Activation is Essential

We see the remarkable power of health activation in everything we do. It’s inspiring and serves as a constant reminder of our mission: To help individuals become better managers of their health and healthcare.

The Patient Activation Measure® (PAM®) suite of tools from Insignia Health is proven to:

  • Strengthen risk-identification and improve predictive modeling
  • Reduce avoidable hospital and emergency department utilization
  • Personalize support to improve patient self-management behaviors
  • Improve patient outcomes and elevate patient satisfaction

Selected by CMS as a MACRA performance improvement measure for beneficiary engagement.

Endorsed by the National Quality Forum (NQF), supported by NCQA and meets URAC criteria.

Adopted by NHS England for system-wide use within clinics, hospitals and social services.

Two decades of patient activation research and applied science anchor our proven solutions to improve self-management, reduce unnecessary utilization and achieve better health outcomes.

PAM is the foundation of effective health coaching:

PAM really helps by showing us which patients are in real need of help and helping coaches decide where to start the education process.

Dr. Jane Brock, Medical Director, Telligen

PAM can help reduce hospital readmissions:

Patient Activation is really the key to what we are doing. I can’t imagine doing coaching without getting some idea of where the patient is in terms of their level of activation. It really helps us target the intervention.

Christy Bond, Director, Crouse Hospital in Syracuse, NY

PAM helps NHS England toward its goal of patient self-management

The Patient Activation Measure helps to break down the traditional divide between patient and professional which has prevented this in the past, while ensuring that those who need the most support receive it. 

Anu Singh, Director for Patient and Public Participation and Insight, NHS England

Empowering NHS patients to improve their health and wellbeing

PAM helps [the Extensive Care Service] to be more aware of a patient’s ability and willingness to manage their health and wellbeing. This ensures that patients who are likely to be easily overwhelmed are not overloaded with information, and any goals set are achievable and small successes are built on. 

Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Aug 3, 2017

Caradigm Adds Insignia Health’s Patient Activation Measure Survey into Its Care Management Solution

Caradigm, a GE Healthcare company and leader in enterprise population health, today announced the integration of Insignia Health’s Patient Activation Measure® (PAM®) self-management survey into Caradigm’s Care Management solution to help large integrated delivery networks, academic medical centers, government facilities and community hospitals gain better results in clinical outcomes while reducing costs.

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Jun 21, 2017

From GP View: How do we reclaim GP's core role in long-term condition management?

​Dr. Ollie Hart, a GP partner in Sheffield at the Sloan Medical Center, shares his thoughts​ on how the Patient Activation Measure® (PAM®) survey should be used to embed Person-Centerd Care into daily practice with patients. ​Dr. Hart also works for NHS Sheffield as a clinical commissioner, leading projects in person-centered care and physical activity.

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These healthcare organizations are among the leaders

using PAM-based solutions to improve activation across their populations

Caradigm
MGMA
National Health Service (NHS) - England
Priority Health
Fairview
Monroe Plan for Medical Care
Johns Hopkins HealthCare LLC
Kaiser Permanente
CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield
Providence Health Plan
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Tennessee
Moda Health
American Specialty Health
Blue Shield of California
Abbvie
Tufts Health Plan Medicare Preferred
UnitedHealth Group
St. Luke's Health System