Adapting Your Business and Patient Experience to a Changing Healthcare Consumer
1 hour Audio and Power Point Presentation
Recorded April 19, 2016
Patients today are engaging much more in their healthcare experience and care. Health care is moving from the Paternalistic Model of care to a Facilitative Model of care where the patient expects to be educated, informed, and most importantly, involved. All businesses know that it is much easier to "hold onto" customers/patients rather than trying to attract new ones. This presentation focuses not only on meeting the expectations of future patients but advancing this opportunity as a benefit for your practice. This presentation also touches on general marketing approaches, social media, and technology.
•Recognize the shift from "consumer" to "customer" (patient) and differentiate the two concepts.
•Realize the shift in patient engagement
•Describe how the current changes in healthcare are changing patient expectations
•Explain how branding may impact healthcare perceptions and utilization in the future
•Recognize the value of internal data for analytics purposes
Faculty Bio: Cameron M. Cox, III., MHA, FACMPE
Cameron Cox, III is the President of Management Services On-Call, Inc. (MSOC), which is located in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. He holds a BS in Public Health and a Masters in Healthcare Administration, both from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. In addition, he is an active member of the Medical Group Management Association (MGMA), and a number of other specialty specific management organizations. In January of 2001, he gained Fellow status to the American College of Medical Practice Executives.
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