Outcomes

The Canary Health Impact

Our evidence-based digital health self-management programs have proven results.

Participant Engagement

High levels of program enrollment; 90%+ satisfaction; Strong completer rates; Industry best ongoing engagement.

Clinical Efficacy

Demonstrated improvements in A1c, depression, self-efficacy, and weight. Proven reduction in the progression of chronic disease.

Financial ROI

Validated studies show reduced outpatient utilization from disease prevention and reduced inpatient and ER utilization from controlling complications.

Canary Health – Evidence-Based Programs with Proven Outcomes

Canary Health partners with leading researchers from leading institutions such as Stanford University and the University of Pittsburgh to build our digital health self-management programs. We start with evidence-based curriculums such as the Diabetes Prevention Program and the Chronic Disease Self-Management Program. Our experts in consumer engagement and digital tools work with clinicians and researchers to implement our solutions. They are then rigorously tested in both controlled trials and general client rollouts. We take great pride in our demonstrated outcomes including:

  • Weight loss
  • Pain Reduction
  • Reduced A1C
  • Lower Stress Levels
  • Reduced Depression
  • Improved Self-Efficacy
  • Enhanced Physician Communication
  • Prevention of Chronic Diseases
  • Reduction in Utilization
  • Improved Quality of Life

Sample Bibliography

  1. Diabetes Prevention Programs: Effectiveness and Value
  2. Successes of a national study of the chronic disease self-management program: Meeting the triple aim of health care reform
  3. Diabetes Prevention Programs: Effectiveness and Value
  4. Effects of chronic disease self-management programs for participants with higher depression scores: secondary analyses of an on-line and a small-group program
  5. Successes of a national study of the chronic disease self-management program: Meeting the triple aim of health care reform
  6. Articles and Studies – Stanford University’s Chronic Disease Self-Management Program