PDHI Launches Diabetes Management Health Action Plan
Bernardsville, NJ, August 7, 2013. Protocol Driven Healthcare, Inc. (PDHI) has added Diabetes Management to the ConXus Steps health action plan library. This online program helps people with diabetes live healthfully and prevent complications through better blood sugar control, lifestyle choices, and support networks. The Diabetes Management action plan can be used as a self-paced learning module or in conjunction with ConXus Direct for health coaches delivering managed programs.
“This latest addition to our action plan library provides an engaging educational experience that supports a lifestyle-based approach to condition management,” said PDHI President Jennifer Jolley. “With rising rates of chronic disease, clients are looking for a population health management solution that is built around the individual’s overall health and wellness goals, not just the condition. Next in line for release is a module for managing heart disease.”
ConXus Steps action plans have received Health Information Products (HIP) 2 Certification from the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA). The ConXus Steps library also includes action plans for healthy eating, weight management, physical activity, stress management, depression, diabetes prevention, heart disease prevention, risky drinking, smoking cessation, and financial wellness.
Other products within the ConXus application suite include:
- Profile — health risk assessment
- Biometrics — biometric data management
- Connection — workplace challenges and wellness events
- Health — integrated health record
PDHI is a technology services organization that develops and distributes the ConXus Platform for delivering workplace wellness and population health management programs. ConXus solutions are scalable and flexible, driving process efficiency and project control for clients. PDHI’s open-systems approach features extensive administrative tools and user interfaces for client portal environments. PDHI clients include wellness providers, accountable-care organizations, large employers, third-party administrators, hospital systems, and health plans.