Health IT in Care Management to Improve
Health and Effect Behavior Change

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The most sophisticated technology in the world will not engage patients and members
in health improvement if they are not convinced of the value of the program to
their health, the commitment of their providers to the process and the credibility
of the entire care team.

Those are some of the findings detailed in Health IT in Care Management to Improve
Health and Effect Behavior Change
, which describes the enrollment and engagement
of patients in telemedicine programs in a variety of care settings.

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In this 35-page report, Dr. Randall Williams, chief executive officer, Pharos Innovations,
describes the prerequisites for using technologies to engage patients in chronic disease
improvement programs, setting the scene for care management and behavior change.

Sharing how technology has enhanced patient engagement and self-management in their
specific populations are Katherine Scher, R.N., C.C.M., program manager for the Center
for Clinical Care Design at Henry Ford Health System, and Dr. Thomas Kline, medical
director, Iowa Medicaid Enterprise. In chronicling the Henry Ford experience, Scher describes
how the health system case managers were able to successfully engage a subset of chronically
ill patients with the use of telemedicine once its physicians helped to identify the appropriate
population and enroll these patients.

In this special report, these industry experts provide details on:

and much more.

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