Aug 14 Posted 2 years ago
Thanks for commenting!
It seems most would rather continue with tried-and-true methods -- especially older providers -- rather than incur the expense of electronically communicating with patients or one another. Between HIPAA concerns and widely publicized issues with the interoperability of electronic health records software systems, it's somewhat less of a surprise that a majority of communications at many offices still takes place via fax.
Are your clients younger, or just more tech-savvy? I assume they're at a small practice, and not hospitalists?
Aug 8 Posted 2 years ago
Nice article! I have a few clients in the health and medical arenas and this is always a scary area for them. So far it's been a combination of technology and manual checks and balances.
Webinars On Demand
April 05, 2017In the ever-changing world of digital marketing, operational efficiency, quick turn-around times, testing and adapting to change are crucial to...
January 25, 2017While we’ve had access to the Internet since the early 1990s, we’ve only started to experience the full effects of its disruption on public rela...
Video is expected to account for three-quarters of all mobile traffic by 2020. But, creating powerful, effective video requires a significa...
Marketers are constantly seeking to engage with their buyers and drive actions that help buyers move rapidly through their customer lifecycl...