Retail health clinics are a new healthcare delivery trend quickly picking up steam across the country, the Washington Post reports
The number of retail clinics across the United States is expected to reach 3,000 by next year, according to a new study by the consulting firm Accenture.
Leading by example, giving patients better access to their health records and borrowing innovations from other industries are all good strategies to transform healthcare, according to a panel of experts (pictured right) at FierceHealthIT 's executive breakfast, "Harnessing Technology and Data to Enable Accountable Care," held this morning at the Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) conference in Orlando, Fla.
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Use of retail clinics is still booming across the country, with 5 percent growth in the number of clinics across the country in the last year and as many as 2,800 clinics expected to log 10.8 million patient visits a year by 2014, according to a new report from consulting firm Accenture.
Doctors in the U.S. are embracing electronic health records, even if reluctantly, with 93 percent reporting they actively use an EHR system, according to a new report from Accenture.
Remote monitoring for reducing readmissions was the focus of a panel discussion Tuesday morning at the mHealth Summit in Washington, D.C. The panel included representatives from healthcare organizations who discussed how they are implementing such technologies to make measurable improvements in care and outcomes.