Download report for findings from a survey of health system leaders on top tools for boosting access and patient engagement
Technology that allows consumers to go online and schedule appointments with doctors is a top priority for health systems as they work to boost patient engagement and meet demand for consumer-friendly tools.
Yet many health systems are struggling to deploy these self-scheduling tools widely because of challenges securing organizational buy-in to expand the technology’s use.
These are two of the key findings from new research from the Center for Connected Medicine (CCM), available for download from the link above.
The CCM’s report, “Self-Scheduling Solutions: The technology priority for improving patient access at health systems,” finds that self-scheduling is the top digital patient engagement tool slated for investment this year, cited by 88% of respondents.