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.
The Power of Patient Activation: eBook from Lash Group/AmerisourceBergen
Lash Group examines historic approaches to improving non-adherence, methods for measuring adherence tendencies and how to improve adherence by combining measurement and patient engagement.
According to Lash, improving adherence with targeted patient support begins with understanding a patient’s activation level and the unique adherence barriers the patient faces throughout the treatment journey. Such an approach will trigger proper behavioral changes and involve the patient in his or her own care.
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Patient Activation tagged as one of the three Top Healthcare Trends of 2018
As 2018 draws to a close, healthcare professionals reflect on lessons learned and trends passed that can in some way shape their paths forward in the new year. Topping those trends are the role of nurse communication, patient activation, and patient motivation in value-based care according to Patient Engagement HIT, an online healthcare publication.
As providers continue to face payments that hinge on positive patient outcomes, they need patients to participate in their own wellness plans. But how can providers measure the extent to which patients are activated in care?Read More