Research shows that healthcare’s digital transformation has led to more and more patients asking for a personal touch when it comes to their treatment plans. The same research also found that people are more inclined toward improving their health if better communication channels are established at their respective healthcare provider.
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a chronic illness that’s characterized by inflammation in the lungs; it can even cause an obstruction in the lungs.
The healthcare model is shifting toward providing value-based care, and in doing so, must adhere to processes that create patient engagement. This is more important than ever during the pandemic, as healthcare providers struggle with changing infrastructure and patient demands.
COVID-19 has changed the way we access and experience healthcare.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has released practical guidelines for keeping communities, healthcare professionals, and patients safe. These include steps for worker safety and the appropriate personal protective equipment.
The pandemic has severely impacted healthcare infrastructure across the country and is impacting the relationship citizens have with their healthcare providers.