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
January 26, 2017
Healthy Interactions, a leading global provider of patient engagement and education programs that have reached over 30 million patients in 127 countries validated by 57 independent clinical studies, today announced an addition to their Digital Engagement Platform (DEP) – to be used by patients enrolled in Conversation Map programs. The new addition adds a web-based patient portal to the platform, allowing patients to now engage with valuable educational content, tracking of health metrics and messenger access to their educator on web, complementing the existing iOS and Android mobile applications.
January 23, 2017
Healthy Interactions is pleased to announce chronic care disease education expansion with Pottstown Medical Specialists, Inc (PMSI). Healthy Interactions will now provide COPD and CHF education tools for their patients at PMSI along with the existing diabetes Conversation Map® tools.
January 16, 2017
To assess the views and feedback of trained Map facilitators on content and usability of the Diabetes Conversation Map(DCM) education tools, This study included Pakistani trained health care Map facilitators from June 2010 to September 2011. Four separate Map sessions on how Diabetes Works, living with Diabetes, eating healthy & exercising, and starting insulin treatment were facilitated by a trained facilitator.
December 2, 2016
After surveying 851 patients using the Conversation Maps tools, Healthy Interactions found that clinical outcomes are positive with an almost 1 percentage point reduction in HbA1c levels. “Map tools are highly efficacious in delivering self management-education as evidenced by significant improvement in glycemic control upon completion of the Map sessions,” according to Barbara Eichorst, MS, RD, Vice President of clinical practice at Healthy Interactions.
November 29, 2016
HITRUST Certification validates that Healthy Interactions Digital Engagement Platform, linking diabetes patients with appropriate care team members, is committed to meeting key healthcare regulations and protects sensitive private healthcare information.
November 4, 2016
It’s November, also known as National Diabetes Month, a time in our diabetes world when we in the United States raise awareness about diabetes and the importance of proper care and education. At AADE we proclaim the first full week of November National Diabetes Educator Week. It’s November 6–12 in 2016.
August 31, 2016
Healthy Interactions’ Conversation Map tools are the most deployed DSME/S curriculum in the world. The diabetes Map tools were developed in collaboration with the American Diabetes Association in the U.S.A. and the International Diabetes Federation outside of the USA. Over 80,000 diabetes educators have been trained to facilitate the Map sessions in over 120 countries. The effectiveness of the Map tools can vary from one cohort to the next due to cultural implications, although the program has been translated and made culturally relevant for each country in which it is used. Previous research assessing outcomes for specific cohorts of patients has been collected, but this is the first study to evaluate Map tools outcomes at the macro level.
August 18, 2016
Medicare requires that nine of 10 hours of DSME/S be administered via group sessions. The remaining one hour can be delivered individually, but it can also be delivered in a group setting if more appropriate. Healthy Interactions focuses mostly on group education sessions because one-on-one sessions have not proved as effective when it comes to patient program completion. Group sessions have been successful because the curriculum is totally centered on the participant and allows for individualization within a group environment. A group creates a support network, incentivizing patients to return for additional sessions.
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