AHA Digital Pulse Pilot Will Help Hospitals Benchmark Performance

AHA Market Scan AHA Digital Pulse Pilot Will Help Hospitals Benchmark Performance. Image of figures using technology to assess the health of a person.Consumers increasingly are choosing providers who offer digital capabilities to make access to care and personal health information more convenient. So, where is your organization in its digital health journey? The AHA is developing an online assessment tool that enables providers to better understand their digital capabilities for consumers and to benchmark against their peers.

AHA members can take part in a free pilot program to gain insights into their organization’s performance and to help the AHA shape and refine the assessment tool.

AHA members can learn more about this new tool and how they can test it by participating in a an upcoming 45-minute webinar that will be offered from Nov. 20 and 27, Dec. 4, 11 and 18. Pick the date that works best for you and you’ll learn how to:

  • Assess your organization’s digital capabilities in relation to those of other hospital peers.
  • Generate a baseline and benchmark data to prioritize digital investments to further improve consumer engagement and clinical outcomes for your hospital.
  • Review potential technology opportunities for future consideration.
  • Assist in building out your investment road map.

For more information about joining the pilot, contact Alex Rozenbaum, arozenbaum@aha.org, AHA director of product development.

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