Visual Explanations Work Better
for Patient Education
Patient Education Needs to Evolve
From the beginning of time, the health care
provider has been lecturing the patient on how
to live healthier.
Sometimes they use charts and graphs. And
other times they use clinical video to explain their
It is stiff, impersonal, and very forgettable.
Time for the Next
Wave of Patient
Education to Launch
The content needs to be fresh, ever
changing, customized to the patient, viewed
when the patient wants to see it along with
when they have to watch it.
It needs to be interactive and engaging.
The content needs to introduce an issue,
explain why it is important and tell the
patient how to solve the issue- all in a short
and digestible burst.
Time to Make Your Health System and You The Experts
The messages need to be repeated frequently to
ensure that the patient can retain them.
They need to be simple to enact and repeat.
And they do not need to be selling any product
or service- only their health care provider and
health system’s expertise.
Teach Using More of
People learn best when they can relate to the
content both visually and audibly. There is a
reason why people remember movie lines
easier than anniversaries.
Take that style of learning and apply it to your
patient education program.
You want your patients to live healthier, give
them the ways to achieve that in the formats
that they are used to consuming.
Halo Health can
Halo Health engages, educates
and empowers your patients
before, during and after their
appointments is here to help
We are experts in using health
and wellness education as a tool
to break that cycle.
Our content is simple to
understand and can be used in
your waiting and exam rooms
and as an inpatient.
Speak to Your Patients in Your Words
The content focuses on the story you
want your patients to hear.
Good, sound, medically researched and
sourced information. Not fly by night fad
diet information. No advertisements for
quick fix drugs.
The only message your patient hears is