The Patient Better company is an educational program focused on teaching people how to navigate through our post-pandemic digitally based medical landscape more efficiently and effectively.
Through our partners, our research and development team, and the input of hundreds of healthcare professionals, we’ve developed the best health consumer learning program out there. We apply meaningful learning to a true form of patient-centered education so that people have a more successful health experience and outcome throughout their condition’s journey and for the rest of their lives.
Patient Better provides a simple but structured approach to help people learn the details in becoming a more informed health consumer. Thus, reducing the time and costs it takes to govern medical conditions and become a more active participant on the care team.
Research shows that at least 80 million Americans unwittingly suffer from healthcare illiteracy. The astounding consequence of this silent epidemic wreaks havoc on our already strained healthcare system and its ripple effect has an even more profound impact on fellow patients, families, and essentially everyone else to receive or deliver care. Studies also indicate that low health literacy rates are believed to cost the U.S. healthcare system between $106 billion and $238 billion each year. Furthering the average cost per medical care recipient with inadequate and marginal health literacy deemed significantly higher in medications misuse, inpatient as well as outpatient care, hospitalizations, and emergency room visits.
Patient Better recognized and solved this massive pain point by developing a critical public healthcare literacy intervention program. Our program truly moves the needle on improving people’s lives by supplying a much-needed life-skill to learn how to become proficient in healthcare. Indeed, by properly executing a health literacy program into our society, we play a significant role in bettering individuals’ ability to manage care. Additionally, through our extensive health literacy examination, we realized that improving patient proficiency not only improves livelihoods but also significantly reduces healthcare costs and advances medical professionals’ ability to deliver care.
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