EdLogics and INTERVENT Announce Partnership

EdLogics, an innovator in game-based learning, and INTERVENT International, a leader in the provision of scientifically-proven health assessments and interventions, have announced a unique strategic partnership that will drive positive health behavior change and reduce disease risk by providing comprehensive, engaging, evidence-based products and services.

Behavioral research has demonstrated that the most effective health promotion is a continuum of processes that begins with awareness, progresses through education and motivation, and ends with interventions.

According to the official announcement, before committing to interventions, individuals typically move through several stages of readiness which involve thought processes that increase knowledge about risk factors and help motivate them to change. These thought processes are critical to driving an individual to begin changing behavior.

Together, EdLogics and INTERVENT cover the full continuum of health promotion through a seamlessly integrated product offering that engages users and achieves sustainable behavior change and positive clinical outcomes. The EdLogics Platform offers a unique approach to consumer health education by combining interactive games and multimedia learning programs with incentivized gamification to create a fun and engaging learning experience. The INTERVENT digital and telehealth coaching programs are evidence-based interventions that have been proven effective in numerous peer-reviewed clinical trials.

“The partnership between INTERVENT and EdLogics brings together a truly unique set of services which will enable us to impact the entire process of behavior change, resulting in higher utilization and engagement, improved health outcomes, and decreased healthcare costs. EdLogics’ innovative game-based learning, gamification strategies, and incentive programs, coupled with INTERVENT’s world-class health assessment and management programs will be a game-changer,” said Thomas M. Chamberlain, PharmD, CEO and founder of EdLogics.

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