Opportunities and Barriers in Telemedicine: Insights from the 2018 Telemed Leadership Forum

Washington, D.C. (April 4, 2018) – One of the great advantages of telemedicine is in its power to reduce barriers that often come with seeking face-to-face care. For the patient, there’s the financial and time costs of traveling to the office and sitting in the waiting room. For the doctor, there’s the cost of no-shows and limited capacity. Face-to-face care will …

On.Demand: Diabetes Management Around the Clock

When holiday weekends roll around, people are busy finalizing plans for upcoming celebrations; the furthest thing on anyone’s mind is finding last-minute healthcare. Fortunately for participant Sofia,* the On.Demand diabetes management program played a key role in helping save her life when she was experiencing a high blood sugar reading. She received an intervention from Katie,* an Envolve PeopleCare health …

On.Demand webinar breakthroughs

Three Breakthroughs Revealed During our Diabetes Management Webinar

Farmington, CT (April 26, 2017) – Did you miss our Treat People Not Populations webinar that took place on April 19? Fortunately, you can stream it here to discover how On.Demand is transforming diabetes management trends. Don’t miss these three key breakthroughs! While mHealth is revolutionizing the healthcare industry, are you choosing to respond or resist? Dr. Jeremy Corbett, Chief Health …

The Future of Diabetes Care

3 Ways You Might be Missing Out on the Future of Diabetes Care

Farmington, CT (April 5, 2017) – Healthcare is changing, perhaps faster than any other major worldwide industry—no more so than in diabetes care. If you blink, you’re likely to miss major advancements that could dramatically affect outcomes and bottom lines. There are three aspects of the industry that are witnessing the greatest change: Mobile health, or what the World Health …

Additional Support with On.Demand

Behavior Change Starts with Real Support

Farmington, CT (March 15, 2017) – Kamesha realized this first-hand from her experience on the mHealth On.Demand team. Kamesha is on the intervention side of the On.Demand program. She receives alerts when members need outreach, and responds to them with educational materials, tips to improve, and more. As Magnolia Health Plan saw over a one year time period, members simply …

On. Demand vs. Traditional Diabetes Management

Disrupting Diabetes Management

Traditional models may fail to drive plan compliance, increase costs and cause confusion for the individual. Our solution is designed to reach individuals in real-time through an advanced automatic cloud that triggers intervention, such as targeted materials and one-on-one coaching. Through high-tech, easy-to-use devices we are able to drive daily compliance, improve outcomes, reduce waste and drive down costs. Learn …