Healthcare IT News September 23, 2022
Bill Siwicki

“This is really the future of care. Digital front doors can provide one single entry point and experience for the patient,” one expert contends.

Population health management has become an important competency for hospitals and health systems. But the road to implementing effective pop health strategies is laden with challenges: monitoring chronic illness rates and preventing community transmission, triaging emergencies over routine health care circumstances, and executing preventive services all require providers to alter their traditional fee-for-service workflow.

Advanced healthcare platforms, such as digital front doors, are emerging as an answer to some of these challenges. Digital front doors can help process large amounts of demographic data related to community health and population wellness.

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Topics: Digital Health, Health IT, Healthcare System, Interview / Q&A, Patient / Consumer, Population Health Mgmt, Provider, Technology, Trends
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