Offering relevant, non-branded interventions that are based on the most recent clinical research and findings is an example of how Lilly seeks to meet the needs of patients.
"Tools that Empower is part of Lilly's commitment to our customers to help reduce patient risk and create an environment of continuous improvement for patient care," said Jack Bailey, vice president, Lilly's Business to Business division. "The NCQA certification validates the helpful tools provided by the program."
Disease Management Certification is based on a review of disease management content - such as printed, electronic and in-person methods for working with patients and practitioners - according to clinical guidelines. NCQA has reviewed and certified Lilly's Program Design capability. For complete details on the scope of this review, visit http://www.lilly.com.
Lilly also offers several other NCQA Design Certified programs as part of its ongoing commitment to improving patient safety and quality. They include:
-- Tools That Empower(TM) Diabetes Management Program, a robust diabetes
disease management program that contains more than 20 best-in-class
tools and resources for care managers and diabetes program directors.
-- HealthInsights for Women, a disease management program that targets
women 30 years and older about disease risk factors, and inspires them
to make behavior changes that can lead to better health.
-- Health Evaluator for Lilly Partners (HELP), a comprehensive,
interactive online resource for patients that is flexible, customizable
-- Expanding Views: Achieving more with ADHD, reinf
|SOURCE Eli Lilly and Company|
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