Coaching for Activation®

Whether it's

Starting at square one or going for that last goal!

With Coaching for Activation® (CFA), you’ll be ready to guide patients at any level of activation.

When you have a PAM score, the coaching foundation is in place.

Coaching for Activation pairs PAM with condition-specific milestones to provide the right level of support at the right time.

Address Underlying Causes, Not Just Symptoms.

Address Underlying Causes, Not Just Symptoms.

CFA treats the individual, not the disease. Goals and action steps are tailored to each individual by both the condition and activation level.

Start Where Patients Are, Not Where They Could Be.

Start Where Patients Are, Not Where They Could Be.

Individuals low in activation are not capable of achieving all guideline behaviors - yet. CFA’s “learn to swim” model helps coaches set realistic goals that build toward attaining guideline behaviors.

Set Proper Goals For Everyone: Level 1 to Level 4.

Set Proper Goals For Everyone: Level 1 to Level 4.

For the low-activated, CFA builds a foundation of basic self-management skills. As activation increases, goals and skill development challenges become more complex.

Support Chronic Conditions through Behavioral Activation

Support Chronic Conditions through Behavioral Activation

CFA supports the most prevalent chronic conditions through six core areas of self-management behavior including medication adherence, diet and nutrition, and physical activity.

Deliver Specific Support for Specific Health Issues

Deliver Specific Support for Specific Health Issues

Conditions and diseases supported by CFA include asthma, cancer, CAD, CHF, cholesterol, COPD, depression, diabetes, hypertension, schizophrenia and substance abuse, as well as wellness/disease prevention.

Coach Patients To Help Themselves, Which Helps The Bottom Line

Coach Patients To Help Themselves, Which Helps The Bottom Line

Coaching that is tailored to an individual’s capabilities, as defined by a PAM score, can reduce utilization while improving health outcomes.