• NexJ Connected Wellness

    NexJ
    Connected Wellness


    Cloud-based population health management delivering patient engagement for chronic disease management.



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  • Reduce Readmission Rates

    Reduce
    Readmission Rates


    Improve transitions in care with patient-friendly care plans that patients can share with their family, friends, and advocates.



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  • NexJ Health Pro

    Improve Patient
    Understanding


    Teach patients about their conditions and treatments in a way that improves understanding and retention.



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  • Improve Medication Adherence

    Improve Medication
    Adherence


    Provide on-going support for patient populations to fill their prescriptions, take their pills, and order refills as prescribed.



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  • Improve Patient Outcomes

    Improve Patient
    Outcomes


    Provide patients with the support they need to manage their chronic conditions and achieve their health & wellness goals.



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NexJ Health BLOG

  • Posted by June 19th, 2015

    Fitbit or FIT shares for Dad this Father’s Day?

    With Fitbit stock soaring to a 52% gain on its first day of trading, should kids be getting Dad an actual Fitbit, or a few NYSE:FIT shares for this Father’s Day? The IPO raised $732 million in one day, taking

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  • Posted by June 16th, 2015

    Patient Engagement for Cancer Survivors (and wearing ‘Plaid For Dad’)

    North American health systems have invested billions upon billions of dollars in Health IT that supports formal clinical services. These investments might be optimizing clinical efficiency and, hopefully, improving patient safety. But health systems still need to increase investment in

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  • Posted by February 4th, 2015

    Family Docs Urged To Do More to Manage Obesity

    New national guidelines from the Canadian Task Force for Preventative Health Care were published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal last week. The guidelines urge physicians to track patient’s body mass index (BMI) and strongly recommend prescribing “behavioural interventions” to

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