96% Of All Patients And Family Caregivers Would Choose One Home Healthcare Provider Over Another Based On The Ability To Respond More Effectively In Real-Time.
A new Porter Research study of 300 patients and family caregivers who experienced home healthcare in the last 12 months reveals that home healthcare providers are falling short when it comes to what really matters to the consumer.
New research reveals the importance of understanding what referring providers expect when it comes to interoperability.
For the first time in a decade, the top concerns of home health and hospice organizations are all financial-related.
Financial systems may be putting non-acute care providers at risk for HIPAA violations.
Healthcare is going through an evolution with members increasingly receiving care within the home. Whether it be a member transitioning from the inpatient setting or as an alternative site of care, members are requiring greater support at home from care managers, paid caregivers and family caregivers.
As healthcare leaders reimagine patient access and care delivery in a post-pandemic world, there is an emerging story around the need to optimize clinic exam room utilization. Better utilization can improve operating efficiency, patient satisfaction, and revenue capture. The 2020 Porter Research study of 100 health system executive leaders identified the many challenges faced today with exam room scheduling, future expectations for optimizing exam rooms, and the impact that proper exam room scheduling can have on a health system’s P&L.
Porter Research Study 2020: A Comprehensive Look at Drug Diversion from the View of Healthcare Executives In 2017, reports surfaced that incidents of missing or stolen prescription medications at Veterans Administration hospitals increased more than 800% in seven years, from 272 in 2009 to 2,457 in 2016.1 The news alarmed everyone in the healthcare industry, […]
A new study reveals that hospice organizations are slow to adopt secure, modern collaboration capabilities that provide key connectivity points between patients, family members and clinical care team members – all of which are critical to engage in today’s value-based care economy.
Porter Research study commissioned by Invistics shows almost 9 in 10 healthcare professionals say they have met or know someone who has diverted drugs. Invistics, the leading provider of cloud-based software solutions that improve inventory visibility and analytics across complex healthcare systems and global supply chains, has released a new study on the state of drug diversion in America. Conducted by Porter Research, the results reveal that nearly all healthcare professionals agree that drug diversion is occurring across the country, yet almost half of the professionals who participated in the research still don’t have drug diversion detection programs.
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