STI works

Symptom Targeted Intervention (STI) is an evidence based clinical program and practitioner toolkit. STI improves patient and provider engagement and clinical outcomes and saves health care dollars.

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Proven Results.

Improvements in engagement, hospitalization rates and quality of life.

82%

82% engagement rate with the most difficult / non-adherent patients
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50%

Hospitalization rates decreased by 50% per month after treatments including STI
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72%

72.1% of patients experienced improvements in depression symptoms
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34%

34% of patients experienced improvements in treatment adherence after treatments including STI
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5000 providers in the US, UK, and Canada use STI to help their patients.

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Over 5000 providers in the US, UK, and Canada are using STI in their daily clinical practice

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96.2% of social workers trained in STI would recommend the training
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On a scale from 1 to 5, providers averaged 4.6 for “STI seems to be effective” and 5 for “I am able to implement STI in my setting”

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“STI is the best chance we have at helping patients engage more with their own health care. We’re improving clinical outcomes and saving money by decreasing missed treatments. We are also seeing a decrease in our hospitalization rate.”
Operations Manager, Florida
“The patients really seem to benefit from it. The interventions can be applied to diverse patients in practically any setting. Also, the interventions are easy to explain, both in English and Spanish.”
Social Worker, California

Helps Patients. Reduces Costs.

STI is a structured program and “toolkit” for on-site healthcare providers

PATIENTS

 

STI provides patients concrete tools and strategies.

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CLINICIANS

 

STI enables providers to work to the top of their license.

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HEALTH SYSTEMS

 

STI saves providers money by improving clinical outcomes.

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STI trains providers how to improve patient engagement and outcomes.

4 ENGAGEMENT STYLES

 

We’ve developed clinical processes to help the four patient engagement styles.

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PROTOCOLS (CDS)

 

Clinical Decision Support (CDS) for various problems and patient-centered issues

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BRIEF INTERVENTIONS

 

STI sessions are short and directed, employing evidence-based interventions.

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PATIENT CASE STUDY

31-year-old, single female patient

Pre-STI:

  • Long history of missed treatments
  • Possible addiction to pain medication
  • Reported feelings of isolation, lack of motivation, crying all weekend and oversleeping

Post-STI:

  • Patient has not been readmitted to the hospital
  • After discussing depression and pain medications with nephrologist, switched to non-narcotic pain management
  • Reports feeling better – wearing makeup again, cleaning her house and cooking for friends

“After just four STI sessions, I could see the difference! She appears hopeful about her future and is no longer talking about stopping dialysis, which in my mind is the greatest feat thus far.”

–Clinic Social Worker

 

“I see the effectiveness of these interventions and finally feel equipped with tools that can positively impact patients’ quality of life. STI is really helping my patients and as a result is improving my job satisfaction.”
Social Worker, California
“The improvements are dramatic. One patient’s family noticed the positive changes, and asked if she was on a new drug. This patient is now coming to dialysis, taking her medications and has only missed one treatment the entire month!”
Social Worker, Arizona

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PATIENT CASE STUDY

63-year-old, married male patient

Pre-STI:

  • Patient missing 4 tx/month
  • Patient often struggles to finish treatment due to feeling tired and stressed
  • Household stress at home due to marital problems and living situation

Post-STI:

  • Patient consistently coming to treatment
  • Patient identified sleeping and eating breakfast prior to dialysis helps him finish treatment as prescribed
  • Patient reports feeling better and more at peace, both at home and overall
“Clinic nurses are commenting that this patient is like a new man after our STI work together. By partnering with the patient, we’ve been able to improve his quality of life, including his marital situation, dialysis adherence and diet.”

–Clinic Social Worker

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