5 Tips for a Successful Doctor Visit

Posted by The CareSync Team

Apr 18, 2017 5:36:42 PM

Visiting the doctor can be a little nerve-wracking for many people. Sometimes it seems like the entire doctor's appointment goes by in a blur, and once you leave you realize you forgot to ask your doctor about your specific medical concerns and questions. By planning how you will approach your doctor's visit ahead of time, you can avoid this problem and ensure a much more successful and stress-free doctor visit.

Read More

Topics: patient engagement, doctor's appointments, medication & treatments, family health, care coordination, patients, Digital Health, healthcare costs

What Are Your Healthcare Priorities?

Posted by Kaerrie Hall

Mar 24, 2017 11:26:00 AM

A survey from Deloitte found that consumer expectations about healthcare providers and interactions in healthcare settings are being formed by the types of positive experiences they have with other industries, such as banking and retail.

Personalized attention, tailored solutions, transparency regarding what to expect and how much it will cost, and convenient, expanded access to services are just a few of their expectations.

Read More

Topics: patient engagement, doctor's appointments, family health, care coordination, patients, Digital Health, healthcare costs, healthcare research, healthcare access

Help with Understanding Medications

Posted by CareSync Nursing Team

May 23, 2016 3:27:42 PM

She didn't read the medication label. Luckily, her care coordinator did.

Read More

Topics: patient engagement, share your health stories, patient advocacy, medication & treatments, family health, care coordination, patients, Heart of CareSync

How a Rare Disease Inspired the Creation of a Patient-Centric Healthcare Solution

Posted by Mark Nalywajko

Apr 14, 2016 11:00:00 AM

One-on-One with Amy Gleason: Part 1

You’ve often heard the phrase: "Necessity is the mother of all invention." That couldn’t be more true for one of CareSync’s Co-Founder, Chief Operating Officer, and Registered Nurse, Amy Gleason. Here, Amy will share the personal story of her daughter’s rare condition that led to the invention of CareSync, a clinical care coordination company that is focused on patient-centric solutions for people with chronic illnesses. Later in the series, she will discuss the following components of chronic care management including: requirements, insights 15 months in, struggles, overcoming obstacles, trends, the true value of CCM, and where she believes the future of healthcare is heading.

Read More

Topics: chronic conditions, patient engagement, webinars, patient advocacy, medical records, medication & treatments, juvenile dermatomyositis, chronic care management (CCM), Medicare, mHealth, care coordination, patients, CCM compliance

What's It Going to Take to Really Have Personalized Medicine?

Posted by Travis Bond

Jan 26, 2015 12:28:00 PM

Of all the medical wonders unfolding before our eyes, personalized medicine may be the most amazing of them all, with the power to achieve previously impossible and long dreamed-for miracles.

Read More

Topics: patient engagement, patient advocacy, medical records, Travis Bond, chronic care management (CCM), mHealth, patients, physicians & providers

CareSync Changes Behavior

Posted by Lisa Bond

Jun 3, 2014 1:39:24 PM

Patient Engagement is the biggest buzzword in healthcare right now, but many people aren't sure what it is, and no one is absolutely certain how to make it happen. As we create CareSync, our team is constantly looking for ways to get people proactively involved in their care, and I had a chance to test it out personally over the last few days.

Read More

Topics: patient engagement

15-Year-Old CareSync Patient Gets National Attention for YouTube Video

Posted by Courtney Larned

Jan 25, 2014 6:58:00 PM

Read More

Topics: patient engagement, patient advocacy, juvenile dermatomyositis, family health, mHealth, patients, CareSync in the news

"I Am a Patient–and I Need to Be Heard!"

Posted by Courtney Larned

Jan 22, 2014 2:00:00 PM

This 15 year old (and I've known her since she was six) opens up about what it's like to be a patient.  I am most impressed that she recognizes that she wants to be engaged and wants to participate in her care, but feels like the majority of her clinical team doesnt respect her needs.  This takes guts!

Read More

Topics: patient engagement, share your health stories, juvenile dermatomyositis, videos, family health, mHealth, patients

A Missed Opportunity to Be a Great Patient

Posted by Courtney Larned

Jan 16, 2014 9:53:00 PM

This is a slight adaptation of a post I recently made on my personal blog.

I've worked in healthcare technology for the bulk of my adult life; over a decade, in fact. However, I am not a clinically trained person. I can hold my own at dinner parties (I make a fantastic +1), can get through a demo with most doctors and hospital executives, but do not have any clinical training. I somehow manage to get through the bulk of my days knowing what I know.

Read More

Topics: patient engagement, webinars, doctor's appointments, urgent care, healthy living, health tips

Is Successful Patient Engagement a Possibility or a Dream?

Posted by Courtney Larned

Jan 6, 2014 8:30:00 AM

Today we see and hear a lot of focus on the healthcare industry, and emphasis placed on quality healthcare availability for everyone. One major point that is stressed is increasing patient engagement to improve healthcare. There isn't a doubt in my mind that engaged patients (and care teams) can completely shift healthcare. After all, it's been said time and time again that the patient is the most under-utilized resource in healthcare.

Read More

Topics: patient engagement, chronic care management (CCM)

Join Our Communities!

Most Popular Posts