Research and apply personalized engagement strategies to improve health outcomes
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Mix and match modules from Way To Health's suite to personalize interventions
Choose from a variety of communication mediums tailored to a patient's preference. Include peers or support partners.
Capture data from remote monitoring devices simply and seamlessly, enabling scalable, integrated and personalized initiatives.
Use a purpose built solution to design and deploy behavioral change and interventional (automated hovering) research.
Leverage a library of various behavioral economics tools e.g. social and financial incentives to nudge or change behavior.
Allow patients to earn points, level up, use lifelines and more. Combine with peers or support partners and see higher engagement.
Configure the flexible rules engine quickly. Trigger actions by time or data captured from patients via messages, devices or EHR data.
CASE STUDY SPOTLIGHTS
|The objective of this study is to use a randomized, controlled trial to test the effectiveness of three interventions using social incentives and gamification to increase physical activity among overweight and obese adults. Scheduled start indicates when team will begin enrollment. They will hold all participants until January 1, 2018 to have the "new year" effect, therefore development work can continue in the fall.|
|During intervention, participants in the intervention groups had significantly higher increase in mean steps compared to control|
|During follow-up, physical activity remained significantly greater in the competition arm (adjusted difference, 569) than in the control arm|
|Evaluate the impact of monitoring adherence with electronic pill bottles or bidirectional text messaging on improving hypertension control.|
|mean change values in systolic blood pressure were − 4.7 (23.4) mmHg in usual care, − 4.3 (21.5) mmHg in the pill bottle arm, and − 4.6 (19.8) mmHg in the text arm|
|no significant change in systolic blood pressure between control and the pill bottle arm|
|Assessed whether the interventions, based on principles from behavioral economics, might improve statin adherence and lipid control in at-risk populations.|
|Achieved enrollment targets|
|Health system enrollment was cost-efficient|
|Piloted a text message navigation program to improve colonoscopy adherence.|
|Intervention patients were significantly more likely to show for colonoscopy (90% vs. 62% show rate; p = .049)|
|2 cancellations and 0 no-shows in the intervention group as compared with 14 cancellations and 5 no-shows in the comparison group|
Post-Op Spinal Surgery
|The effects of a novel enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) protocol on clinical outcomes for patients undergoing elective spine or peripheral nerve surgery.|
|Intravenous opioid medications postoperatively was nearly eliminated in the ERAS group (0.5% vs 54.1%)|
|ERAS group demonstrated greater mobilization on postoperative day 0 (53.4% vs 17.1%)|
Cirrhosis & Transplants
|Reduce 30-day readmissions for cirrhosis and post-transplant patients by remotely monitoring weight, mental function, medication adherence and temperature|
|Reduced 7-day readmissions by 43%|
|Reduced preventable readmits by 75%|