Improve medication compliance with videos designed to engage and educate patients.
More than one-third of adults in the U.S. struggle with following directions on prescription drug labels and other common health tasks. As a result, many patients don’t take their medications as prescribed. Contributing to this medication misuse is low health literacy, which is linked to a higher risk of emergency room visits, hospitalizations and even death. When used in combination with our HealthClips libraries, our medications offering is a critical tool to drive compliance, improved health literacy, medication adherence and patient satisfaction. Developed by pharmacists, this library is aimed at meeting compliance and driving improved patient satisfaction.
Our medication education videos serve to enhance patient engagement for pharmacists, quality managers, clinicians and other healthcare providers. This is the largest medication library in the market today and covers 90% medications, including the top 200 drugs, ambulatory, specialty, and common medications. Like our HealthClips videos, our medication videos can be used to reduce readmissions, drive patient satisfaction, and help meet accreditation standards. These videos are also available in English and Spanish, are short and concise, and produced at the 5th to 6th grade level.
Our videos cover the most important and common information patients need to know, including:
- What the medication is for
- How to take the medication
- Side effects
- How to get the best results from the medication
To ensure accuracy and consistency, our content team of pharmacists review videos annually and exclusively cite the FDA and NIH in the editorial process.
Our medication library partner, offers the largest library of medication education videos.
Here’s what other hospitals are saying:
“The Wellness Network provides our nurses with the resources they need to supplement patient and family education. It also gives us valuable tools to help us meet some of our regulatory requirements to provide mandated education to our patients.”
“Each program offers excellent information about a patient’s condition and how to manage that condition once they go home. Empowering our patients with that knowledge is so important.”
“The information was concise, informative and personal. It helped me know what questions to ask my doctors.”
“I had a lot of questions about my condition and the programming taught me so much, especially about the medications I was taking.”
“Watching the programming helped me understand more about living well and staying healthy.”
“The programming was extremely informative and opened the door to care options I was unaware of.”
“The programing was both interesting and entertaining. I found it easy to understand and insightful.”