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Engaging people in their health, no matter where they are in their journeys, is at the heart of what we do. These are our latest thoughts on how we can best support consumers, caregivers, and the future of health.

Let’s Get Personal – How Healthcare Organizations Can Better Activate Patients in their Care

It’s been proven that an activated and engaged patient leads to better outcomes. So, why is it that healthcare systems have trouble activating patients in their care?

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How Women in Technology are Changing Health Care Today and Tomorrow

Carina Edwards, CEO of Quil, spoke at a panel discussion of women CEO leaders changing the face of the digital health care industry, and how they are uniquely innovating for the future of how we operate in the path forward.

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The New Normal: Digital Health in the Post-COVID World – Part 2: Physicians and Digital Health, the Road to Greater Adoption

Healthcare professionals and patients alike are relying on digital health tools in greater numbers than ever before. As the world is beginning to reopen, what happens next for digital health leaders and care providers now that more patients have experienced virtual care integrated into their experiences as a result of COVID-19? Much like working remotely…

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The New Normal: Digital Health in the Post-COVID World – Part 1: The Future of Digital Health for Consumers

In our increasingly online world, greater adoption in digital health has been a trend among consumers for several years.

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HIStalk Interviews Carina Edwards, CEO, Quil Health

Recently, Carina Edwards, CEO of Quil, sat down with the healthcare technology industry blog, HIStalk to share the latest on market trends and more.

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Homes as Healthcare Hubs

Home is becoming where healthcare is. This migration to home as a healthcare hub was already accelerated by an aging population wishing to age in place, technological innovations, the pursuit of reduced costs, and the shift to value-based care.

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4 Steps to Addressing the Failure Points in Care Coordination

Care Coordination is complex, and the failure points can seem infinite. The goal of the first step is to identify where you first want to start taking action.

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Keeping Ourselves and Others Safe During the Holidays

It’s that time of year – but in a year unlike any other. While the holidays generally pulse with joyous get-togethers, COVID-19 safety protocols and constraints work to keep us apart.

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Where CEOs should focus during the return of the house call

As virtual care continues to gain momentum, healthcare leaders have unique opportunities to impact outcomes.

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Steps to enable a new world of consumerism

Health care has been deconstructed in 2020. COVID-19 triggered such dramatic revenue declines that the industry has been forced to rethink care delivery, business, operations and payment models as organizations virtualized sites of service and workforces to every extent possible.

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Caregiving in the time of COVID-19

Migrating paper charts to electronic medical records took over 10 years and it would not have happened without regulatory powers pushing and offering financial incentives. Healthcare innovation is known for being hard and moving slow. However, the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic earlier this year in the U.S. led to the largest healthcare pivot to-date towards providing virtual care –and it all happened in a matter of months.

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What happens when your health system is in the cloud?

Migrating paper charts to electronic medical records took over 10 years and it would not have happened without regulatory powers pushing and offering financial incentives. Healthcare innovation is known for being hard and moving slow. However, the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic earlier this year in the U.S. led to the largest healthcare pivot to-date towards providing virtual care –and it all happened in a matter of months.

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Reengineering health experiences to fit in with our daily lives

Human health is far more than a series of doctors’ appointments. It’s interwoven with our daily lives, whether we are in optimal health or in and out of the hospital with a chronic medical condition.

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