We Get Results That Achieve Your Goals For Growth
The HealthAware Program benefits people struggling with obesity and arthritis. By focusing on those with mobility issues and co-morbidity risks, we target only those at risk who are likely to be admitted within twelve months.
HealthAware s innovative suite of early detection systems gets proven results by meeting or exceeding your expectations for growth.
How? By inspiring at-risk, pre-first episodic patients to visit your web site and use your HealthAware online risk assessment program. This leads directly to more traffic through your hospital, which means more procedures and greater patient revenue. We accomplish this in five easy steps.
STEP 1 We help you launch the HealthAware Orthopedic diagnostic system on your hospital web site.
STEP 2 You promote this exclusive service to the community using high-end marketing materials that are proven to inspire and motivate potential patients to take action.
STEP 3 Patients visit your web site and take the Risk Assessment evaluation. If it is determined the patient should seek treatment, they are offered a free consultation with a hospital clinician.
STEP 5 The patient meets with a clinician. If the consultation suggests a need for further treatment, your clinician offers to forward the risk assessment results to the patients PCP. Your clinician may also provide a list of questions the patient can ask his PCP. If the patient does not have a PCP, your clinician offers a referral to one of your hospitals staff physicians.
Five easy steps. Its that simple. And it increases patient traffic through your hospital.
Weight loss procedures have exploded over the last ten years. Between 1998 and 2004, bariatric surgeries increased almost ten fold. Currently there are about 12 million Americans eligible for a bariatric procedure (having a body mass index (BMI) greater than 40). Additionally, young adults and teens are increasingly opting for the procedure as obesity rates continue to rise at epidemic proportions.
Our BariatricAware module includes these risk factors:
• Age (although young adults and teens are opting for the procedures)
• High blood pressure
• Risk of blood clotting
Joint pain is among the most prevalent chronic conditions. Nearly 19 million U.S. adults reported activity limitations because of arthritis each year during 2003–2005. Every year, arthritis results in 750,000 hospitalizations and 36 million outpatient visits. Arthritis is not just an old person’s disease. Nearly two-thirds of people with arthritis are younger than 65.
Our JointAware module includes these risk factors:
• Joint pain (knee, hip, foot, shoulder, etc.)
• Strenuous aerobic or anaerobic activity
• High impact job
• Increased age
• If joint pain, any of the following conditions – fever, inability to work or bear weight, recent significant trauma, marked swelling of the area of pain, weight loss.
Back pain is a real problem in the United States. Four out of five people in the US will experience lower back pain at some point in their life – a staggering 208 million people. Back pain is the second most common neurological ailment in the United States — only headache is more common.
Our SpineAware module includes these risk factors:
• Sedentary lifestyle
• Strenuous sports
• Sharp pain running from the buttocks down one leg
• Consistent back pain