Evidence for Change: Interactive Adherence Interventions in Long-Term Medications
Wednesday, July 27, 2022
Dr. Kate Perry, our Group Behavioral Science Director, discusses a recent systematic review of the current state of “interactive” eHealth interventions across long-term medications and specific strategies that have the most impact on adherence.
Case study: Going beyond medication to support patients with lipid disorder
Thursday, April 28, 2022
Results Matter: Atlantis Health designed an omnichannel patient support program for people living with a lipid disorder.
Case study: Supporting patients with narcolepsy to stay on treatment
Thursday, April 14, 2022
People living with narcolepsy need to follow a complex medication plan, track symptoms, and assess progress with their healthcare team. Atlantis Health developed an innovative, evidence-based app to support effective management of these important health behaviors.
Case study: Improving effectiveness of nurse-led patient support
Wednesday, March 9, 2022
Nurse-led telephone follow-ups to patients continue to be an effective method to support treatment adherence and improve patient outcomes. However, the power of
the call is in the quality of the conversation between nurse and patient.
Evidence for Change: Effective Medication Adherence Strategies
Thursday, February 17, 2022
Dr. Kate Perry summarizes a research review looking at effective strategies to improve adherence to cardiovascular disease medications, which are also relevant to the development of adherence interventions for any long-term health condition.
Evidence for Change: Self-tracking and mindset
Thursday, December 9, 2021
This issue focuses on the impact of mindset and how to enhance the self-tracking device experience for better engagement.
Evidence for Change: Health literacy
Friday, September 3, 2021
This first issue of our Evidence for Change series provides a brief, evidence-based overview of key behavioral science research that Atlantis Health applies in support of patients to achieve optimal health outcomes.
This issue looks at health literacy and the importance of considering this in developing effective support solutions for people living with long-term conditions.