Health Dialog Announces Shared Decision Making Webinar in Conjunction with AHIP

From Theory to Practice: Implementing Shared Decision Making at the Point of Care

Health Dialog Announces Shared Decision Making Webinar in Conjunction with AHIP

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In today’s tumultuous health care environment, physicians and patients are increasingly concerned with having the right information about treatment options. Healthcare professionals and payers agree that one way to improve quality and reduce costs is for patients to become more active participants in their own healthcare. Shared Decision Making empowers people to make better decisions and to become more informed consumers through discussions with providers around treatment preferences directly at the point of care. Properly planned and executed, Shared Decision Making will be critical to moving provider practices forward as they strive to comply with reform expectations, deliver more accountable care, and achieve recognition as Patient Centered Medical Homes (PCMHs).

To assist practices with this initiative, Health Dialog is hosting a that will focus on critical success factors and best practices for integrating Shared Decision Making at the point of care. Dr. Peter Goldbach, Chief Medical Officer at Health Dialog, will address:

For more information about the webinar including information about registration please visit .

Health Dialog Services Corporation is a leading provider of healthcare analytics and decision support. The firm is a private, wholly-owned subsidiary of Bupa, a global provider of healthcare services. Health Dialog helps healthcare payors improve healthcare quality while reducing overall costs. Company offerings include health coaching for medical decisions, chronic conditions, and wellness; population analytic solutions; and consulting services. Health Dialog helps individuals participate in their own healthcare decisions, develop more effective relationships with their physicians, and live healthier, happier lives. For more information, visit .

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