Project RED Doctor Joins TeleHealth Services as Strategic Clinical Advisor

TeleHealth Services, the nation’s leading provider of interactive patient engagement solutions, announced today that Brian W. Jack, MD, has been added as a strategic clinical advisor for the company.

From the provided release:

As professor and chair of the Department of Family Medicine, Boston University School of Medicine, Dr. Jack will lend his clinical experience and research around patient engagement and discharge processes to TeleHealth’s development and marketing teams. He was the research leader for Project RED (Re-Engineered Discharge) that has transformed hospital discharge processes around the world. This research has been widely recognized, with Dr. Jack receiving the 2013 Peter F. Drucker Award for Non-Profit Innovation.

“It is an honor and privilege to work with Dr. Jack and extend his highly acclaimed research to help design next-generation interactive patient engagement solutions that impact patient behavior and meet the needs of all healthcare facilities large and small,” said TeleHealth Services Vice President of Product Development Richard Bootes. “He is a thought leader whose evidence-based research demonstrates that patient behavior can be changed by appealing to motivational drivers and providing a personal health coach to keep the patient on track.”

“Collaborating with TeleHealth Services is a tremendous opportunity to expand our research and influence future interactive patient engagement systems that can help hospitals improve care for millions of patients,” Dr. Jack said in this morning’s release.

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