Helping Patients Through Visual and Audio Information

“We throw paper and words at patients and it is crazy to think they will understand” — Brian Jack Chief of Family Medicine at Boston Medical Center An observant article in the Wall Street Journal last Monday finally acknowledged how clinicians can reduce and redefine a significant, chronic point of care issue: patients recall less […]

What Patients Need to Remember After Leaving the Hospital-New tools help patients retain critical information -Dec 1 WSJ article

This is a great article. I heard about this from the Innovation Fund people at NSLI Hospitals earlier this summer. The technology is rudimentary at best, a computer on a cart set up with video camera to do the recording. It highlights a significant point of care issue that is patients recall less than 10% […]

Is Inclusive Geo-Fencing the Future at Point of Care?

Crafting a Multichannel and Multi-Device Approach In healthcare marketing circles, Geo-Fencing is a current buzzword. A geo-fence is a “virtual perimeter for a real-world geographic area that can be dynamically generated”—as in a radius around a store or point location– or it can be a predefined set of boundaries where engagement can be made with […]

Is Inclusive Geo-Fencing the Future at Point of Care?

Crafting a Multichannel and Multi-Device Approach In healthcare marketing circles, Geo-Fencing is a current buzzword. A geo-fence is a “virtual perimeter for a real-world geographic area that can be dynamically generated”—as in a radius around a store or point location– or it can be a predefined set of boundaries where engagement can be made with […]

Pharma’s Important Role in the Patient Journey

Liberate Ideas’ CEO, Richard Nordstrom, joins other experts in patient engagement in a recent article in PharmaVoice, The Patient Journey – Moments of Care.  Read why the unanimous conclusion of all is that true patient-centricity is a huge challenge, but as one of those stakeholders, the pharma industry should play a central role.  Download the article at […]

Join Us at the Princeton Life Sciences Summit

Liberate Ideas will join Ernst & Young, and payers, providers, and pharmaceutical companies to explore moving beyond patient adherence to patient centricity.  See what’s happening on the leading edge of Patient Engagement at this FREE symposium. Panelist will share the learning’s and best practices of payers, providers, and pharmaceutical companies who have incorporated patient centricity […]

ACOs, Population Health and Delivering on the Promise of Improved Health Outcomes

Accountable care organizations (ACOs) – formal alliances of hospitals and physicians that assume responsibility for the cost and quality of care – have the potential to improve patient health while reducing the waste in the healthcare system. But, to make these gains, ACOs are changing the way healthcare is delivered – and significantly through the build […]

Health Care Needs Revolution, not Evolution

“It is not ‘can any of us imagine better? but, ‘can we all do better?’ The dogmas of the quiet past, are inadequate to the stormy present. The occasion is piled high with difficulty, and we must rise — with the occasion. As our case is new, so we must think anew, and act anew. […]

New Clinically Proven Educational Videos

Liberate Health now provides educational videos developed by Health Nuts Media (HNM), an interactive health engagement company and digital content provider. Log on to the app on your iPad to view these videos and to play them for your patients in the office or send them home for your patients to review on their own.       […]

New Year, New Content Available!

We have been busy building new content for the Liberate Health platform! You will find 75 new condition decks in a variety of categories and specialties for you to use with your patients. To view all the new content within many new specialties, please login to the Liberate Health app on your iPad and enhance […]