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Watch on demand:
How Patient Experience Drives
Healthcare Success

According to IDC research, patient engagement and experience is the top business priority in 2020 for 60% of healthcare providers surveyed.

Watch our webinar on demand, where Chris LeGrand, BroadReach Group CEO, and industry leading guest speakers will explore how patient experience and retention tactics result in successful healthcare.

You will hear strategies for empowering patients to stay on treatment and how targeted communications can drive better outcomes for patients. Better patient adherence equates to better patient outcomes and improved program performance.

Agenda

- The importance of patient experience and engagement - Chris LeGrand, CEO, BroadReach
- Strategies to keep patients on treatment - Dr. Tshabalala, Chief Director: Strategic Health Programmes, KwaZulu-Natal Department of Health
- How technology has revolutionized disease management and how care is delivered – Chinny Ogunro, CEO, WellSpring Health and BroadReach Consultant
- Empowering patients to stay on treatment and how targeted communications can drive better outcomes - KP Yelpaala, Founder and CEO, access.mobile

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    Uncategorized

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    Big Data, Disruptive technology, Social Entrepreneurs, Uncategorized

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    Africa, Social Entrepreneurs, Uncategorized

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    Africa, Analytics, Social Entrepreneurs, Sustainable Development, Uncategorized

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    Health, Malaria, Sustainable Development, Uncategorized

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