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    Connected Wellness

    Empower your patients to better manage their chronic conditions.

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  • Reduce Readmission Rates

    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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    Improve Patient

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

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  • Improve Medication Adherence

    Improve Medication

    Give patients the support they need to manage their illness and be as healthy as they can be.

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  • Improve Patient Outcomes

    Improve Patient

    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 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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  • Posted by January 29th, 2015

    Health Care Needs to Do Things Differently – For The Sake of Competitiveness and Prosperity

    Commenting on Quebec and Ontario’s recent physician negotiations the Globe & Mail’s Andre Picard had this to say, “the provinces and the doctors need to find new ways of doing things … what’s required is a new social contract with

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  • Posted by January 6th, 2015

    “Helping Patients Take Charge of Their Chronic Illnesses” – New Blog Series On Achieving Value by Empowering Patients

    Fifteen years ago the value of empowering patients with chronic disease was articulated succinctly in the Journal for Family Practice Management. Healthcare leaders have long strived to shift the paradigm of patients as ‘passive recipients’ of care to patients as ‘active

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