Patient Activation

How Does the Patient Portal Fit into Digital Patient Engagement? | Patient Engagement HIT | 9/11/2020

… that function, and others that are so coveted by the patient, MU Health Care was able to gin up more excitement about the patient portal. That success notwithstanding, it’s important to remember that meaningful patient activation will require a personal touch from a provider. The patient portal, like so many other patient engagement technologies, can certainly enhance the healthcare experience, but they cannot replace it. Providers must still lean on …

Patient Activation Measure roll out | Wordpress.com | 9/2/2020

… frontline health coaches and support staff with the PAM and Coaching for Activation (CFA). Each 15-25 minute course builds upon knowledge learned in the previous course and provides insights into the value of measuring patient activation and tailoring support to achieve realistic and achievable behaviour change. Topics include: Introduction to PAM – Background information on Insignia Health and the development of the PAM survey. The PAM Approach – An introduction to the …

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Here now, but heard nothing | 9/2/2020

… 30 days and have higher odds of mortality compared to their hearing peers; they are also more likely to experience medication non-adherence. These facts, coupled with hearing loss’s association with cognitive impairment, lower patient activation , and higher risk for paternalistic communication, suggest that those with hearing loss need nurses to take action. “Do you wear hearing aids?” I asked Mr. Smith. He grinned and shook his head no, adding …

Consequences of the COVID-19 Lockdown on Health and Well-being of Patients With Parkinson Disease and Post-stroke | 9/1/2020

Exposure to social distancing due to COVID-19 Primary Outcome Measures : Patient Activation Measure (PAM®) [ Time Frame: 1 hour ] The PAM is a self-reported validated, licensed tool to measure a patient’s knowledge, skills and confidence for self-management. The overall score captures the extent to which people feel engaged and confident in taking care of their health condition. It consists of 13 statements rated on a Likert scale according …

Comparing Treatment Strategies to Manage Children With Uncomplicated Appendicitis | Physicians Weekly | 8/31/2020

… al. Five-year follow-up of antibiotic therapy for uncomplicated acute appendicitis in the APPAC randomized clinical trial. JAMA . 2018;320(12):1259-1265. Minneci PC, Cooper JN, Leonhart K, et al. Effects of a patient activation tool on decision making between surgery and nonoperative management for pediatric appendicitis: a randomized clinical trial. JAMA Netw Open . 2019;2(6):e195009. Apfeld JC, Cooper JN, Minneci PC, Deans KJ. Pediatric patient and …

Insignia Health Launches SMART on FHIR Application to Directly Administer the Patient Activation Measure® (PAM®) Survey Within Epic® | PR Newswire | 8/25/2020

PORTLAND, Ore. , Aug. 25, Insignia Health, a leading provider of health activation solutions and services, recently announced availability of the Patient Activation Measure® (PAM®) SMART App through Epic’s App Orchard . Insignia Health Logo PAM is a 10- or 13 item survey that assesses a person’s underlying knowledge, skills and confidence integral to managing his or her own health and healthcare. The assessment segments individuals into one of four increasing levels …

Insignia Health Launches SMART on FHIR Application to Directly Administer the Patient Activation Measure® (PAM®) Survey Within Epic® | BioSpace | 8/25/2020

Insignia Health Launches SMART on FHIR Application to Directly Administer the Patient Activation Measure® (PAM®) Survey Within Epic® PORTLAND, Ore. , Aug. 25, 2020 /PRNewswire/ – Insignia Health, a leading provider of health activation solutions and services, recently announced availability of the Patient Activation Measure® (PAM®) SMART App through Epic’s App Orchard . PAM is a 10- or 13 item survey that assesses a person’s underlying knowledge, skills and confidence integral to managing …

NIH Gives $3.75M for Patient Engagement Plan for Chronic Disease | Patient Engagement HIT | 8/14/2020

Patient Satisfaction News NIH Gives $3.75M for Patient Engagement Plan for Chronic Disease The patient engagement program will focus on patient activation techniques and text message outreach to support chronic disease management. 14, 2020 - A $3.75 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) will help Michigan State University stand up a patient engagement program aimed at improving medication adherence and chronic disease self-management among individuals with cardiovascular …

Biohaven Reports Second Quarter 2020 Financial Results And Recent Business Developments | PR Newswire | 8/10/2020

… a strong pace, despite the difficult circumstances caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Early success resulted from pivoting quickly to prioritize virtual channels of engagement to drive health care provider awareness and trial, accelerate patient activation , and establish broad product access at pharmacies. NURTEC ODT’s differentiated clinical profile offers fast pain relief and can return patients to normal function within one hour while delivering sustained efficacy that lasts up to …

Biohaven Reports Second Quarter 2020 Financial Results And Recent Business Developments - Stockhouse | 8/10/2020

… a strong pace, despite the difficult circumstances caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Early success resulted from pivoting quickly to prioritize virtual channels of engagement to drive health care provider awareness and trial, accelerate patient activation , and establish broad product access at pharmacies. NURTEC ODT’s differentiated clinical profile offers fast pain relief and can return patients to normal function within one hour while delivering sustained efficacy that lasts up to …

Effect of Adding Telephone-Based Brief Coaching to an mHealth App (Stay Strong) for Promoting Physical Activity Among Veterans: Randomized Controlled Trial | 8/4/2020

… a model fit using all available data (n=179 for Stay Strong and n=178 for Stay Strong+Coaching ) and adjusting for baseline goal, sex, and operating system type for all outcomes except for patient activation , which relies on n’s listed in the first column for between-group difference and P values. c For between-group difference, adjusted for comparing a family of 3 estimates. ‎ Table 3. Primary outcome …

Rx.Health’s TrialEngage™ Virtual Trial Toolkit is Selected by the American Gastroenterological Association to Speed GI Trials and Create Nationwide Clinical Trial Network | The Wapakoneta Daily News | 7/30/2020

… to support research engagement in registries, virtual trials, care pathways and the collection of real world evidence and digital biomarkers for investigators, Pharma and CROs. It’s proven platform has been shown to have a patient activation rate of 92% and a clinician system usability score of 93%. According to Dr. Gaurav Narang, VP Strategy at Rx.Health, “TrialEngage for patient recruitment and engagement has become even more relevant in the age …

Rx.Health’s TrialEngageâ„ Virtual Trial Toolkit is Selected by the American Gastroenterological Association to Speed GI Trials and Create Nationwide Clinical Trial Network | 7/30/2020

… research engagement in registries, virtual and decentralized trials, care pathways and the collection of real world evidence and digital biomarkers for investigators, Pharma and CROs. It’s proven platform has been shown to have a patient activation rate of 92% and a clinician system usability score of 93%. According to Dr. Gaurav Narang, VP Strategy at Rx.Health, “TrialEngage for patient recruitment and engagement has become even more relevant in the age …

Drug Costs, Patient Activation Spur Foreign Medication Purchase | Patient Engagement HIT | 6/30/2020

Patient Responsibility News Drug Costs, Patient Activation Spur Foreign Medication Purchase Most patients who purchase medications from other countries face high drug costs, are low-income, but have high patient activation. Source: Getty Images By June 30, 2020 - Some 1.5 percent of adult patients regularly taking a prescription medication purchase that medication from somewhere outside the United States, a trend that is largely driven by low-income patients with high …

What Makes a Patient Choose Telehealth Care Access? | Patient Engagement HIT | 6/22/2020

… visit. Patients over age 65, for example, were more likely to want to visit their provider in the office compared to patients ages 18 to 44. READ MORE: UPMC Telehealth After-Visit Summaries Boost Patient Activation Meanwhile, access to technology and other traditional care access barriers increased the odds a patient might opt for telehealth access. Patients who had reliable internet access — as determined by looking at the residential neighborhood …

Diabetic patient assessment of chronic illness care using PACIC+ | 6/16/2020

… patients has been correlated with their QoL. More specifically SF – 36 and PACIC+ scale scores showed a positive and low correlation in several subscales. The total score of PACIC+ scale as well as the Patient activation score were increased in higher scores of vitality ( p  = 0.034 & p  = 0.028 respectively), hence both scores correlate significantly with latter. In addition, Delivery System / Practice Design score was increased in higher scores of mental …

Novartis finds employer support matters when treating migraines | FiercePharma | 6/15/2020

… the Migraine Buddy app offering nurse coaching and support. Another measure of the program’s success was the increase in patient confidence over the course of the study. Novartis saw an increase of 9% in patient activation measure (PAM), a common measurement used in studies to gauge patient knowledge, skill and confidence for self-management. “The study confirms the high burden of people living and working with migraine but also demonstrates …

Ep. 006 – Mark Stinson & Bob Baurys Podcast Transcript | 6/8/2020

Ep. 006 – Mark Stinson & Bob Baurys Podcast Transcript By Viber Don (PMN): Hi good morning everyone, welcome to the pharma marketing podcast. I’m your host Don Langsdorf and I am here today with Bob Baurys and Mark Stinson from 83Bar and also the authors of patient activation . Bob and Mark thanks for joining us today. Bob (83Bar): Great to be here. Mark (83Bar): Yea thank you Don (PMN): Wonderful. I …

Continuity of Care | Wordpress.com | 4/25/2020

… Patient’s continuity of care A patient’s continuity of care involves maintaining a relationship with a healthcare provider. Practitioners can improve patient experience and health outcomes with effective secure patient outreach which leads to successful patient activation . Evidence suggests that continuity of care for patients with chronic conditions prevents hospitalizations , reduces health care costs , and may prolong life . Because patients are most likely to have longitudinal relationships with their pediatricians, family …

Patients’ Use of Social Media for Diabetes Self-Care: Systematic Review | 4/24/2020

… individuals with diabetes leads to learning pertinent information and thereby is associated with lower HbA 1c values [ 44 ]. Behavioral Outcomes Magnezi et al [ 43 ] and Grosberg et al [ 45 ], in 2 separate studies, evaluated patient activation (defined as a patient’s level of active participation in his or her health care) with chronic care management as a result of using social media. In particular, they examined the use of an online …

Patient Activation | Wordpress.com | 4/18/2020

Definition Patient activation means engaging with patients to motivate them to play an active role in their healthcare, rather than relying solely on medical directions. Patient activation occurs in the later steps of the patient journey which involve behavioral or lifestyle changes, scheduling ongoing care, and being proactive about one’s health. The importance of patient activation Because they focus on following medical advice and adopting management plans, the medical results …

Patient engagement impact on outcomes with upper limb fractures | 4/15/2020

… Ring, Stephen Gwilym The Bone & Joint JournalVol. 102-B, No. 1 Aims Patient engagement in adaptive health behaviours and interactions with their healthcare ecosystem can be measured using self-reported instruments, such as the Patient Activation Measure (PAM-13) and the Effective Consumer Scale (ECS-17). Few studies have investigated the influence of patient engagement on limitations (patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs)) and patient-reported experience measures (PREMs). First, we …

Webinar: GP surgeries and hospital programs successfully using the Patient Activation Measure (PAM) | 4/14/2020

Webinar: GP surgeries and hospital programs successfully using the Patient Activation Measure (PAM) 03 June 2020 12:30pm to 03 June 2020 01:30pm The Australian Health Care invites you to join us for an engaging free webinar hosted by Associate Professor Michael Greco of Griffith University and CEO of Patient Opinion Australia featuring practical case study examples of health care services that have successfully implemented Patient Activation Measures (PAMs). Patient Activation …

Supporting patients with long‐term conditions in the community: Evaluation of the Greater Manchester Community Pharmacy Care Plan Service | 4/14/2020

… achieve health goals and better self‐management of their long‐term conditions. The service ran between February and December 2017. The aim of this study was to investigate the impact of the service on patient activation , as measured by the PAM measure (primary outcome). Secondary outcomes included quality of life (EQ‐5D‐5L, EQ‐VAS), medication adherence (MARS‐5), NHS resource use and costs, systolic and diastolic blood pressure, HDL …

Activating primary care COPD patients with multi-morbidity through tailored self-management support | 4/3/2020

… of multi-morbidity, based on the Health Belief Model, was tailored and delivered to participants by general practice nurses in face-to-face sessions. At 6 months’ follow-up, there was significant improvement in patient activation ( p  0.001), COPD-related quality of life ( p  = 0.012), COPD knowledge ( p  0.001) and inhaler device technique ( p  = 0.001), with no significant change in perception of multi-morbidity ( p  = 0.822) or COPD-related multi …