” The rudeness of her tone continued: “’IN! SUR! ANCE!’ She bit off each part of the word…she wanted to […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }
Find us on Google+