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Efficacy of Multimedia in Patient-Physician Interactions

Efficacy of Multimedia in Patient-Physician Interactions

Efficacy of Multimedia in Patient-Physician Interactions

Nick Patel, MD / Lakisha McNeil, RN / Benjamin Schooley, PhD, MBA
Nick Patel, MD / Lakisha McNeil, RN / Benjamin Schooley, PhD, MBA
on behalf of Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society

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Traditionally, patient education has taken one of two forms: written brochures or orally communicated instructions. There is substantial literature that indicates neither approach is effective, due to the lack of information retention. This lack of retention is usually due to disengagement and disinterest in information presented in the form of brochures or due to the inability to recall and reference verbally communicated information. The first, brochures, is often provided with no explanation from a clinician and the latter, verbal dialogue, is commonly not documented and archived. In 2017, we initiated a study involving the participation of over 400 patients for the purpose of determining the efficacy of 3-D multi-media patient education enabled through mobile devices. This session will reveal major findings from our research, and provide recommendations for implementing an effective patient engagement program focused on improved physician-patient interaction.

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Assess areas for improvement in the delivery of patient education as a technique in addressing patient engagement needs
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to assess areas for improvement in the delivery of patient education as a technique in addressing patient engagement needs.
Identify impacts of using integrated mobile computing devices for the delivery of multiple-media patient education in patient care
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to identify impacts of using integrated mobile computing devices for the delivery of multiple-media patient education in patient care.
Compare provider and patient perspectives about multi-media patient education content used during clinical consults (usability and value)
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to compare provider and patient perspectives about multi-media patient education content used during clinical consults (usability and value).
Apply concepts and lessons learned in the integration of multi-media patient education via mobile computing devices during provider-patient interactions
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to apply concepts and lessons learned in the integration of multi-media patient education via mobile computing devices during provider-patient interactions.
Nick Patel, MD / Lakisha McNeil, RN / Benjamin Schooley, PhD, MBA

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Nick Patel, MD / Lakisha McNeil, RN / Benjamin Schooley, PhD, MBA
on behalf of Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society

Nick Patel, MD is the Executive Medical Director of Clinical Informatics and the Medical Director of Midland Internal Medicine, Palmetto Health-USC Medical Group in Columbia, SC. He was awarded Microsoft’s Most Valuable Professional designation for the past 2 years. He is the 2nd physician of only two in the world to be given this award, is an elected member to HP Inc.’s Healthcare Advisory Board, and chair of multiple boards and clinically oriented special interest committees.

Nurse Mcneil is an Ambulatory Registered Nurse Case Manager at Palmetto Health in Columbia, SC. Lakisha is a proud military veteran after serving a collective twelve years of service, beginning with enlistment in the United States Army where she spent six months on deployment in Iraq. Upon discharge from active duty, she enlisted in the South Carolina National Guard. After serving the country abroad, she began working in health care as a certified nursing assistant for a long-term care and rehabilitation center. Lakisha spent eleven years in long-term care where she became the Director of Nursing.

Dr. Schooley is an assistant professor in the graduate studies program in Health Information Technology at the University of South Carolina. Before coming to USC, Dr. Schooley was a research faculty member in the School of Information Systems and Technology, Claremont Graduate University (CGU), research fellow at the Kay Center for e-Health Research, and associate director of the GIS Lab at CGU. Dr. Schooley has also served as a research associate at the Center for Excellence in Rural Safety, Humphrey Institute, University of Minnesota, since 2006.

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