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The Purpose of the Personal Values

Posted by Michelle Yandle on Nov 13, 2019 10:09:52 AM

This article is written by Michelle Yandle, Manager of Partnerships and Programs at Melon Health. 

For most people wanting to make changes to their health, they succeed in making those changes for a short time but often struggle with integrating them into their lifestyle for the long-term.

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Topics: peer support, whole person care, population health

How To Retain Patients By Addressing Social Determinants of Health

Posted by Chris Masters on Aug 8, 2019 12:55:51 PM

Everyone involved in the funding and delivery of healthcare is well aware of the impact social determinants have on outcomes for individuals and populations. Whether they be publicly funded or insurance based health systems, the challenge in addressing these remains the same. 

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Topics: patient engagement, scaleable healthcare, population health

The 3 Support Roles Patients Need (But Are Missing)

Posted by Siobhan Bulfin on Jun 26, 2019 1:00:49 PM

Architects understand a very important principle that healthcare professionals can learn from: without the right support, a building can’t stand. 

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Topics: patient engagement, peer support, patient community, population health

Healthcare Delivery: Then Vs. Now

Posted by Siobhan Bulfin on Jun 14, 2019 1:22:54 PM

Just like any other industry, healthcare has a past, a present, and a future. However, with low patient-to-clinician ratios and rising patient needs, the future of healthcare is hanging in the balance.

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Topics: patient engagement, patient community, behavior change, population health

Why Collecting Health Data Between Visits Matters

Posted by Siobhan Bulfin on May 28, 2019 4:26:03 PM

According to the Food and Drug Administration, anywhere from 30 to 50 percent of patients disregard medical advice. Not only does this non-compliance compromise patient health, but it also costs the US around $300 billion annually.  

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Topics: patient engagement, behavior change, whole person care, population health

2 Types Of Patient Education And When And How To Use Them

Posted by Siobhan Bulfin on May 10, 2019 11:30:00 AM

Patient education, patient engagement, behavior change are all trending topics in the current healthcare climate. The importance of these topics hinges on two important results integrated delivery networks invest themselves in - improved patient outcomes and lower medical costs.

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Topics: patient engagement, patient community, whole person care, population health

What Can The US Learn From A Primary Healthcare Led Country?

Posted by Siobhan Bulfin on May 7, 2019 1:00:00 PM

In the United States, low life expectancy is rising due to unresolved chronic mental conditions and other recurring illnesses. Low clinician to patient ratios make diagnosis difficult.

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Topics: scaleable healthcare, whole person care, population health

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Why Choose a Digital Platform? 

Whether you are offering the DPP In-Person, Combination, or Virtually, having a digital platform has many benefits.  A digital platform offers an engaging online community, HIPAA compliant messaging, fitness and nutrition tracking,  an extensive food database, and online modules for make-up sessions.  Increase your participant engagement and maximize your coach efficiency by adding a digital platform to your current DPP Program.  Contact us at sbaxter@melonhealth.com

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