Meaningful Patient Experiences That Improve Health Outcomes
It Starts with Understanding the Individual's Needs, Then Developing a Customized Strategy
A Proven Approach With Proven Results
Improving Diabetes Health Through Scalable, Personalized Coaching
For payers and providers, achieving positive health outcomes is complicated because every person’s diabetes journey is unique and individuals respond differently to support tactics. Fit4D technology-enabled coaching helps fill the gaps in care with personalized diabetes education, motivation and support from a diabetes expert clinician. Download this whitepaper to learn about the efficacy of scaling clinician-patient touch points with a multi-channel Certified Diabetes Educator coaching approach.
Improve Health Outcomes of Your Members, at Scale
Emphasizing the power of human touch, our personalized, one-on-one, diabetes coaching solution leverages technology to scale the reach of Certified Diabetes Educator (CDEs) clinicians, allowing them to manage patient populations much larger than traditional inpatient settings. This means that more of your members can receive access to, and benefit from, expert diabetes care.
- Target high risk and poorly controlled populations
- Scale CDE-patient volumes while driving program quality and consistency
- Achieve member health improvements that impact HEDIS and STAR quality ratings
- Close gaps in care and keep members on track with routine screenings
- Empower members with confidence in self management
- Complement and integrate with existing programs and care management teams
- Data-driven approach improves health measures
We've coached hundreds of thousands of people with diabetes and understand their struggles. Through our unique, human-centered approach, we uncover adherence barriers and drive behavior change.
Christine was forgetting to take her medication and struggling to curb her sugar cravings. We gave her practical reminder strategies and recommended healthier, lower sugar snacks to satisfy her sweet tooth. After incorporating these changes, her A1C dropped from 12.2 to 6.9!
Barry had many questions, but he was a farmer who lived far away from his provider. We arranged times to meet that fit his schedule in order to provide him with proactive support in between doctor's visits.
Maria wasn't taking her medication, checking blood sugar, or seeing a doctor. Our bilingual certified diabetes educator got her to the clinic and she is now taking her diabetes medication and monitoring her glucose.
Barbara was only receiving her insulin when her nurse visited twice a week. We helped her overcome her fear of needles and stepped through the injection process with her over the phone. Now she is taking her medication daily as prescribed.
Tom was taking his insulin, but his blood sugar was all over the place with frequent hypoglycemic episodes. We explained the importance of food intake timing and created goals together in order to prevent hypoglycemic episodes. Tom achieved his goals, experienced no more hypoglycemic episodes and brought his A1C down from 8.1 to 7.1.