(BPT) - The COVID-19 pandemic changed how people think about healthcare. Interacting with your doctor has never been more critical, but now some or all those interactions might occur online. The ability to make appointments online and see your physician without leaving home has benefits. In fact, Chilmark Research estimates that by 2025, 15 to 25 percent of all primary care visits will be conducted virtually in the United States. As telehealth use grows and patients have come to expect more online services from their doctors, it's important to ask your doctor about available tools to help you stay connected and save time.
Explore the new age of ambulatory care
One company leading the evolution in patient engagement technologies is NextGen Healthcare. The NextGen® Patient Experience Platform saves time for healthcare teams and boosts convenience for patients.
NextGen Healthcare experts suggest you ask your doctor about:
The future of the doctor-patient relationship
People are comfortable shopping online from their smartphones, tablets or computers. When the COVID-19 pandemic started, video chats with friends and family skyrocketed in every age category. Software platforms enable us to do almost anything from the comfort of home, and the same expectation now applies to healthcare. There’s no doubt that the patient experience will continue to evolve beyond the confines of a traditional office setting. This growth of consumerism also means you have more choices for where and how you receive healthcare, and this will likely impact how you choose a doctor in the future.
Your health is your top possession. Stay connected to your doctor and take an active role in your own health by ensuring your doctor’s practice offers digital patient engagement tools that make it easy for you to stay on top of your healthcare. Through technology, doctors and patients can be more aligned for even better overall health outcomes. NextGen Healthcare's award-winning ambulatory software platforms enables a more seamless and efficient experience that helps improve the provider-patient relationship. Learn more at www.nextgen.com.
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