Essential Insights

How "big data" is driving better patient care

by Will Seaton

"Big data" will likely have a massive impact on virtually all areas of care. Here are specific ways it's improving patient care, and how we can move forward.

What do Gen Xers want from their patient experience?

by Chris Hayhurst

Gen X is in the driver's seat when it comes to healthcare spending. Here’s how healthcare organizations can tailor their services to them.

What do Millennials want from their patient experience?

by Chris Hayhurst

Millennials are poised to become the healthcare industry's biggest customers. Here’s how healthcare organizations can tailor their services to better meet their growing needs.

New research: 3 key insights from oncologists

by Will Seaton

Oncology care has never been more complex. Our recent research provides deeper insights into how important issues are viewed by providers nationally.

Collaborating for better outcomes

by Chris Hayhurst

A look at healthcare in 2017, when organizations that used to just “go it alone" are now compelled to collaborate with other providers—and even with other entities not traditionally part of healthcare.

3 ways AR and VR are changing medical education

by Laura Drucker

Augmented and virtual reality hold great potential for healthcare and they are becoming a standard part of medical training as costs decrease. Experts share three ways they’re taking medical education to the next level.

Why we must integrate healthcare to address our behavioral health crisis

by Laura Drucker

One in five American adults suffer from a mental health condition. Experts discuss how integrating behavioral healthcare into wider healthcare delivery can provide higher quality, more patient-centered care.

The new fight against cardiovascular disease

by Laura Drucker

A Q&A with experts on how advancements in treating cardiovascular disease, the No. 1 cause of death globally, are providing better and more efficient care.

How AR and VR are revolutionizing the patient experience

by Laura Drucker

Augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) aren’t just for gaming anymore. Their enveloping experiences are supporting clinical care in new ways.

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