Technology Platform Harnesses Persuasive Mechanics to Deliver Patient Engagement with Real Behavior Changes
October 13, 2015 (San Diego, CA) – HealthAware, headquartered in Denver, CO, announced today the launch of it’s newest technology program, Kare-N® , at HIMSS’s Patient Engagement Summit. HealthAware is a behavioral change company focused on the patient journey: from beginning to end.
Kare-N® delivers innovative health programs and interventions via mobile devices or email that provide a framework for the development of healthy habits and emotional support. The Kare-N® program responds to patient risk factors and compliance needs by delivering custom prompts that support patients habit changes. The programs feature evidence-based content, affective and emotional support, and nuanced use of game mechanics to drive patient engagement, feedback loops, and positive emotions.
“By developing positive emotions, building confidence, reducing social isolation and improving behavioral outcomes, the program is designed to activate patients and provide a sustainable framework for behavior change,” said Greg Gossett, CEO & founder of HealthAware. “We know that healthcare systems are looking for answers to the question: how do we get patients to take on self-management of their own healthcare? This program answers the question.”
“Those in the healthcare industry know that education alone is not enough. Patients understand what they need to do but are often powerless in changing their own behaviors in order to accomplish healthier lifestyles,” said Chuck Mitchell, chief product officer at HealthAware. “These programs combine effective elements of evidence based clinical care, habit frameworks and game mechanics in a way that gives consumers and patients the best chance for success.”
To find out more, go to www.healthaware.com.
HealthAware is a behavioral change company focused on patient management across the care continuum. Passionate about helping people make choices and form behaviors to stay healthy, HealthAware’s products support participants whether choosing providers or following post-acute care programs. Founded in 2004, HealthAware is located in Denver, Colorado. Find out more at www.healthaware.com.