Sustaining patient engagement in chronic condition management
Go-to-Guides on tablet

Virtual care visits are expected to soar to more than 1 billion this year, including 900 million visits related to COVID-19.1

Encourage patients to become more involved in managing their chronic conditions—beyond their telehealth visits—with interactive, easy-to-navigate Go-to-Guides from Krames. Topics include: 

  • After a stroke: A guide for stroke recovery and prevention
  • Living well with asthma
  • Living well with chronic lung disease
  • Living well with diabetes
  • Living well with heart disease
  • Living well with heart failure

Patients can easily access Go-to-Guides via web link and share additional health education provided with family and caregivers.

508 compliant features for any learning style

With Go-to-Guides, your patients can learn about their disease in way that works best for them, including:

Audio voiceover of text

 

Rollover text that explains words and phrases in everyday language

 

Videos that give visuals of physiology and other medical concepts    Quizzes to verify learning at the end of each chapter

Audio voiceover of text

 

Rollover text that explains words and phrases in everyday language

 

Videos that give visuals of physiology and other medical concepts

 

Quizzes to verify learning at the end of each chapter

Living Well with DiabetesA digital experience with a personal touch

Our Go-to-Guides are customizable based on your organization and patient needs, offering:

Branding feature - Add your logo to every page of the guide to promote your organization and reinforce your brand.

Patient personalization - Enable your patients to personalize their action plans and logs within the guide as desired and print as needed.

Spanish options - Offer both the digital and print guides in Spanish or English

 
Submit your information and you will be contacted within 48 hours to discuss implementing an annual Go-to-Guides license
Or order these titles in print form:
After a Stroke Living Well with Asthma Living Well with Chronic Lung Disease
Living Well with Diabetes Living Well with Heart Disease Living Well with Heart Failure

 

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