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June 29, 2018

Event Recap: PatientPing and the Connecticut Hospital Association Roll Out Stories to CT Hospitals

Last week, PatientPing hosted an event at the Connecticut Hospital Association (CHA) offices to roll out its Stories product to hospitals across the state. Stories provide real-time patient context at the point of care so that providers can more accurately make treatment decisions. Stories include important information such as patient care team contact information, prior visit history, diagnostic information, and much more. Currently, real-time notifications (Pings) and patient context (Stories) are being utilized by PatientPing’s ACO, SNF, and home healthcare partners.

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February 21, 2018

Addressing High-Utilizers Starts in the ED

The majority of patients try to avoid the emergency department at all costs. Yet, for high-utilizing patients, the ED is often the easiest place to go for healthcare. Regardless of what you call them—high-utilizers, super-utilizers, or super users—the reality remains the same: the top 1% of patients account for 21% of healthcare spending, at an average of nearly $88,000 per patient annually.

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September 5, 2017

Opportunities for Care Coordination in the Emergency Department

The Emergency Department (ED) is a chaotic place, and is unfortunately the start of many patients’ healthcare journeys. The ED has traditionally been an area of healthcare that could benefit from stronger care coordination.

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June 27, 2017

A Chance for PCPs to Intervene in the ED

At 8:24 a.m. on Thursday, June 22nd 2017, the average emergency department wait time at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts was nine minutes. We know that not because we visited the ED that day, but because we visited their Yelp listing.

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