The relationship between activation and disease states has been broadly studied, providing important insight into hundreds of patient characteristics — motivators, self-management behaviors, and outcomes. This empirical guidance helps Insignia’s patient support programs effectively engage and move individuals along a continuum of increasing activation.
Condition Study Examples
Is Patient Activation Associated with Future Health Outcomes and Health Care Utilization Among Patients with Diabetes? Journal of Ambulatory Can Management. Vol. 32 2009. Study
Beyond 50.09. Chronic Care: A Call to Action for Healthcare Reform. AARP Public Policy Institute, April 2009. Study
Is Patient Activation associated with better Outcomes for Persons with Diabetes? American Public Health Association, 133rd Annual Meeting Abstract
Is Patient Activation associated with better Outcomes for Persons with Persistent Asthma? APHA 134th Annual Meeting, November 2006 Abstract
Is Patient Activation associated with better health outcomes for Adults with Cardiovascular disease? 13th Annual HMO Research Network Conference, March 2007 Abstract
Patient Activation and Adherence to Physical Therapy in Persons Undergoing Spine Surgery. Spine. Oct 2008. Study
Translating Primary Care Practice Climate into Patient Activation: The Role of Patient Trust in Physician. Medical Care. 46 (8), August 2008. Abstract
The Impact of A Patient Activation Measure on Asthma Outcomes: A Pilot Study. Chest, October 2007 Abstract
Validation of the Patient Activation Measure (PAM) in a Multiple Sclerosis Clinic Sample and Implications for Care. Disability and Rehabilitation, August 2010.