pes SOLUTION VALIDATED BY PEER REVIEWED RESEARCH
The PES solution for diabetes demonstrated effectiveness in a National Institutes of Health (NIH) funded study that verified care process improvements.
SEE THE 2004 NIH STUDY
2009 FOLLOW-UP: IMPROVED PATIENT CARE AND LOWER COSTS
What's News at PES?
Patient Engagement Systems is competing for one of 20 Chase Mission Main Street Grants. If we win we will put the grant to good use, speeding the development of our proven technology, and making our services available to help more patients with diabetes and kidney disease. Please vote for us. Enter "Patient Engagement Systems" into the search box, and click "Vote."
PES Announces Care Management Web Portal
It's a new tool that's easy to use and provides care managers and others with timely, accurate and actionable information not otherwise available.
PES and AllazoHealth Merge Tool Suites
It's a partnership of complementary technologies: PES drives patient engagement while AllazoHealth anticipates patients most likely to not take perscribed medications.
RAND Study Reinforces Value of Patient Engagement
According to a RAND study published online on March 17, 2014 in JAMA Internal Medicine, improving the coordination of care for elderly patients with chronic diseases reduces costs, use of health services, and complications.
The Integrated Healthcare Association (IHA) is a nonprofit organization that engages with all healthcare stakeholders to promote collaboration. Active throughout California, the association promotes quality improvement, accountability, and affordability.
HIMSS is a global, cause-based, not-for-profit organization focused on better health through information technology (IT). HIMSS leads efforts to optimize health engagements and care outcomes using information technology.
PES was awarded Bronze Honors for Best Practices in Health Care Consumer Empowerment and Protection from URAC, the nation's leading accreditation organization. This award recognizes achievements of organizations that are effectively advancing the role of consumers as active participants in health care through Consumer Decision-Making.
Find more details in the press release.