Health Coaching: A Win-Win Game Plan for Behavior Change

From supporting 'rising risk' populations telephonically to visiting recently discharged high-risk, high-cost individuals at home, health coaches aim to score all-important health behavior change. Seventy percent of respondents to the 2016 Health Coaching survey by the Healthcare Intelligence Network have launched health coaching ventures.

Health Coaching: A Win-Win Game Plan for Behavior Change
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Mia Croyle

Increasingly in motivational interviewing (MI) research, change talk—anything a patient or client says that counts as an argument for change—is a reliable sign they’re ready to make a change, notes Mia Croyle with the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. Here, Ms. Croyle shares some of the latest thinking regarding change talk: how motivational interviewing practitioners might interpret change talk in interactions with clients, particularly those with behavioral health diagnoses, as well as how to elicit more change talk during an MI session.


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2016 Healthcare Benchmarks: Health Coaching

More information on this topic can be found in: 2016 Healthcare Benchmarks: Health Coaching, which drills down to explore health coaching case loads, experience, certification, performance measurement (individual and program) and more key metrics and is supported with more than 50 graphs and tables.