Reaching Minorities with Effective Patient Education
Our healthcare system does a good job in delivering acute care to everyone, but when it comes to long-term disease management, there are some troubling disparities in the way different populations are served. Providing reliable, accurate, user-friendly education can help reach patients and give them the tools they need to take an active role in their health.
COVID-19 Vaccination: A Mass Experiment in Public Health Education
In the era of fake news and disinformation, widespread vaccine hesitancy threatens to prolong the pandemic in America. There is wide-ranging effort among public health authorities, government agencies, hospital networks, and private companies to educate the public about the benefits of the vaccine.
Today, a patient in a hospital is likely to come into contact with multiple screens throughout their stay, from digital intake forms to bedside tablets loaded with apps to TVs in waiting rooms and patient rooms. In this white paper, we examine several ways that hospitals use TVs throughout their facilities to provide critical patient education, improve the patient experience, and support marketing initiatives.
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