<img height="1" width="1" style="display:none" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=1225318787516564&amp;ev=PageView&amp;noscript=1">

Kyruus Blog

Kyruus

Recent Posts by Kyruus:

“Expanding Boundaries. Removing Barriers.” - Six Takeaways from ATLAS 2019

 

Earlier this week we were fortunate to host some of the country’s pre-eminent thought leaders at what was our sixth Annual Thought Leadership on Access Symposium (ATLAS). This year’s theme was “Expanding Boundaries. Removing Barriers.” “Expanding Boundaries” let us explore inspiring ways health system leaders are innovating around patient access and responding to industry dynamics, which increasingly point to a shift in care delivery outside of the walls of health systems. 

Topics: ATLAS Conference Digital Healthcare Conferences Clients Patient Experience Patient Access Provider Data Management Change Management Online Scheduling

Keynote Spotlight: Former CEO of Cleveland Clinic Shares How to Expand the Boundaries of Healthcare

The Annual Thought Leadership on Access Symposium (ATLAS) is just around the corner! The sixth annual ATLAS will be held in Boston from September 23 - 24. To kick off our event, we are thrilled to host Dr. Toby Cosgrove, former President & CEO to Cleveland Clinic and current advisor to Google, Health Cloud and Life Sciences. 

Topics: ATLAS Conference Digital Patient Experience Patient Access

Building A Modern Consumer Scheduling Experience

More than 2/3 of consumers would choose a provider based on the ability to book appointments online.1 To meet this growing demand, health systems are searching for ways to offer patients the same level of convenience and choice they’ve grown accustomed to when booking appointments online in other industries.

Topics: Digital Patient Experience Patient Access Change Management Online Scheduling

5 Reasons to Attend ATLAS 2019!

The countdown to the Annual Thought Leadership on Access Symposium (ATLAS) is on! Now into its sixth year, ATLAS will be held in Boston from September 23 - 24. The theme of this year’s conference is ‘Expanding Boundaries. Removing Barriers.’ and health system leaders will come together to share best practices and explore ways to innovate and expand patient access enterprise-wide. 

We kept attendees top-of-mind while designing this year’s program. The schedule is meant to spark discussions around new ways to engage patients and modernize the patient experience.

Topics: ATLAS Conference

A Look Back at 2018: Our Most Popular Patient Access Content

2018 marked a year of disruption across the healthcare landscape. From the entrance of new players, like Amazon, JPMorgan and Berkshire Hathaway, to the mergers of prominent health systems, like Mercy Health and Bon Secours, organizations across the space were driven by a desire to meet consumer expectations for a more connected, patient-centric experience.

Topics: Referral Management Analytics Patient Experience Patient Access Patient-Provider Matching Patient Leakage

2017: A Year in Review of Our Most Popular Content

Taking a look back at our most popular content pieces from 2017, one thing is clear—health system leaders are focusing on enhancing patient access and providing a consistent enterprise-wide patient experience. Health systems are evaluating their current patient access models to determine if they’re meeting patients’ preferences to schedule appointments in an efficient manner and they’re staying ahead of the latest healthcare consumer trends–online and offline–to establish priorities for the coming years.

Topics: Digital Patient Experience Patient Access Access Center Patient Engagement Patient-Provider Matching

The Top Five Most-Read Kyruus Blog Posts of 2017

Throughout the year we have posted blogs from subject matter experts sharing their expertise in patient experience and access. A common theme of our 2017 top viewed blog posts is understanding the patient journey of care. As the posts suggest, health systems must adapt to the evolving way in which patients are now obtaining information about their care and the providers they are choosing to receive that care from. Patients are behaving increasingly like consumers of healthcare and as such, health systems must adjust their strategies to align with this shift.

Topics: Digital Patient Experience Patient Access Access Center Patient Engagement Patient-Provider Matching

Infographic: The Patient Access Journey is Changing & Health Systems Need to Respond

Healthcare consumers are becoming savvy shoppers. Our research conducted in the summer of 2017 shows that while many consumers still prefer traditional methods for finding providers (such as referrals from healthcare providers), most are performing some level of due diligence before booking appointments—and they're going online to do their research. Learn more about how consumers access healthcare providers in the 2017 Patient Access Journey Report.

Topics: Digital Patient Experience Patient Access Provider Networks Patient Engagement Patient-Provider Matching

Intrinsic and Extrinsic Physician Motivators to Consider When Driving Change

This is a guest blog post from Dr. Nancy Gagliano, Chief Medical Officer at Culbert Healthcare Solutions.

In an era of increasing physician burnout, it is critical to understand core motivators that affect physician satisfaction.12 We all have intrinsic and extrinsic motivators that contribute to job satisfaction. Intrinsic motivators for physicians are the “Why I went to medical school,” while extrinsic motivators include factors such as autonomy, resources, leadership, community, and appreciation. While many may think a “full waiting room” is a sufficient motivator for physicians, understanding what truly motivates physicians is essential to developing a roadmap to improve their satisfaction.

Topics: Patient Experience Provider Networks Provider Data Management Change Management

ATLAS 2017 Key Takeaways on Transforming Patient Access

The fourth Annual Thought Leadership on Access Symposium (ATLAS) was filled with presentations and panels focused on taking a multi-channel access approach, aligning organizational strategies with consumer behaviors, and ways to engage physician leaders effectively to navigate change management. With powerful keynotes, great main stage presentations, and half a day of focus breakout tracks, there were so many great insights that it was hard to narrow them down, but here are some of the top takeaways:

Topics: ATLAS Conference