Patient Education Engagement
Activating patients throughout their healthcare journey with engagement platforms and award-winning patient education videos and resources.
The Wellness Network is a leading publisher and distributor of patient education. With over 40 years of experience in producing evidence-based patient resources, The Wellness Network has built a reputation for delivering high-quality, engaging and accurate videos, patient instructions, and articles. Our solutions are used by providers across the care continuum in health systems as well as by payers and employers to help meet compliance and financial initiatives, support shared decision-making, and improve patient satisfaction, engagement, and overall health outcomes.
The Wellness Network is known for its commitment to collaboration. Working with national health organization and thought leaders like American Heart Association, American Stroke Association, American Association of Diabetes Educators, American College of Physicians, Joint Commission Resources, Synova Associates, National Perinatal Association, and American Lung Association, we garner critical insight and expertise used to expand our libraries or enhance our technology deliveries to develop impactful solutions that improve patient outcomes. Additionally, we work with additional content publishers like March of Dimes, Health Nuts Media, MedCalm, Preemie Parent Alliance, Veteran’s Health Administration, Joint Commission, ViewMedica, and VUCA Health to offer our customers a single, more seamless content distribution experience.
Whether used individually or bundled together into educational plans, our videos and print resources can be used to effectively support core and quality measures, certification and other compliance initiatives.
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Patient Survey Results
100% of viewers found patient education videos from The Wellness Network educational.
92% of viewers acted on the information suggested in their programs
87% of viewers felt more favorably towards the hospital because they offered this patient education.