The Patient Activation Measure® (PAM®) anchors our health activation model and suite of resources to:
- Strengthen risk-identification and improve predictive modeling
- Personalize support to improve patient self-management behaviors
- Improve patient outcomes and elevate patient satisfaction
Selected as a MACRA performance improvement measure for beneficiary engagement.
Adopted by NHS England for system-wide use within clinics, hospitals and social services.
Drive success in value-based care by improving care transitions and reducing preventable admissions.
Better identify risk, allocate resources more effectively and strengthen cost control programs.
Understand patient self-management capabilities to better tailor coaching support for each individual.
Understand how patient activation directly affects medication and treatment adherence to improve patient outcomes.
Join us! May 1 in Birmingham England for our Patient Activation Seminar
Insignia Health is hosting a free seminar: Patient Activation as a Catalyst for Improved & Sustainable Health Outcomes from 10am - 4pm on 1 May 2019 at the lovely Birmingham Botanical Gardens in Birmingham, England.
Key presenters include — James Sanderson, Director of Personalised Care for NHS England — Katie Goulding, Organization Development Facilitator of Extensive Care Services for Blackpool Teaching Hospitals — Emma Jupp, Project Manager for East Sussex County Council — Sandra Akintola, Clinical Project Lead and for Bristol Community Health — Dr. Ollie Hart from Sheffield CCG
Join us for an exciting and informative event!Read More
PAM and Social Determinants of Health
Our new whitepaper explores how patient activation may be a mediating factor between social determinants of health (SDoH) and health outcomes. Although we do not have data on all potential connections between SDoH and patient activation, we do have evidence suggesting that higher activation may lessen the impact of SDoH, while lower activation may worsen the impact of SDoH.Read More