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Diabetes patient Engagement system

Research has shown that informed and engaged patients that take a more active role in their own care benefit from improved outcomes. The obstacle has been how to bring the advantages of patient engagement to a busy primary care clinic. PES removes that obstacle with sophisticated information technology powered by complex algorithms.

The PES Diabetes Engagement System is the only Chronic Care Management and Patient Engagement System that is clinically proven to reduce utilization and cost of patients with diabetes. It strengthens the relationship between the provider and the patient, enhances the patient's engagement with their own care, increases the provision of planned care, and reduces the need for expensive emergency services and hospital stays. In a five-year National Institutes of Health (NIH) funded study [pdf], the PES solution achieved savings of more than $2,400 per year, per patient.

  • Average savings of $2,400 per patient per year.
  • Demonstrated ROI of 24:1.
  • Used by major Independent Practice Associations and major national health plans.

  • Reduces inpatient admissions and emergency room visits for patients with chronic disease.
  • Improves clinical outcomes as measured by CMS Five-Star Quality Ratings.
  • URAC best practices award winner.

diabetes engagement and outreach

Letters sent to patients are automatically created and mailed by PES on the letterhead of, and above the signature of, the patient's own physician. No printing, stuffing or posting to slow down a busy practice.

These are examples of communications sent to patients and to providers:

Patient Communications   Provider Communications

Invitation Letter, Alerts, and Reminders

  Flow Sheets, Work Lists, Queries, Population Reports






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