High Blood Pressure
Prediabetes / Diabetes
The Hazlo Way
Being responsible in chronic care means making informed choices, sticking to treatment, and adopting healthy habits. This entails attending medical visits and understanding one's actions' health effects. It's about change for optimal health. This approach is key for long-term positive outcomes.
In chronic care, accessibility means everyone has equitable access to essential medical care and information. It's about removing barriers, easing access to meds, and promoting active patient participation. Accessibility ensures all get the right care for a healthier life.
Evidence-based chronic care relies on the latest scientific findings for healthcare decisions. It ensures treatments are effective and safe. By focusing on evidence, we optimize health outcomes and elevate patients' quality of life.
“The providers are very friendly and kind, they really listen to my concerns and any questions that I had. They really take the time to explain everything very clearly and easy. I continue to learn more as I ask them questions. Would definitely recommend giving them a call.”
“I had the best experience… went in for some blood work, and after a thorough conversation he was able to help me pinpoint some mental struggles I was going through."
“Con ellos e aprendido que el medicamento no es una solución para nuestros padecimientos, sino el poder de implementar un régimen de cómo saber comer y que actividad física que tenemos que hacer para lograr un buen resultado.”
“Gracias a lo que e aprendido con ellos mi A1C bajo a rango normal y e logrado perder más de 20 libras espero poder seguir así. Muchas gracias por todo y por hacerme creer que puedo lograrlo sin obsesionarme con lo que dice mi pesa.”
“Mark listened to me, asked questions, made me feel human, didn't look at me as if I had done this to myself, and came up with a baseline plan… it was the best blessing I had received in many years.”