Our goal at Healthy Interactions is simple; improving people's lives around the world. We achieve it by creating engagement between patients and healthcare providers.
Join us as we share effective strategies to optimize your communication, engagement and support that can allow patients to learn how to better live with, and manage, their diabetes. You will also learn how effective behavior change techniques can be utilized in a classroom or digital environment. After all, as HCPs we actually see and interact with patients for such a small amount of time.
If you are interested in improving the outcomes for your patients with diabetes and other chronic diseases, register now for this insightful and helpful webinar.
Sid leads the digital strategy and development initiatives at Healthy Interactions — focused on extending the Healthy Interactions mission of Personal Health Engagement through digital support tools. By leveraging almost a decade of experience building high performing teams and products in the video game industry at Electronic Arts, Sid looks to bring to market health applications that are intuitive and connect patients to people and information that can help them gain control over their health conditions. Sid earned his undergraduate degree in Computer Engineering from McGill University, and a master’s degree in Business Administration from the Richard Ivey School of Business.
Barbara is an internationally known asset in the chronic disease management arena, and brings extensive clinical care and program administration experience to Healthy Interactions, with a driving passion and generous dose of joy. She is currently leading the development and implementation of the global training for its diabetes franchise. As an educator with experience in medical continuing education and patient interventions, Barbara has contributed much to the advancement in diabetes care. In her career, Barbara served as Program Director for the American Association of Diabetes Educators, the diabetes educator for a national insulin program, and diabetes program manager for primary care network at Rush University Medical Center. She has also provided weight management, cardiac, eating disorder, renal, and oncology Medical Nutrition Therapy at Loyola University Medical Center as well as Northwestern University Medical Center. In addition to publishing numerous articles, Barbara reviews several diabetes-related publications and serves as a committee member for NCBDE and other practice associations. She received her Master of Science degree in Nutrition Education from Eastern Illinois University, and her Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemistry and Dietetics from Olivet Nazarene University. Most recently, she has been working toward her doctorate in a field of clinical care.