How Care Coordination Can Help Create High-Quality, Cost-Saving Care Transitions
Don’t Blame Your Readers for Not Understanding
Michele Cronen, Managing Associate Editor
If most of the people you’re trying to communicate with aren’t responding in the way you intended, there’s a good chance that the problem is YOU. Michele Cronen explains why and what you can do to make your messages understood in...
Health Literacy—Not All Patient Education is Created Equal
Christy Calhoun, Senior Vice President, Consumer Health Experience
With so much health information out there, it’s easy to feel uncertain about which to trust, and feel too overwhelmed to make decisions or take action. Learn how good patient education gives helps people make better health decisions and...
Functional and Handsome—Patient Instructions for Better Patient Recall
Steve Graepel, Visual Strategist
Helping people make better health decisions. The Healthwise mission is resolute and we’ve exemplified these words for over 40 years through medically accurate and patient-centered content. But learning is so much more than reading and...
One Moment That Mattered—A Physician’s Perspective on Patient Education
Dr. Adam Husney, Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Adam Husney shares his professional insight on trusted, reliable patient education that’s good for patients and providers. Easy-to-use, solid patient education provides a better opportunity to strengthen relationships and get to what...
6 Ways Content as a Service Boosts Your Business
Andrea Blum, Director, Solution Strategy
The number of ways that health care organizations can integrate Healthwise CaaS are almost endless. Here are six examples of how Healthwise CaaS can help health care organizations be more efficient and focused on their core business instead of...
5 Reasons Health Care Organizations Crush on Content as a Service
What’s not to love about Healthwise Content as a Service (CaaS)? Separating content and form is good for organizations. It’s efficient and saves resources. You control how it works with your brand and objectives. It allows for social...
Extend Your Reach: Care Coordination for Chronic Care Patients
Healthwise Care Coordination Team
When patients have multiple chronic conditions, it’s especially challenging to ensure continuity of care. Chronic diseases and conditions are among the most common, expensive, and preventable health problems in the U.S., and it’s not...
Patients undergoing care transitions are particularly vulnerable and are likely to benefit from care coordination interventions. Learn how to help patients and their families make smooth transitions—even if they’re receiving care in...
Can You and Your Patients Have It All? Why You Should Personalize and Standardize Care Plans
Maybe it’s a game plan, maybe it’s a road map—whatever the visual is, it’s a familiar concept to many of us. Patients and clinicians benefit when everyone’s on the same page. Building a personalized yet consistent...
Why Patient Education is a “Need-to-Have” for Successful Care Coordination
Patient education is no longer a “nice-to-have.” It’s an integral part of delivering patient care and a key component to care coordination success. According to a recent survey published by the Health Intelligence Network, 71...