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Remote Rehab: An Idea Whose Time Has Come?

Cardiopulmonary rehab is routinely recommended for thousands of cardiac patients every year—and for good reason. A rich body of evidence shows that supervised exercise programs reduce the mortality rate and hospitalization rates for heart attack patients, heart disease patients, and patients who have undergone heart surgery.[1] Other studies have shown that pulmonary rehabilitation has benefits ...

The Four “Cs” of Creating Superior Patient Education

As a producer of award-winning patient education for the past 42 years, we take great pride in offering “best in class” patient education that allows our healthcare and enterprise customers to empower patients, improve outcomes, and make a real difference in people’s lives. We strive to meet the needs of our customers and the ...

The Wellness Network Supports Acute Care Initiatives

Acute care hospitals are being challenged now more than ever with putting value and safety into every stay. Value based healthcare brings the unique challenge of reducing the cost of care, increasing patient satisfaction, and providing a positive patient experience all while promoting increased patient safety. Quality Managers, Risk Managers, and Patient Experience departments ...

Top Health Stories of 2019

Looking back on another year of rapid change in healthcare, there’s a lot to digest—both for the industry, as it continues to grapple with cost pressures, and for the patients who are increasingly bearing the brunt of those cost increases. Many of the top stories and trends for 2019 will be familiar—concepts like value-based ...

Vaping: What Your Patients Need to Know

When the first reports of a mysterious illness striking people who used electronic cigarettes started to trickle out in the media, there were more questions than answers. What was causing this illness? Was it associated with only certain devices, or certain types of vaping? Did it affect vapes that contained nicotine, THC, or both? ...