“What you do in your free time is yours to decide. Ask yourself: what have you been missing from your routine? Start there.”
“Time management is more than just the process of planning.” Studies show that it actually has the strongest effect on our mental health in addition to boosting productivity.
With high expectations of happiness and cheer comes pressure, stress and disappointment. Whether it’s external pressure from society, mental health or physical health, we have to redefine what healthy living means for us as individuals.
From starting a new healing plan to working through a session with your patients, predictive analytics helps patients optimize their efforts by using past data to preemptively guide their treatment decisions.
Better care assisted by better data means less money spent on readmissions.
The emotional judgement of the patients has created a disconnect between the necessity of post acute care and the autonomy of committing to it.
Home is a place of comfort, vulnerability, and true self. As a caregiver, bringing recovery into this space may present itself as a challenge. What it truly is is the opportunity to make healing a more genuine, personal experience for your patient.
Listening to the voices of the people that the data actually impacts is vital to its success. Having the data is important, but it’s ineffective if we don’t know what to do with it. It’s time to do better.
“With access to patient data, predictive analytics in healthcare finds patterns amongst diverse patients for efficient treatment plans that can predict better recovery results.“