Embrace the Future: A Healthcare Practitioner's Guide to Implementing Digital Health

Embrace the Future: A Healthcare Practitioner's Guide to Implementing Digital Health

Our world is moving fast and to recognise what kind of technology you might need to provide efficient and patient-centric care can be confusing. Digital health tools can support your clinic's growth and help you save time in patient compliance and admin work, leaving more time to work with clients.

But what do you need to consider when implementing digital health in your clinic? Discover it all in this blog post.

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How Can Digital Health Benefit Your Practice?

As always, when learning something new and especially when implementing technology in your daily work, it can feel challenging at times.

But as a healthcare practitioner your time is constantly on the line to deliver the best possible care to your clients, and to save time in your daily work setting is the ultimate goal.

Luckily there are tools to help you manage your time to deliver even more efficient and patient-centric care, without you feeling exhausted and like time is running out day after day.


The challenge lies in navigating this transformation seamlessly, ensuring both you and your patient benefit from the shift towards digital health.

 

So, where to start?

 As a healthcare practitioner it can be difficult to recognize what kind of technology your healthcare practice might need and how to get started. You might be wondering how to know which tool is the right fit for me?

 We listed five things to keep in mind when thinking of digital health solutions:

1. Customization and Personalization:

The tool should allow you to create personalized exercise programs tailored to each patient's specific needs, and progress. Look for a system that enables you to easily modify exercises based on individual requirements, such as adjusting difficulty levels, sets, and repetitions.

 

2. Integration with Patient Records:

Seamless integration with electronic health records (EHR or EMR) or patient management systems is crucial. This feature ensures that you can access and update patient information, track progress, and synchronize exercise programs directly within the digital health tool. This integration streamlines your workflow and enhances overall efficiency.

 

3. Extensive exercise library:

A good digital exercise prescription tool should include visual aids, videos, and other content to enhance patient understanding. Clear visual guides can help patients perform exercises correctly, reducing the risk of injury and improving adherence to prescribed routines. Look for a tool that supports the inclusion of multimedia content or integrates with reputable exercise databases.

 

4. Monitoring and Progress Tracking:

The tool should provide functionality for you to be able to track and monitor patient progress over time. This includes features such as outcome assessments, progress reports, and the ability to receive feedback from patients and analyze such information. A robust progress tracking system can aid in making informed decisions about modifying exercise plans and assessing the effectiveness of interventions.

5. Security:

Prioritise the security of patient data within the digital tool. Look for a solution that adheres to industry-standard security protocols and regulations, such as encryption of data in transit and at rest. Ensure that the tool complies with healthcare data protection laws, such as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) in the United States or equivalent regulations in your region. Robust security measures help safeguard patient confidentiality and maintain trust in the use of digital health tools within your practice.

 

 

Towards a future-proof clinic 

Embracing digital health is a strategic step for healthcare practitioners, ensuring a resilient and future-proof practice.

Integrating these tools not only enhances efficiency but also fosters increased patient satisfaction and a more thriving business model, setting the stage for a seamless and successful practice in the evolving healthcare landscape.

Read what other clinics have learned about integrating digital health in their practice here.

If you're curious about how Physitrack could enhance your practice, explore our free version today or reach out to our sales team to tailor a solution to your specific needs.

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Omarm de Toekomst: Gids Voor Zorgverleners om Digitale Zorg te Implementeren

Onze wereld verandert snel en het kan verwarrend zijn om te herkennen welke technologie je nodig hebt om efficiënte en patiëntgerichte zorg te bieden.


Digitale tools kunnen de groei van je praktijk ondersteunen en je helpen tijd te besparen op de naleving van therapietrouw van patiënten en administratieve taken, zodat er meer tijd overblijft om met patiënten te werken.

Maar waar moet je rekening mee houden bij het implementeren van digitale zorg in je praktijk? Ontdek het allemaal in deze blogpost.

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> 1100

number of employees

2018

year since using Physitrack

> 12,000

operations per year

Image from Movement Clinic

Movement Clinic to enable movement for a greater purpose

The Movement Clinic is always looking at ways to improve their patient's recovery. With Physitrack, they took a step closer to helping patients achieve better well-being and movement.

> 1100

number of employees

2018

year since using Physitrack

> 12,000

operations per year

Image from Movement Clinic

Movement Clinic to enable movement for a greater purpose

The Movement Clinic is always looking at ways to improve their patient's recovery. With Physitrack, they took a step closer to helping patients achieve better well-being and movement.

> 1100

number of employees

2018

year since using Physitrack

> 12,000

operations per year

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