Provide Engaging Patient Education and Meet Meaningful Use Objectives
Enhance patient education with A.D.A.M.'s award-winning content
Customizable feature to include organization's information
Meet Joint Commission standards for plain language and available information
Instantly access thousands of clinically accurate articles with actionable and patient-centric
Maximize patient education with detailed explanations, color images and illustrations
Meets Meaningful Use Stage 2 objectives
Customize organization information, clinician notes, and print articles on-demand
The continuum of care begins with the educated patient. Ensure that your patients
are provided with actionable, patient-centric health content that will make them
more aware of their symptoms, medical conditions, and treatment options - before,
during and after care.
A.D.A.M. provides a responsive end-to-end patient education solution combining award-winning
images and illustrations alongside robust medical content to give patients an engaging
learning experience. The patient education articles are written by leading medical
experts and reviewed to meet health literacy guidelines and Meaningful Use Stage
2 objectives. Combined with A.D.A.M.'s medical content assets, the patient education
articles are designed to provide the right amount of easy-to-understand information
without overwhelming the patient or their families.
Patient education articles can be easily customized to include clinician notes,
the organization logo and contact information.
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URAC, an independent, nonprofit organization, is a well-known leader in promoting
healthcare quality through its accreditation, education, and measurement programs.
The Certification Commission for Health Information Technology (CCHIT) was founded
in 2004 through a collaboration of three health IT associations – HIMSS, the American
Health Information Management Association (AHIMA), and The National Alliance for
Health Information Technology (since dissolved) – to respond to a U.S. federal government
goal to provide most Americans with EHRs within 10 years, thereby enabling the transformation
of healthcare with information technology.
HON was founded to encourage the dissemination of quality health information for
patients and professionals and the general public, and to facilitate access to the
latest and most relevant medical data through the use of the internet.
Our In Depth Reports are designed for health information seekers looking for more comprehensive and detailed information about common chronic diseases and wellness issues like cholesterol, lung cancer, heart disease and smoking.