Give Your Patients

the Personal

Support They Need

Train your doctors, nurses, and staff to guide patients through concerns and anxieties over their treatments and help them change their health behaviors in powerful ways.

Coaching Sessions

Certified coaches meet one-on-one with participants in a virtual coaching room or over the phone to discuss treatments and walk through anxieties in a safe and confidential environment.

Digital Base Camp

Patients gain access to a library of digital resources that they can use before and after coaching sessions to continue to develop their understanding of their role in their treatments and overall health.

Training and Development

Train your assistants, nurses, and staff members to be patient-centered coaches by completing our coaches training, a unique learning experience that includes a live workshop, coaching sessions, and a digital base camp full of personalized resources.

In today’s fast-paced clinical world, it’s challenging to find extra time to offer patients the personal support they need to fully engage in treatments and their health. Our patient coaching strategies change the game and give your patients someone they can lean on to support them through challenging treatments.


50% of patients leave primary care visits without completely understanding what their doctor told them. (1)


9% of patients participate in shared decision making, which has been associated with improved outcomes. (2)

50% / 10%

Average adherence rates are 50% for prescribed medications and below 10% for lifestyle changes. (3)

(1) Bodenheimer T. A 63-year-old man with multiple cardiovascular risk factors and poor adherence to treatment plans. JAMA. 2007;298:2048-2055. (2) Braddock CH, Edwards KA, Hasenberg NM, Laidley TL, Levinson W. Informed decision making in outpatient practice. JAMA. 1999;282:2313-2320. (3) Haynes RB, McDonald HP, Garg AX. Helping patients follow prescribed treatment: clinical applications. JAMA. 2002;288:2880-2883. Research provided by American Academy of Family Physicians.

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