Engage patients throughout their healthcare journey with evidence-based patient education.
The foundation of our education offering is HealthClips. With more than 1,800 videos and printable resources, HealthClips covers 17 clinical and therapeutic areas and education is told through patient stories.
Our content is developed to meet specific health system needs, from disease prevention and treatment to patient safety and long-term disease management. HealthClips programs are designed to help a patient navigate a condition or procedure from initial discussion or diagnosis through treatment, discharge, rehabilitation, and recovery.
Every HealthClip is developed using national guidelines and is clinically reviewed by our Medical Advisory Board to ensure the information presented is current, compliant, and actionable. Our award-winning library relies on real patients and clinicians—not actors—to ensure relatability. Additionally, HealthClips:
Includes comprehensive metadata, comprehension questions, and teachbacks to help clinical staff ensure patients get the most from their education.
Is produced in English & Spanish at a 5th grade literacy level.
Can be fully integrated into subscriber sites to map against their clinical protocols.
Offers bilingual transcripts of every video asset.
Offers clear learning objectives for every video.
Can be mapped to ICD10 codes.
Can be mapped to Joint Commission Core Measures.
HealthClips libraries are also offered in targeted solutions that can be easily integrated into established workflow through a variety of platforms, and are based on clinical initiatives. These bundles can be used in education plans, including customized education plans designed by systems or as a stand-alone education plans designed by our content team.
Since the acquisition of Milner-Fenwick, we have been committed to ongoing enhancements and updates to our video libraries, not only replacing existing videos with new production, but extending our resources to provide relevant and meaningful education that extends across the care continuum. Our content is reviewed on a biennial basis, and we have committed to updating the content to have a fully HD (high-definition) library by 2022.