Patient Engagement: What’s Working? What’s Not? – #HIStalking Tweet Chat Thursday, June 11 at 1pm ET
Join @JennHIStalk and @CarlyRM (Carly Medosch) for a discussion on the hits and misses of patient engagement. You can check out her background here, preview discussion questions below, and brush up on how to participate in a tweet chat towards the end of this post.
Patient Engagement: What’s Working? What’s Not?
My name is Carly Medosch and I’ve had Crohn’s disease for 21 years. I’ve spent my entire adult life in the “Kingdom of the Sick,” and have only recently been able to add advocacy, support, and education to my life thanks to medical advances (including two clinical trial medications). I am passionate about a big-tent approach to healthcare system improvements in order to provide better experiences and outcomes for patients and the doctors, nurses, and other humans who work in health. We all need to work together to understand the causes and create improvements.
#HIStalking Discussion Questions
Q1 What is your goal? Is your health team supporting this? How?
Q2 What digital health tools are working for you?
Q3 What can your healthcare providers do to support your engagement?
Q4 What’s a surefire way for the healthcare system to make you want to disengage?
Q5 What advice would you give the health IT industry about creating products to better serve patients?
Tweet Chat Instructions
It’s easy to join the Twitter conversation by logging into TweetChat, which automatically keeps you in the conversation by tagging all tweets with the #HIStalking hash tag. If you are unable to access the TweetChat room, simply search in Twitter for #HIStalking and follow the conversation. To contribute, be sure and tag your tweets with #HIStalking so they can be seen by other chat participants.