Sara had never tried a group support program to manage her chronic pain before signing up for a Better Choices, Better Health®(BCBH) online workshop. Over the course of the 6-week workshop, she discovered how group support helped her refocus to better manage her chronic pain.
Samanta is a Caregiver for her husband, a Navy Veteran. Several years after they married, she noticed a change in his behavior. As he became more distant, she grew frustrated and even angry at times. When she discovered the Building Better Caregivers® (BBC) online workshop, she signed up in the hopes it could help her […]
Idena is a Caregiver for her husband, a Vietnam Vet. They struggled to communicate, and went through periods where he simply didn’t want to talk. She would get frustrated when he spoke of the war, because in her mind, it’s long over. But she kept trying; kept building her fortitude and resilience. She even moved […]
When Greg returned from Iraq and Afghanistan with PTSD and serious physical injuries, he had no one to turn to except his ex-wife Rachel. Without hesitation, she stepped into the role of his caregiver, and turned to the VA for support. Her CSC, Amanda, recommended the Building Better Caregivers® program. Watch her courageous story.
Our partners and good friends at mPulse Mobile have interviewed Neal for their series on thought leaders. We have had the good fortune to collaborate with mPulse Mobile for several years and gain so much from their leadership in the SoCal ecosystem and much beyond. Watch Neal’s piece from mPulse.
Neal Kaufman, Chief Medical Officer, Canary Health, recently presented at the Right Care Initiative, a public-private partnership working to improve clinical outcomes for adults with chronic conditions within California. Neal discussed digital therapeutics, the implications for modern health practice, and the role increasing self-efficacy plays in improving outcomes. He also presented Better Choices, Better Health® and […]
Watch this short video where participant Bill Bateman describes how the Better Choices, Better Health® (BCBH) workshop helped him realize he was not alone in not sleeping well. This realization and the group tips and support made the difference in helping him improve this so important behavior.
While at the 2018 ADA Scientific Sessions, the ADA had a chance to catch up with Canary Health’s CMO, Neal Kaufman. The question posed to him: What are the most urgent needs in diabetes care? Be sure to listen in to his response and others, as they answer this very important question regarding patient care.
How do digital therapeutic programs work? How does self-management support uniquely drive engagement and improved outcomes? How can digital therapeutic programs complement condition management and population health initiatives? What would it take for my organization to get this impact? These critical questions and others are conclusively answered in this webinar highlighting the digital therapeutics self-management […]
Chief Medical Officer Neal Kaufman, MD, MPH and Paul Campbell, Chief Product Officer, Canary Health, presented at the Medtronic booth at this years ADA Scientific Sessions. Through the presentation of Canary Health’s Better Choices, Better Health® proven digital, 6 week, peer-to-peer self-management support service, and their results, the presentation highlights the ever changing landscape (and […]
REGISTER NOW Webinar Dates & Times: Wednesday, August 15th at 3pm EST, Noon PST Tuesday, August 21st at Noon EST, 9am PST Better Choices, Better Health® – Improves Outcomes and Reduces Healthcare Utilization and Cost How do digital therapeutic programs work? How does self-management support uniquely drive engagement and improved outcomes? How can digital therapeutic […]
CEO Adam Kaufman and Health 2.0 founder Matthew Holt discuss the origins of Canary Health and our approach to self-care and condition management. To review the health outcomes of the program in the largest peer-reviewed study-to-date of a digital health self-management program, see below: *For the most recent updates to the Journal of Medical […]