We had a terrific year at Wellpepper and are anticipating great things in 2017. We’re looking forward to further improvement in the efficacy and effectiveness of mobile health and telehealth as well as advancement of new business models, value-based care, and interoperability between EMRs.
As we move forward, we’d like to take a moment to reflect and recap some of our most popular blog posts of 2016. In order of popularity they are:
Given the rush of the holiday season, it was a pleasant surprise to have gotten so many viewers (other than Santa) looking over our healthcare wish list, making it our most popular post of the year.
Unsurprisingly, our second most popular blog post happens to discuss a variety of topics ranging from shifting the healthcare mindset to utilizing digital tools to assist physicians, with nationally recognized consumer health information strategy leader Jan Oldenburg in this lively podcast that has listeners eagerly tuning in.
With the uneasy condition of health systems and polices following the recent changes in leadership after the election, we are glad to see many turning to our blog post for some clarity. Will these factors remain true for the following years to come? We certainly hope so.
We love sharing with our readers what we’ve gathered from panels and talks. This summary of our CEO discussing the benefits of collecting big data with the Seattle Health Innovator’s panel made this blog post our fourth most popular.
Last but not least, this recap of MATTER’s study about Accenture made our Top 5 by addressing the important values and actions that need to be implemented by healthcare CEOs in order to take a more patient-centered approach.
This next year, we are looking forward to sharing our new discoveries as we continue to tackle the challenges in healthcare and find more ways to improve mobile health and patient-centered technology.