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Resources

Real-life stories and case studies on the power to improve patient health through engaging and impactful patient education.

Customer Success: Allina Health

Maternity Discharge: Helping Families Prepare for Birth at Allina Hospital Background The Allina Health system delivers superior medical care to people in Minnesota and western Wisconsin. The system includes 12 hospitals and more than 90 clinics and see about 110,000 admissions annually. Challenge Allina Health’s birth center offers the full range ...

White Paper: Empowering Patients with Television Screens

Television screens can be used to reach and engage patients. In this white paper, we examine several ways that hospitals use TVs throughout their facilities to provide critical patient education, improve the patient experience, and support marketing initiatives. Contents: Screens in Hospitals: Improving the Patient Experience Digital Signage: Keeping Patients Informed ...

Webinar: Health Literacy – Social Determinants of Health

Join us for an informative discussion with leading executives in Health Education on the topic of "Health Literacy: Social Determinants of Health". This is the second installment of our Health Literacy webinar series with Roger Reed, Co-Founder of InnovusHealth and Cindy Carson, Head of Business Development & Content Integrations at The Wellness ...

Customer Success: Abbeville General Hospital

Using TVs to Activate and Inform Patients Hospital Background Abbeville General Hospital (AGH) is a 60-bed acute care hospital committed to providing quality healthcare to the community and surrounding areas. AGH is a fully licensed and accredited hospital that meets all requirements of the State of Louisiana and the Joint Commission. Challenge In the ...

Customer Success: University of Texas Medical Branch

Online Diabetes Education Connects Patients During Pandemic  The University of Texas Medical Branch is a public academic health science center in Galveston, Texas. It is part of the University of Texas System. UTMB includes the oldest medical school in Texas and has about 11,000 employees.Challenge:The COVID-19 pandemic forced changes in the way Diabetes ...