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Case Study: Chronic Care Model Impacts Self-Care, ER Visits, and Costs

Engaging Members Through Digital Health Platform Impacts Self-Care, ER Visits, and Healthcare Costs With approximately half of the people living with diabetes not achieving glycemic targets, the need for better self-management is urgent. Real-time support powered by technology could be key to improving daily self-care and engagement. LifeScan, a world leader in blood glucose monitoring

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Case Study: Scaling Chronic Care, Driving Better Outcomes

The BlueStar® Diabetes Platform Takes Patient Self-Management to the Next Level Type 2 diabetes disproportionately affects vulnerable populations, and poor management increases the risk of premature death, according to studies. Health systems need new tools for patients to access care remotely so they can improve self-management and impact health outcomes. One of the country’s largest safety

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Whitepaper: Digital Health: Now and Next

Embrace Digital Health With 5 Strategies to Overcome Adoption Barriers Policy support. Evidence-based efficacy. Integration of artificial intelligence. These are some of the advances fueling the transformative era of digital health. In this white paper, Moving Digital Health to the Mainstream: 5 Strategies to Transform Care, Welldoc presents the key enablers to overcome barriers to the

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Whitepaper: Moving Digital Health to the Mainstream

We released a new whitepaper – Digital Health: Now and Next – that outlines a framework to clearly delineate digital health solutions that are grounded in clinical evidence and categorized as SaMD (software as a medical device).  These solutions are very different from commercially available consumer wellness apps, which can include anything from sleep trackers

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The Power of Integrated Peer Support and Digital Health

Welldoc continues to study how best integrate digital health solutions into care models. A collaborative study, Complementarity of Digital Health and Peer Support: “This Is What’s Coming,” was undertaken by Welldoc and Dr. Edwin Fisher PhD of University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill along with Peers for Progress and Vanguard Medical Group. The focus was to assess the effectiveness of the Welldoc solution and peer support in providing health management and education for adults with Type 2 Diabetes in a primary care group practice setting.

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Study Findings: Moving the Dial in Lowering and Controlling A1C

Truven Health Analytics, part of the IBM Watson Health company business, conducted an analysis for Welldoc by using the MarketScan Research Databases, a family of research data sets that fully integrate de-identified patient-level health data, productivity, laboratory results, health risk assessments, hospital discharges, electronic medical records, and morbidity data into data available for healthcare research.

Data are contributed by large employers, managed care organizations, hospitals, electronic-medical-record providers, and Medicare and Medicaid programs. Findings are based on an analysis of commercial and Medicare consumers within the MarketScan databases. Truven Health researchers created a complex, custom algorithm and applied it to the MarketScan data. Welldoc also applied the Truven Health findings to previous research it conducted about the Welldoc BlueStar solution’s ability to lower and control A1C.

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