Articles about Patient Trends

EHR Records Find Almost 20 Percent of Patients with Hypertension

That is the finding of a Kaiser Permanente study of more than one million patients’ electronic health records published in the Journal of Clinical Hypertension.

Docs Not Even Close to Meeting Digital Needs of Patients

The majority of patients would like to have digital services such as online appointment scheduling, bill paying, and access to lab results, yet only about one primary care physician in three offers such customer service.

Healthcare hiring boom will bypass hospitals

The healthcare sector of the U.S. economy will be hiring at a faster pace in 2015 , but the binge will be uneven.

You can show patients test results, but will they understand them?

With the increasing adoption of electronic health records, more patients are able to view their lab results electronically outside of clinical consultations, but a study suggests that access doesn’t mean patients understand what they’re seeing.

WellPoint to change name to Anthem

WellPoint, one of the largest investor-owned health insurers in the country, is looking to rebrand itself as Anthem, pending shareholder approval.

Why Physicians Are Turning To Startups

To appreciate the potential impact of the startup movement on health and medicine, you really need look no further than Drs. Rushika Fernandopulle and Farzad Mostashari.

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