Healthcare costs, access to data, and partnering with providers: Patients’ top user experience factors

Filed Under: Costs, Patients, Providers

Healthcare costs, access to data, and partnering with providers: Patients’ top user experience factors

“As patients returned to in-person, brick-and-mortar health care settings after the first wave of COVID-19 pandemic, they re-enter the health care system with heightened consumer expectations, according to the Beryl Institute – Ipsos Px Pulse report, Consumer Perspectives on Patient Experience in the U.S.,” Jane Sarasohn-Kahn writes over at Health Populi.com. “Ipsos conducted the survey […]

Quebec family stopped at border with body in vehicle, seeking to avoid U.S. health charges: Toronto Sun

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Quebec family stopped at border with body in vehicle, seeking to avoid U.S. health charges: Toronto Sun

“The words ‘what do you have to declare?’ took on a bizarre meaning at a Canada-U.S. border crossing on Sunday,” Brad Hunter writes over at The Toronto Sun. “For a Quebec family, the answer was grandpa. TVA reports that around 2:30 a.m., a mother and her son returning from Florida arrived at the crossing at […]

Most in U.S. say high costs of medical treatments are a big problem: Pew Research Center

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Most in U.S. say high costs of medical treatments are a big problem: Pew Research Center

“Americans have mixed assessments about the overall value of medical treatments today, even while a strong majority says science has generally improved the quality of U.S. health care, according to a recent Pew Research Center survey,” write Isadora Milanez and Mark Strauss on the Pew Research blog. “At the same time, a substantial majority considers […]