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5 Healthcare Tools To Boost Patient Involvement

The 2012 Connected Health Symposium showcased a myriad of engagement tools that promote innovation and improve patient compliance.
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Cara Latham
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Cara Latham,
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11/20/2012 | 1:46:54 PM
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It is good to see all of the innovative products designed to help patients manage their care and conditions. Having an email or text alert as a reminder to take certain medications could increase the likelihood that patients their medication at the appropriate doses and intervals. Much like email bill pay reminders and mobile banking apps, I suspect this will be extremely helpful for a wide variety of people, even those looking to just improve their lifestyle choices.
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11/19/2012 | 4:54:37 PM
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I'm excited by all the healthcare tools that keep coming out to increase patient care. The Vignet Cancer Concierge caught my attention as I've seen first hand how patient struggle with cancer treatments, with the amount of medication and overall care required. This will be invaluable to oncologists to keep in constant communication with patients and follow their care in between regular visits.

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