Health Dialog Connections Blog

  • AMCP 2018 Nexus: Improving Medication Adherence Through Personalized Interventions

    AMCP 2018 Nexus: Improving Medication Adherence Through Personalized Interventions

    At Health Dialog, we’re always excited to participate in forward-looking events, meet leaders across the healthcare industry, and discuss strategies...

    Read Post
  • Helping individuals use healthcare effectively with coaching support

    Helping individuals use healthcare effectively with coaching support

    While it may seem straightforward for some individuals, following medical instructions can bring up a host of challenges. Failing to fill a prescription,...

    Read Post
  • Is Your Diabetes Management Program Missing the Mark?

    Is Your Diabetes Management Program Missing the Mark?

    Diabetes is one of the leading causes of death and disability in the United States. The CDC has found that 30.3 million U.S. adults have diabetes and an...

    Read Post
  • What to Expect at the 2018 APG Colloquium

    What to Expect at the 2018 APG Colloquium

    It’s a busy time at Health Dialog. The start of fall brings exciting industry events, and our team is gearing up to attend two in this month. The first is...

    Read Post
  • The Erosion of Trust in Healthcare

    The Erosion of Trust in Healthcare

    For several decades, public opinion surveys have documented a troublesome erosion of public trust in the healthcare system.  For example, in 2015 only 37...

    Read Post
  • Higher satisfaction with care and treatment outcomes seen with shared decision making

    Higher satisfaction with care and treatment outcomes seen with shared decision making

    The shift toward patient-centered care and the popularity of high-deductible health plans are driving patients to take charge of their health and their...

    Read Post
  • 3 Ways to Maximize Member Engagement with Digital Health Programs

    3 Ways to Maximize Member Engagement with Digital Health Programs

    In today’s hectic world, capturing people’s attention can be challenging. And when it comes to their health, it’s more difficult than ever. According to a...

    Read Post
  • How cost-effective are workplace wellness programs?

    How cost-effective are workplace wellness programs?

    Billions of dollars are spent each year on employee wellness programs, but the cost effectiveness of these programs is debated in a study from the Rand...

    Read Post
  • Is Wearable Technology the Future of Population Health?

    Is Wearable Technology the Future of Population Health?

    As the healthcare industry continues to place a heavy emphasis on value-based care, employers are searching for solutions to elevate quality without...

    Read Post
  • Webinar Preview: Tackling the Top 5 Barriers for Medication Adherence

    Webinar Preview: Tackling the Top 5 Barriers for Medication Adherence

    It may sound like a simple task to take medications on time and as directed. However, medication non-adherence is more common than you may expect. Today,...

    Read Post
  • Improving Medication Adherence

    Improving Medication Adherence

    Today, 82 percent of adults in the United States regularly take at least one medication, while 29 percent take five or more. Unfortunately, many aren’t...

    Read Post
  • Health Coaching Programs Lower Costs and Improve Quality Outcomes

    Health Coaching Programs Lower Costs and Improve Quality Outcomes

    Bettering the patient experience while also improving the health of your population and cutting costs is largely considered the “holy grail” for healthcare...

    Read Post
  • A Look Back: AHIP 2018

    A Look Back: AHIP 2018

    It’s no doubt that AHIP 2018 was an incredible success. With so many talented and intelligent speakers, this year’s event, to me, seemed to have some of...

    Read Post
  • Three Key Themes to Look Forward to at AHIP Institute and Expo 2018

    Three Key Themes to Look Forward to at AHIP Institute and Expo 2018

    Every June, thousands of healthcare professionals gather at the AHIP Institute & Expo to discuss the evolving medical landscape. Described as the...

    Read Post
  • The Value of Population Health Management at Your Organization; Which Data are Important

    The Value of Population Health Management at Your Organization; Which Data are Important

    Big Data seems to be all you hear in the healthcare industry lately. Data is being generated from many sources leading us to become overwhelmed with the...

    Read Post
  • Sneak Peek: What we’ll be talking about at AHIP 2018

    Sneak Peek: What we’ll be talking about at AHIP 2018

    AHIP Institute & Expo 2018 is only a few weeks away. As attendees gear up to hear dozens of today’s top healthcare professionals speak about our evolving...

    Read Post
  • Get your Members Up and Active for National Physical Fitness Month

    Get your Members Up and Active for National Physical Fitness Month

    As summer gets closer and the weather starts warming up, we see so many more people take a stronger interest in getting outside, getting active and turning...

    Read Post
  • Reducing Cardiovascular Risk through Personalized Engagement

    Reducing Cardiovascular Risk through Personalized Engagement

    Today, more than 84 million people in the United States suffer from cardiovascular disease, accounting for one out of every three deaths in the country. As...

    Read Post
  • Turn Members into Champions with Smarter Engagement

    Turn Members into Champions with Smarter Engagement

    Encouraging people to make healthy choices is simple. Achieving consistent behavior change that can create long-lasting results is more challenging. In...

    Read Post
  • 3 Tips to Keep Your Members on Track with Their Healthy New Year’s Resolutions

    3 Tips to Keep Your Members on Track with Their Healthy New Year’s Resolutions

    Making a commitment to living a healthier lifestyle is one of the most common New Year’s resolutions. After weeks of holiday parties and countless cookies,...

    Read Post
  • loading
    Loading More...