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  • “Nudge Theory” Proves Successful in Medication Adherence Clinical Trial

    “Nudge Theory” Proves Successful in Medication Adherence Clinical Trial

    While taking medications long-term requires strong discipline and motivation, patients often cite time management – most commonly, forgetfulness – as their...

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  • Improving America’s Nutrition, One Patient Call at a Time: How Registered Dieticians Use Patient Engagement Strategies to Improve Population

    Improving America’s Nutrition, One Patient Call at a Time: How Registered Dieticians Use Patient Engagement Strategies to Improve Population

    Health Dialog is full of devoted employees committed to our mission of helping clients improve population health, reduce costs, and engage patients to make...

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  • Nurse Line Checklist: 9 Things You Must Ask Your Vendor

    Nurse Line Checklist: 9 Things You Must Ask Your Vendor

    If your organization is looking to add a nurse line (or switch vendors) to better manage your patient population, you probably have a lot of questions. At...

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  • 3 Steps that Improve Star Ratings: A Focus on Medication Adherence

    3 Steps that Improve Star Ratings: A Focus on Medication Adherence

    Achieving a Star Rating of 4.5 or more results in a 5% bonus for your health plan. Concentrating efforts on improving pharmacy measures for your population...

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  • Patient Engagement Strategies That Reduce the Risk of Heart Disease

    Patient Engagement Strategies That Reduce the Risk of Heart Disease

    February is American Heart Month, a time to bring heightened awareness to the risks of heart disease, which takes the lives of about 647,000 Americans each...

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  • Improving Healthcare Outcomes, One Patient Call at a Time

    Improving Healthcare Outcomes, One Patient Call at a Time

    Beyond helping to treat rashes, colds, and migraines, a call with a nurse can mean the difference between a trip to the ER or a trip to the local pharmacy....

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  • An Inside Look at Who’s Calling our Nurse Line

    An Inside Look at Who’s Calling our Nurse Line

    When a sudden healthcare issue arises, patients aren’t always sure where to seek care. Scheduling an appointment with their primary care provider may take...

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  • The Erosion of Trust in Healthcare: How Did We Get Here?

    The Erosion of Trust in Healthcare: How Did We Get Here?

    Every year, the ABIM Foundation convenes medical leaders from around the country to discuss the challenges of delivering quality medical care. For the past...

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  • Running a High-Quality, URAC-Accredited Nurse Line Health Call Center: It Takes a Village

    Running a High-Quality, URAC-Accredited Nurse Line Health Call Center: It Takes a Village

    Health Dialog recently earned URAC’s Health Call Center Accreditation for our nurse line and health coaching services—and along the way, we learned what it...

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  • Improving Healthcare Outcomes, One Client at a Time

    Improving Healthcare Outcomes, One Client at a Time

    Health Dialog is full of devoted employees committed to our mission of helping clients improve population health, reduce costs, and engage patients to make the best decisions about...

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  • Improving Healthcare Outcomes, One Patient Call at a Time

    Improving Healthcare Outcomes, One Patient Call at a Time

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  • Using Nurse Lines to Improve Healthcare Navigation

    Using Nurse Lines to Improve Healthcare Navigation

    How to Connect Patients to the Benefits and Services They Need Most It’s a well-known fact that telephonic nurse lines are effective in delivering...

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  • Overcoming Barriers to Medication Adherence: Cost and Financial Factors

    Overcoming Barriers to Medication Adherence: Cost and Financial Factors

    This is the seventh and final installation of our “Overcoming Barriers to Medication Adherence” blog series. Read our introductory blog post to learn...

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  • Overcoming Barriers to Medication Adherence: Side Effects

    Overcoming Barriers to Medication Adherence: Side Effects

    This is the sixth installation of our “Overcoming Barriers to Medication Adherence” blog series. Read our introductory blog post to learn the common...

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  • Overcoming Barriers to Medication Adherence: Motivation

    Overcoming Barriers to Medication Adherence: Motivation

    This is the fifth installation of our “Overcoming Barriers to Medication Adherence” blog series. Read our introductory blog post to learn the common...

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  • Overcoming Barriers to Medication Adherence: Helping Patients with Time Management

    Overcoming Barriers to Medication Adherence: Helping Patients with Time Management

    This is the second installation of our “Overcoming Barriers to Medication Adherence” blog series. Read our introductory blog post to learn the common...

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  • Overcoming Barriers to Medication Adherence: Helping Patients Manage Issues with Providers

    Overcoming Barriers to Medication Adherence: Helping Patients Manage Issues with Providers

    This is the fourth installation of our “Overcoming Barriers to Medication Adherence” blog series. Read our introductory blog post to learn the common...

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  • Overcoming Barriers to Medication Adherence: Helping Patients with Knowledge-Based Gaps

    Overcoming Barriers to Medication Adherence: Helping Patients with Knowledge-Based Gaps

    This is the third installation of our “Overcoming Barriers to Medication Adherence” blog series. Read our introductory blog post to learn the common...

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  • What Are The Top Barriers to Medication Adherence?

    What Are The Top Barriers to Medication Adherence?

    Today, 82% of adults in the U.S. regularly take at least one medication, while 29% take five or more. Unfortunately, many aren’t taking them as...

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  • The Power of the Nurse-Patient Relationship: Mentoring and Guidance is Critical to Behavior Change

    The Power of the Nurse-Patient Relationship: Mentoring and Guidance is Critical to Behavior Change

    Health coaching is at the heart of what we do at Health Dialog. Building lasting relationships with our patients can help drive positive behavior change...

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