The Process for Patient Engagement
Frequent contact with a clinician is provided to all of our members.
Members are provided objective and subjective feedback on their health status.
Continuous data analysis provides the information necessary to adapt interventions and facilitate best outcomes.
Patient Engagement Gap
According to recent studies, “failure to follow doctor’s orders” is in excess of $290 billion a year in the U.S. alone (www.preventice.com). Un-engaged patients who don’t take their prescriptions, ignore their doctor’s care instructions, are unprepared for surgery, or short-change their rehabilitation all contribute to poor outcomes. The focus is no longer on proving the benefits of the recommended intervention, but rather will the patient be engaged and compliant. What is recommended is not always the most ideal option, but it's the one that the provider knows the patient might actually execute. Decades of research prove that exercise and nutrition are key components to a healthy live. What has yet to be proven is how to get people to engage in it effectively over a lifespan. If you asked a physician what their ideal recommendation would be for a diabetic patient who is 30 pounds over weight with low back pain, what would that be? Exercise and Diet! But as you have likely experienced, that is not always very effective for a number of reasons.
Our Proven Process
We have developed a proprietary process that is evidence based and proven to improve patient engagement over time. This process is easily executed through our technology platform and guides the clinician and patient every step of the way.