Pewaukee, WI, November 14, 2018 – The Wellness Network, a leader in patient education and engagement solutions, received three 2018 National Health Information Awards for videos in the Health & Wellness category:
- Gold Award: Newborn Care: The Benefits of Skin to Skin Contact
- Bronze Award: Understanding Atrial Fibrillation
- Merit Award: What is COPD?
“We provide an interactive approach to patient care that empowers patients to understand their condition and encourages them to take action,” said Meg Miller, Vice President of Product Development & Marketing at The Wellness Network. “Quality patient education, paired with innovative delivery platforms, are vital to a comprehensive patient education and engagement solution, and we are honored to be recognized for our work.”
HealthClips Video and Resources Library from The Wellness Network is designed to support and improve patient satisfaction, quality of care, and is offered through multi-delivery platforms. Our point-of-care solutions support shared decision making and provide consistent messaging for patients, caregivers, and staff throughout the care continuum. From waiting room and in-hospital television channels to tablets and an easily accessible online library, HealthClips patient education focuses on a single behavioral learning objective and reflects national practice guidelines.
The National Health Information Awards are organized by the Health Information Resource Center (HIRC), a national clearinghouse for professionals who work in the consumer health field. The awards are judged by a panel of health information experts from across the nation on content, format, success in reaching the targeted audience, and overall quality. Entries included brochures, audio/video, newspaper and magazine articles, books, and other media from hospitals, publishers, ad agencies, trade associations, etc. According to Patricia Henze, Executive Director of the Health Information Resource Center, these awards set an industry standard of quality for consumer health materials, and this “seal of quality” helps health professionals find the best consumer health information resources for their programs.
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