Healthy Interactions Hacks: Top tips for making your life easier while using Conversation Map® tools!

Thursday, May 26th - 12PM CST / 1PM EST

App and Support ToolsOur goal at Healthy Interactions is simple; improving people's lives around the world -- including yours! In 10 years, our thousands of Conversation Map® facilitators have shared their best tips and tricks, and now we are sharing them with you. Connect with your fellow educators and learn how to improve participation, enhance learning, and get your physicians referring more patients. 

Even if you haven’t used Conversation Map® tools before, now is the time to learn about them - our program validation is unprecedented. We combine in-person reimbursable Conversation Map® group patient sessions, led by a licensed Healthcare Professional, with an ongoing hi.goals™ digital coaching platform that leads to long-lasting, sustainable behavioral change. Join us for this webinar to enhance what you are already doing, or to introduce a new way of improving the outcomes for your patients with diabetes and other chronic diseases.

What you’ll learn about:

  • The online resources available to assist in the use of Conversation Map® tools
  • The opportunities and challenges to using the Conversation Map® tools
  • Strategies for effective ways to integrate the Conversation Map® tools into your practice
  • How to encourage physicians to refer patients to your program
  • Social Media communications and connectivity with other facilitators
  • The hi.goals coaching platform and available app for your patients
  • How to gain reimbursement for Conversation Map® sessions

Who should attend:

  • Healthcare professionals who have been trained on the Map tools
  • Diabetes Educators
  • Dietitians 
  • Nutritionists 

Our Speaker:

Barbara Eichorst MS, RD, CDE, Vice-President, Clinical

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.