“The overall goal of patient engagement is to drive consistent, sustainable behavioral changes in patients, family members, caregivers and healthcare providers in order to improve not only healthcare, but health. A strategic priority if the potential of healthcare reform is to be realized, patient engagement must flow through all major care settings, from the traditional (hospitals, outpatient centers, physician offices) to less traditional (imaging centers, pharmacies, rehabilitation centers, skilled nursing facilities) to non-traditional (places of employment, the patient home).” By Peter Edelstein, MD, FACS, FASCRS
This is why Liberate Health was developed by clinicians, for clinicians and is so critically important to achieving the level of patient engagement required to actually change behavior in a meaningful way.
Liberate Health provides The Healthcare Professional a patient education tool that has been proven in clinical experience trials to increase patient engagement and understanding. One of the most important features of Liberate is that it allows the patient to review the point of care conversation again at home and share with caregivers in order to improve the support for the behavior change required to improve outcomes.