Many hospitals that have relied solely on their brick and mortar facilities are now realizing that their physical location is only a part of the health care arsenal they can wield. While hospital facilities are valuable, rare and difficult to reproduce, they often limit their accessibility to those that are geographically local and sufficiently mobile to take advantage of an in-person visit. Beyond the physical structure, the most valuable asset that the hospital employs are its expert physicians. With the appropriate digital infrastructure, their expertise can be deployed well beyond the four walls of the facility.
As 2019 comes to a close, we rounded up our top ten blog posts from the past year. The biggest trends we noticed in our most-read content shows an interest in patient-focused solutions and shifts in healthcare delivery, especially in regards to patient preferences and technological developments.
Last week I had the pleasure to attend the Rock Health Summit in San Francisco. From the summit panelists to conversations with other attendees, one opinion remained unanimous: there is a great need for better health information delivery.
Carly Cherches, a senior at Union College, reflects on her summer 2018 internship as an inbound marketing intern with Purview. Carly will graduate in Spring 2019 with a degree in biomedical engineering.