Unlocking Value in Healthcare using Big Data

One of the methods has been setting standard operating procedures (SOPs) for every procedure. Setting SOPs is the first step in the right direction. The National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare Providers (NABH) has standardised these SOPs. It has also provided a scientific method and tool for implementing and evaluating hospital procedures. This blog highlights how NABH standards help in adhering to SOPs.

NABH Accreditation Process: The Importance of SOPs & Data Collection Tools

One of the methods has been setting standard operating procedures (SOPs) for every procedure. Setting SOPs is the first step in the right direction. The National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare Providers (NABH) has standardised these SOPs. It has also provided a scientific method and tool for implementing and evaluating hospital procedures. This blog highlights how NABH standards help in adhering to SOPs.

7 Booths Every Hospital Leader Should Visit at Arab Health 2022

Arab Health, one of the most prestigious healthcare conferences, is back. If you are involved in running a hospital, the show offers many innovative solutions that can help you transform your care delivery process. With the event featuring 3,500+ exhibitors, it can get tricky to find the relevant booths for your requirements. Here are 7 booths that no hospital leader can afford to miss at the event.

Google Ratings for Hospital Online Reputation

According to a 2020 survey report, 71% of patients check online reviews before deciding on a healthcare provider.
In today’s digital age, it is easy for people to access information online and make decisions. Online ratings have a strong influence on hospital online reputation management. People trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations, because online ratings are a direct reflection of patient satisfaction level.

8 Benefits of Telehealth for Providers

An EY IPA study predicts the telemedicine market size in India would see a 31% hike by the year 2025, reaching US$5.5 billion. A TransUnion Healthcare report states, 33% of patients used telehealth in 2020 and 59% did so because of the pandemic. Interestingly, telehealth is not a short-term fad. A Mckinsey survey highlighted that nearly 40% of patients would continue to use telehealth going forward, which is up from 11% of consumers using telehealth before COVID-19. Yet, some healthcare providers are hesitant to opt for teleconsultation solutions.