Silver Fern's proprietary chronic disease management platform combines our deep behavior medicine expertise with a state-of-the-art digital platform to provide chronic care management teams with tools and insights to improve health outcomes for people with chronic diseases.
For each chronic disease state, Silver Fern's chronic care management platform includes:
Deploying Silver Fern's proprietary platform is simple. Our products are highly scalable and designed for easy integration into existing clinical workflows, applications, and digital platforms. Silver Fern products are available now for licensing, and we offer customized packages to meet clients' requirements and goals.
Robust patient engagement is essential to long-term, successful management of chronic disease. Compared to the best in-person CDC programs, clinical care teams using Silver Fern's platform drove a 7x increase in participant engagement and an ~2x increase in participants achieving their physical activity and weight-loss goals over a year-long, behaviorally enriched Diabetes Prevention Program. This was accomplished through authentic participant engagement, rather than a punitive or incentive-based structure to compel behavior change.
Improving health outcomes is necessary in order to reduce the total cost of care. Following adoption of Silver Fern's diabetes toolset, chronic care management teams helped patients achieve clinically significant improvements in diabetes control and psychosocial outcomes. Clinicians using our chronic care management platform improved their effectiveness and reported higher levels of satisfaction.
"I am extremely impressed by the platform created by Silver Fern Healthcare. There is finally movement and recognition of the importance of assessing and addressing social determinants and behavioral and emotional health issues when managing a complex condition like type 2 diabetes.
"I recommend the platform for any health system, health plan or disease management program hoping to improve diabetes outcomes by addressing individual patient barriers to care."