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Jessica Fucci

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Patient Experience | Patient Access | Patient Engagement | Patient-Provider Matching | Provider Data Management | Online Scheduling | Digital Access

By: Jessica Fucci
November 17th, 2022

Boston Children’s Hospital is dedicated to improving and advancing the health and well-being of children around the world through its life-changing work in clinical care, biomedical research, medical education, and community engagement. Ranked as the  number one pediatric hospital in the nation by U.S. News and World Report, the organization treats more children with rare diseases and complex conditions than any other hospital. We recently had the privilege of sitting down with digital leader Haley Sterczala Palazini, Director, Web & Digital Strategy at Boston Children’s, to learn how the organization revamped their enterprise website with accessibility and digital self-service in mind.

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Analytics | Patient Access | Online Scheduling

By: Jessica Fucci
October 12th, 2022

As expectations for digital self-service continue to grow, healthcare organizations should regularly assess their digital front door experiences to ensure they are meeting consumers' needs—and their own—so they can remain competitive and attract new patients.

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Digital | Patient Experience | Patient Access | Patient Engagement | Online Scheduling | Marketing

By: Jessica Fucci
November 17th, 2020

As we discussed in the first two blogs of this series, before the onset of COVID-19, virtual care was used rather infrequently, in fact few health systems even provided the option for receiving care. However, when the pandemic struck, we saw many organizations pivot quickly and rapidly implement virtual care programs to expand access to safe and timely care. And for the most part, patients eagerly adopted it and have been overwhelmingly satisfied with their virtual care experiences. In fact, our recent report, Patient Perspectives on Virtual Care, found that almost three-quarters of respondents wanted the option of virtual visits as part of their standard care moving forward and half would switch providers for the offering. Even now, as some health systems have resumed in-person visits, the desire for virtual visits remains high–many of our customers are still seeing the same number of virtual visits as they did this summer.