Gain greater clarity, take charge and take better care of yourself through more productive healthcare visits.
Educational materials that are easy to understand, web-based and paper information, workshops and skill-building tools to help you identify, prioritize and communicate your needs and concerns to your caregivers so you can get the care you deserve.
When you’re coping with illness, particularly chronic illness, it’s difficult in so many ways.
Despite all the challenges, how can you better manage your condition over time and between healthcare visits? How can you minimize the stress of appointments?
Samepage presentations and tools help you get the most from your interactions with healthcare providers. You’ll be able to understand ‘doctor's orders’, so you leave your appointments feeling good, not frustrated. And with improved communication skills and understanding, you’ll be empowered to take better charge of your health.
Take advantage of our tools and information.
Our Samepage tools are designed to help you focus on and prioritize the issues you would like to be covered during your healthcare visits.
You'll be better prepared, less stressed and get the care you deserve from your healthcare provider.
Our Ask and Tell Gallery brings you the knowledge, understanding and action items you need to get you in sync for better communication and better healthcare. VisitPrep helps you match your appointment issues with the aspects of care you are looking for from your healthcare team.
Our web-based and paper planning guides, tools, and educational materials allow you to quickly access the information you need and don’t take a lot of time to use. But they do help give you more time where and when it truly counts.
You'll benefit from:
Better self-care [more]
A stronger patient-provider relationship will help you understand and follow care regimens.
Better coping [more]
Better patient-provider communication will lead to better coping with illness and help you achieve better control of symptoms and pain.
Health improvements [more]
Health measures, such as improved glucose control in individuals with diabetes, or lower blood pressure in people with hypertension, can result from improved patient-provider communication.
I sure could have used this information earlier in my lifetime as I have spent 70 years coming to this knowledge - sometimes painfully.