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Luma Health Observes American Heart Month

At Luma Health, the patient comes first. And for patients across America, heart disease and its risk factors including obesity, blood pressure, cholesterol, and others are serious concerns. This month at Luma Health we join countless patients, providers, and organizations in proudly participating in American Heart Month.

Alex Harris

Engagement Strategies, Healthcare Happenings

The key to healthcare innovation? It could be automation

As originally published in Becker's Hospital Review on January 28, 2019. Written by Jackie Drees. Tashfeen Ekram, MD, shares advice for hospital CMIOs seeking to improve physician workflow with EHRs and how automation can help.

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Why providers can and should text patients: how to keep your patient messaging TCPA-compliant

The TCPA protects from being bombarded by sales and marketing calls and texts. The good news is that it allows for flexibility in the healthcare space, so providers can call and text patients as it relates to patient care, building trust in the provider-patient relationship and improving health outcomes.

Alex Harris

Healthcare Happenings, Life at Luma

Communication Can Make or Break the Patient Experience: Listen to the New Relentless Health Value Podcast

Last month our very own Adnan Iqbal, CEO & Co-Founder of Luma Health, spoke at NODE.Health's Digital Medicine Conference on patient the impact of seamless patient communication Check out Adnan's thoughts on the future of digital medicine in a recently released podcast by Relentless Health Value.

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Healthcare Happenings

January 2019 Healthcare Hot Takes: Texas court rules ACA unconstitutional

In this month's Luma Health Hot Takes we discuss the recent Texas court ruling the ACA as unconstitutional. We also take a look at digital monitoring via hospital beds and access to care in rural communities.

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Healthcare Happenings

December 2018 Healthcare Hot Takes: Mining patient health records to improve outcomes

In this month's Luma Health Hot Takes we break down Amazon's new software designed to mine patient health records, the underuse of telehealth in rural America, and Walgreens and FedEx's prescription delivery initiative.

Ramesh Munnangi

Healthcare Happenings

November 2018 Healthcare Hot Takes: The portable EHR is coming. Will it finally put patients in control of their data?

In this month's Luma Health Hot Takes we break down new, portable electronic health records; how millenials are forgoing primary care; and the impact of EHR systems on the time physicians spend with patients versus the time they spend on their computers, often resulting in high levels of burnout.

Ramesh Munnangi

Healthcare Happenings

When Healthcare Gets It Right—Three Examples of Patient-Centered Innovation

Long wait times and overworked providers are some of the ways healthcare gets it wrong, but true patient-centered innovation puts the power in the hands of the patients. We think some great examples include Oak Street Health (primary care for Medicare recipients), OneDrop (a diabetes management app), and Text4Baby (a massive public health campaign for moms and babies).

Alex Harris

Engagement Strategies, Healthcare Happenings

North Florida Women’s Care Cuts No-Show Rate in Half, Generates $10,000 a Month in Additional Revenue

North Florida Women's Care featured in Healthcare IT News for generating revenue, driving better patient experiences with Luma Health.

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It’s Flu Season Again — This Year, Leverage Text Messaging to Make It Better

Last year’s flu season resulted in a record-breaking number of illnesses, hospitalizations, and deaths. The challenge for providers is making sure patients get the flu shot. Text messaging, SMS, is cost-effective. Luma Health products reaches your patients with targeted, custom messages.

Alex Harris

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