August 10, 2017
Indianapolis, Indiana, August 4 - 6, Healthy Interactions, the leading diabetes engagement and digital health company participated on a digital health panel at the AADE17. The panel discussed the progress in diabetes management made possible by technology, educators’ role in shaping the future of digital health, and explored why the field has not yet taken hold at this point. Educators play a critical role in shaping digital health and helping patient adherence.
July 27, 2017
Healthy Interactions turnkey Integrated Chronic Disease education deployed at Pottstown Medical Specialists Inc. were shown to substantially help patients with COPD. These educational Conversation Map sessions included a series of clinically-validated, reimbursable in-person sessions. Healthy Interactions COPD Conversation Map program delivers the highest standards in COPD self-management education and patient empowerment. COPD self-management education is an essential part of achieving better outcomes in COPD disease management. While COPD education is typically limited to rehab, this unique methodology is found to be highly successful in primary care practices.
July 27, 2017
Healthy Interactions turnkey Integrated Chronic Disease education deployed at a leading high profile health system results were shown to substantially help patients with Congestive Heart Failure (CHF). These educational and empowering Conversation Map sessions included a series of clinically-validated, reimbursable in-person sessions. Healthy Interactions CHF Map program delivers the highest standards in CHF self-management education and patient empowerment. CHF self-management education is an essential part of achieving better outcomes in CHF disease management – CHF education is typically used for rehab.
July 24, 2017
Opioid use and carnage is shocking. Approximately 100 Opioid deaths per day occur in the U.S., and growing. Opioid addiction is costing the American economy over $78 billion annually. It’s an epidemic. Healthy Interactions leadership, “asked what can we do to help improve this devastating personal and economic epidemic?”
July 24, 2017
Despite all the new product innovations in diabetes, development and deployment of over 1,000 diabetes app and other technologies, there has been no impact on glucose control or outcomes, and the incidence of diabetes continues to grow. Diabetes is becoming an epidemic.
June 12, 2017
Ten years ago, three organizations – the American Diabetes Association, Healthy Interactions and Merck – set out to test a simple proposition around diabetes care: could a set of tools focused on lifestyle and behavioral changes help health care providers to improve diabetes management for patients? In the first 14 months, 10,000 diabetes educators were trained. Another 10,000 were trained in the first three years. Now, more than 30,000 educators across the country have been trained on the innovative “U.S. Diabetes Conversation Map® program.”
May 2, 2017
Healthy Interactions, LP and MedCurrent Corporation are pleased to announce a ten-year license agreement to provide Clinical Decision Support (CDS) solutions to manage chronic conditions, starting with diabetes.
February 23, 2017
Several provider organizations, including one of the largest health systems in the United States, have adopted Healthy Interactions program and delivery services to increase quality metrics and improve clinical results of people with type 2 diabetes.
February 22, 2017
Today Healthy Interactions announced their expanded partnership with Village MD to deploy patient education programs for additional chronic illness. This expansion builds on the success of the existing diabetes program, which will now be offered at several more locations.
February 16, 2017
Paul Lasiuk, CEO states, “We are thrilled to join the MATTER community at the Merchandise Mart in Chicago. MATTER is a great environment of forward thinking healthcare minds. Great energy and synergistic passion to improve healthcare.” The new Chicago location is: 222 W Merchandise Mart Plaza, Suite 1230, Chicago,IL 60654, 312.870.9577
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