Kehoe, Bob
October 2012
Health Facilities Management;Oct2012, Vol. 25 Issue 10, p30
Trade Publication
The article reports that hospitals in the U.S. are using television to boost patient engagement. Hospitals and health systems are educating patients through the technology in order to enhance outcome. It also allows physicians and nurses to relay information to patients via computer or smart phone. It aims to reduce hospital readmission.


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