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Make patient consultations more efficient and effective with these brand new patient education videos from Rendia

Do you have difficulty explaining the ins and outs of eye care treatments such as intraocular lenses (IOLs), Descemet’s Membrane Endothelial Keratoplasty (DMEK), or Minimally-Invasive Glaucoma Surgery (MIGS)? If so, you’re not alone. Your colleagues requested patient education videos on these topics and others—and Rendia listened.Read More

From vaccines to nosebleeds, these new videos are sure to impress (and educate) your patients

Check out some of our most anticipated new video releases – including tips to start using them in your practice today to educate patients, build better patient relationships, and ultimately, help patients make more informed care decisions.Read More

We’ve all been there: you leave a store spending more than you intended on something you didn’t really need then instantly feel buyer’s remorse once you get home. We all hate that experience, and you’d never want patients to leave your office feeling disappointed. So when presenting patients with elective treatments, how do you “sell them” without acting like a used car salesman? Read More

When you’re speaking to patients, do you ever feel like you’re talking to a brick wall? How can you make sure your messages resonate with patients? When we design videos, we take best practices for communication into account. Here are some of our favorite strategies that you can use to maximize your messages’ impact.
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The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act defines health literacy as the “degree to which an individual has the capacity to obtain, communicate, process, and understand basic health information and services to make appropriate health decisions,” and unfortunately, low health literacy is a growing problem in today’s health care climate. According to the National Assessment of Adult Literacy, 22 percent of adults have only basic health literacy and 14 percent have below basic health literacy. And because health literacy is a strong indicator of health status, low literacy is linked with poor health outcomes and higher rates of hospitalization.Read More