Blog Archives

Six Stages of Measuring Your Patient Experience

In our mission to serve the lives of millions in healthcare, I am often asked to speak at conferences, share my ideas, interview hospital CEOs as well as connect and collaborate with healthcare experts and Patient Experience (PX) champions. A key lesson I’ve learnt is the need for healthcare providers to understand how to measure their patients’ experiences, based on their stage of Patient Experience maturity.  Measurement is crucial – you can’t manage what you don’t measure. We therefore developed our 6E framework, a step-by-step guide to understand and holistically

Posted in Patient Experience Tagged with: , , , ,

‘E-Framing the Patient Journey’

Based on a True journey. A friend, on holiday in Christchurch, broke her toe. Luckily, it was her fourth toe. Unluckily, her companions were one high-maintenance 4 year old and two suitcases. It was, bluntly, crap timing. Hobbling about, she headed to a clinic. After a long wait, the nurse was brisk. Her toe was examined and it was explained to her that she would only get an x-ray if the doctor deemed it necessary. It was also explained that the reason for this is that the treatment would be

Posted in Customer Experience, Patient Experience Tagged with: , , , , ,

It’s Not What You Think About Them. It’s How They Feel About You.

Walk into a healthcare boardroom and you’ll find C-suite managers poring over hard data reports, analytics that tell them that, mostly, all patients are happy with them, all KPIs have been achieved. Shimmy up to the nurse manager on duty, and you’ll find out that she’s weary but yay, three patients have been discharged (including the one with the demanding hubby), so it’s all good. Take the lift down to reception, and they’ll tell you different tales of woe and wonder. Why don’t these stories always align? After all, there

Posted in Customer Experience, Patient Experience Tagged with: , , , , , ,

The Process Manager, Efficiency Manager or the PX Champion – Which Type Are You?

A lady walks into a hospital. She winces, rubbing her arm then kneading it gently. She approaches reception. She sighs and scribbles what she needs to on a form and is then motioned into the waiting room. She scurries up when she hears her name and disappears into a consultation room. Two days later, she walks out to a waiting car outside the hospital. She’s not rubbing her arm anymore. If you ask a hospital manager what they think about the above scenario, and their focus is process rather than

Posted in Healthcare Policy, Patient Experience Tagged with: , , , , , , ,

Election Policies Need to Put Patients First

The Australian Federal Elections are drawing near. The Conservatives and the Labour Party are once again pitching their wares – fighting it out on who has the best health policy. Amongst the spouted sales spiel and all its nation-centric statistical data, the patient’s (what the policies are/should be ultimately all about) voice is lost. A recently released book on ‘Patient-Provider Communication’ (Blackstone, Beukelman and Yorkston, April 2015), noted ‘that patients, health care providers, policy makers, and researchers live in nearly parallel universes with differing incentives, access to data and information,

Posted in Customer Experience, Healthcare Policy, Patient Experience Tagged with: , , , , , , , ,

Do you know the common misconceptions in patient satisfaction?

The pulse of healthcare is now moving into a swing that smells like an Evolution, rather than a revolution. Everyone I speak to is starting to grasp the idea of ‘people power’ and frame it in the context of the healthcare system. I hear words like patient satisfaction, patient experience, consumer engagement, patient-centred care and an evolutionary term – ‘Patient and Family Centred Care’. The latter is very appropriate as we often forget that children and critically ill patients have no voice for them, and it is the families that

Posted in Health Business, Patient Experience Tagged with: , , , , ,

The day “patient-centred care” became a reality in Australia

Energesse, one of Australia’s leading healthcare IT consultancies, will be unveiling the first  patient feedback technology to measure patient emotions.  The MES Experience platform has transformed the NHS, and Energesse is bringing the technology to the exhibition after trialling it with one of Australia’s largest hospital districts for the past 18 months. Dr Avnesh Ratnanesan from Energesse, together with the director of MES from London, Nick Goodman, will be showcasing the technology on stage in the Healthcare Innovation Zone at 3.40pm on 15th March. The MES Experience technology is a

Posted in Customer Experience, Patient Experience Tagged with: , , , , , , , , , ,

A Conversation on Patient Experience – Lessons and Case Studies

Patient Centered Care and Patient Engagement are fast becoming buzzwords in healthcare, particularly as the belts continue to tighten and health institutions choose to invest in things that really matter. As a leading firm that specialises in the field of patient experience and health innovation, we at Energesse decided to launch a Patient Experience Channel, to complement the Patient Experience Australia LinkedIn Group that launched in 2015. Both initiatives were driven by the need for Australian healthcare professionals to connect, communicate and educate each other on how to diagnose, improve

Posted in Health Business, Patient Experience Tagged with: , , , , , , ,
white_paper

‘Personal Wellness Diagnostic’

  • Designed to help you achieve high performance and wellness in all areas of your life
  • Applicable to workplace employees and leaders
  • Quick, easy and insightful tool to measure gaps and refine programs
bottom_sidebar

FREE DOWNLOAD

white_paper

 WHITE PAPER

  • Developed to help health insurers deliver greater customer experience and retention.
  • For CEO's, General Managers, marketers, sales and customer service leaders as well as analysts, policymakers and researchers.
  • Insights from representatives of 10 Australian Private Health Insurers.

FREE DOWNLOAD

MES
  • What information is being gathered on patient's experiences of services?
  • Connections between patient experience work and membership activities
  • With PX data, you will know what's working and what needs improving most
specific_information

Enter your details for the Customer Experience & Retention

for Private Health Insurance White Paper

 
As featured in: afr smh biz day smh biz day smh biz day

Get your FREE copy of the Making Sense and Making Use of Patient Experience Data White Paper

afr

Get your FREE copy of the Future Solutions in Australian Healthcare

afr
afr
Get your FREE copy of the MES Experience Report

By providing your email address, you are consenting to receive information from Energesse, such as articles, reports, newsletters, and other relevant communications.

Enter your details for the Customer Experience &

Retention for Private Health Insurance White Paper  
As featured in: afr smh biz day smh biz day smh biz day
Full Name
Email *
By providing your email address, you are consenting to receive information from Energesse, such as articles, reports, newsletters, and other relevant communications.

Get your FREE copy of the Making Sense and Making Use of Patient Experience Data White Paper

afr
Full Name
Email *
By providing your email address, you are consenting to receive information from Energesse, such as articles, reports, newsletters, and other relevant communications.