Health Literacy Innovations Announces New Licensing Agreements

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Welcomes new health literacy partners

Health Literacy Innovations, creator of the Health Literacy Advisor, the nation’s first interactive health literacy software tool, today announced new licensing agreements with the following organizations:

  •     Rocky Mountain Health Plans
  •     The Cleveland Health Network
  •     Delta Dental of Wisconsin
  •     Midwestern University
  •     Daggerwing Health
  •     Randolph Hospital
  •     MEDecision
  •     Sanford Health
  •     Lehigh Valley Health Network
  •     TriStar Health System
  •     Lourdes Health System
  •     Avalere Health

“We welcome these new organizations to the Health Literacy Innovations’ family and applaud their efforts to simplify information to consumer” said Health Literacy Innovations’ Chief Content Expert and Multilingual Director Aracely Rosales. “Now consumers will have an even better chance to understand, read, and act on their health care information.”

About Health Literacy Innovations
Knowing that “literacy” is the single most important indicator of a health outcome, Health Literacy Innovations (HLI), creates tools to help eliminate medical mistakes and confusion due to low health literacy. HLI's flagship product, the Health Literacy Advisor (HLA), is the nation's first interactive health literacy software tool. A simple add-in to Microsoft Word, the HLA is revolutionizing a traditionally antiquated and labor intensive literacy review process with a powerful new software tool to help communicators evaluate, standardize, and produce clear health information. Unique in design, the HLA applies nine well-known readability indices and an interactive search-and-replace function that allows users to set desired reading levels, evaluate a document's readability level, track problems areas, and then replace hard-to-read terms and phrases with plain language alternatives. An HLA ReadsEasy™ stamp (and virtual cheer) appear when users meet their desired readability level. Together, these functions set the HLA software apart from other tools not designed for health literacy. For more information visit http://www.HealthLiteracyInnovations.com or call 301-230-4966.

Media Contact: Aileen Kantor, Aileen(at)prhealthcare(dot)com, 301-229-6782

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