- As digital health initiatives become more prevalent in the healthcare industry, it is important to know and understand the ROI of these programs. When adopting a new technology, providers and practices want to ensure that it is worth the investment.
- In this recent #KareoChat, participants explained what ROI of digital health means to them.
- Our first question was aimed to gauge participants' thoughts on digital health programs and what it meant to them.
- — Chiron Health (@chironhealth)Thu, Jan 19 2017 17:07:26A1: A digital health program is anything that intersects the digital & healthcare space: fitness trackers, telemedicine visits... #KareoChat
- When referring to digital health programs, are the results seen as more qualitative or quantitative?
- — Chiron Health (@chironhealth)Thu, Jan 19 2017 17:17:59A2: Both! Although increasing practice revenue through a digital health program is great, patients should be the main focus. #KareoChat
- — Carly Holstein, PhD (@carlyholstein)Thu, Jan 19 2017 17:22:35A2: A bit of both. For telehealth, we see improved outcomes & patient experience. Best ROI for value-based models #KareoChat
- — Josephine Borrillo (@70mq)Thu, Jan 19 2017 17:24:36A2: both. ROI we think financial, but don’t forget we need to create value. Value = when people know we exist! #KareoChat https://twitter.com/GoKareo/status/822130507618091008 …
- How essential are integrations between telemedicine and other practice technology?
- — Chiron Health (@chironhealth)Thu, Jan 19 2017 17:27:32A3: More integrations with tools practitioners use every day (EHR, practice management software, billing, insurance eligibility…) #KareoChat
- — ShereeseM, MS/MBA (@ShereesePubHlth)Thu, Jan 19 2017 17:34:02
- — S. Turner Dean (@Turbodean)Thu, Jan 19 2017 17:34:17
- Poll time! Rank the most important result produced by digital health: Improved patient outcomes, Patient satisfaction, Practice efficiency, or Practice profitability.
#Kareochat Recap: Understanding the ROI of Digital Health Programs