Team Member Spotlight: Michelle Pampin

At Welkin Health, we believe a company is only as amazing as its people. We’ve dedicated ourselves to improving the lives of care teams and want to show off the people who work tirelessly behind the scenes to make that happen. We’ll be doing a Q&A with one of our... Read More >

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How to Create a Compassionate Hospice Care Program

Hospice care can be a difficult job, but its importance is paramount. Giving people who are approaching the end of their life a comfortable, dignified way to pass is worthwhile work that is appreciated by both the...Read More >

3 Reasons Why You Need Patient-Centered Care

Consumers are having a greater influence on healthcare than ever before. With value-based payment models and patient-centered care changing the landscape of the health industry, it’s time we paid attention to patients and how to best serve...Read More >

Is Your Team Delivering the Best Quality Care for Hospice Patients?

Hospice care is an excellent end-of-life care option. It simultaneously provides comfort both to the hospice patients and to their loved ones. When the patient, family members, and care teams start creating an end-of-life care plan, their...Read More >

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How to Improve Your Home Healthcare

With patient satisfaction becoming the driving force for healthcare providers, home healthcare has been on the rise. Many patients find that recovering at home is more convenient, less expensive, and that the quality of care often rivals that of in-facility visits. The cherry on top is that the patient can be in the surroundings they know and love, and it’s often easier for friends and...Read More >

Team Member Spotlight: Julian Haddad

At Welkin Health, we believe a company is only as amazing as its people. We’ve dedicated ourselves to improving the lives of care teams and want to show off the people who work tirelessly behind the scenes to make that happen. We’ll be doing a Q&A with one of our extraordinary team members to show off the people behind the product. Our very own Julian...Read More >

Why You Need Patient Care Coordination

Have patients ever expressed their confusion or frustration to you when seeking answers about their health? These feelings often come from a need to understand their diagnosis and treatment plan. In some cases, though, lack of flow of communication between care teams can add to a patient’s frustration. What is the reason for this lack of flow? It might be caused by poor patient care...Read More >

Patient Relationship Management Software: Can It Really Help You Grow?

You would probably agree that your number one priority as a healthcare company is to provide exceptional patient care. Yet the actions of someone on a care team can unknowingly cause a decline in patient satisfaction, which may have long term effects on your organization. Thankfully, you can prevent this from happening when you invest in great Patient Relationship Management software. The right Patient Relationship...Read More >

Drug Addiction Help: How Care Management Can Get Patients the Care They Need

What does it take to care for someone struggling with drug addiction? It takes a lot of compassion and care. As a program director or case manager, you want to find ways to offer not just adequate but exceptional help to patients. That includes helping patients overcome their addiction, preventing further health problems, and keeping everyone on your care team on the same page. Accomplishing...Read More >

How to Improve Care Management for Mental Health

With increased population growth and disease prevalence, pressures on healthcare organizations have forced teams to take a more proactive, holistic approach to disease prevention. From this new approach, a mental healthcare management model has emerged that emphasizes care outside of the traditional healthcare system—both during and after states of disease. The management of patient care is especially important in treating people with mental health challenges....Read More >

Why and How You Should Be Using Telehealth

Telehealth is a fantastic channel when done right. Not only does it make healthcare more accessible, but it also saves time for healthcare workers who would otherwise be bogged down with tasks not directly related to patient care. For this reason, many healthcare professionals enjoy the time-saving benefits of these digital services. However, when done wrong, telehealth can become a nuisance to healthcare workers. Instead...Read More >

Digitizing Behavioral Health Programs

An article published by BMC Public Health in March 2019 revealed that comorbidities of behavioral disorders and chronic physical diseases are on the rise. There are millions of patients in the United States with complex health needs that simply cannot be supported by traditional care processes. Physical and mental illnesses are not mutually exclusive, and their codependence presents unique challenges in healthcare. Enter: behavioral health...Read More >