Patient Engagement & the Matrix: How plugged in are we?
 

Patient Engagement & the Matrix: How plugged in are we?

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Americans are plugged in to "the Matrix" more than ever. Read about the digital and mobile habits of the American patient and how this has crossed over into health care.

Americans are plugged in to "the Matrix" more than ever. Read about the digital and mobile habits of the American patient and how this has crossed over into health care.

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Patient Engagement & the Matrix: How plugged in are we? Patient Engagement & the Matrix: How plugged in are we? Presentation Transcript

  • Patient Engagement & the Matrix:How plugged in are we?
  • American patientsare plugged in to “the Matrix” more than ever.
  • Device Statistics
  • Device Statistics 88 percentof adults age 18+ have a cell phone
  • Device Statistics 88 percentof adults age 18+ have a cell phone Even 77 percent of ruralresidents have a cell phone
  • Device Statistics 67 percentof cell phone users TEXT
  • Device Statistics 67 percentof cell phone users TEXTAge group that texts themost? Teens – 75 percent
  • Device Statistics 60average number of texts teens send per day
  • Device Statistics 100 to 50average number of texts teen girls send per daycompared to teen boys, respectively
  • Device Statistics 57 percentof adult Americans own a laptop computer
  • Device Statistics 19 percentof adult Americans own a tablet computer
  • Device Statistics 19 percentof adult Americans own an e-Reader device
  • Device Statistics 52 percentof adult Americans use aphone while watching TV
  • Internet Statistics
  • Internet Statistics 76 percentof Americans use the Internet
  • Internet Statistics 62 percent of Americans are usingSocial Networks while on the Internet
  • Internet Statistics 55 percentof Americans are Sharing Photos while on the Internet
  • Internet Statistics 26 percent of Americans areCommenting or Blogging while on the Internet
  • Internet Statistics 15 percent of Americans have theirown Personal Website on the Internet
  • Internet Statistics 12 percent of Americans are“Tweeting” while on the Internet
  • Internet Statistics 53 percentof Americans age 65+ use Internet/email
  • Internet Statistics 53 percentof Americans age 65+ use Internet/emailOnly 34 percent of age 75+ have Internet
  • Health Statistics
  • Health Statistics 61 percentof Americans age 18+ findhealth information online
  • Health Statistics 61 percent of Americans age 18+ find health information online 88 percent of caregiverssearch online for health info
  • Health Statistics 19 percent of Americans researchproviders online by reading reviews and rankings
  • Health Statistics 5 percentof Americans post online reviews for providers
  • Health Statistics 18 percent of Americans researchhospitals online by reading reviews and rankings
  • Health Statistics 4 percentof Americans post online reviews for hospitals
  • Health StatisticsCMS is already on boardwith physician & hospital compare websites. Physician: medicare.gov/find-a- doctor/provider-search.aspxHospital: hospitalcompare.hhs.gov
  • Health Statistics 14 percent of patients sign up toreceive alerts via text or email
  • Health Statistics 7 percentof patients have health apps on their mobile devices
  • Want to learn more about patient engagement?
  • Want to learn more about patient engagement?Visit successehs.com/archived-webinars to view the free, complete webinar +slides, “Stage 2 Meaningful Use – PatientEngagement, Transitions of Care & HIE.”