Cognichoice Co-founder Will Be Guest on mHealth Zone Live

Cognichoice’s co-founder Anne Giles Clelland will be a guest on Internet radio talk show mHealth Zone Live by Happtique for the program The Building Blocks for Behavior Change on Thursday, May 2, 2013, from 12:00 PM to 12:45 PM EDT, 9:00 AM to 9:45 AM PT. Update: Listen to the show!

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Wendy Nilsen, Ph.D., Health Scientist Administrator at the NIH Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research, will be a guest on the show.

Building Blocks for Behavior Change - mHealth Zone Live

If you’d like to listen to the program live, you can register here.

The show will be archived on the mHealth Zone Live site immediately following the show and will be available on iTunes as a podcast.

Happtique will be live tweeting throughout the show from @Happtique using hashtag #mHealthZone.

Work, It’s Personal, a collection of workplace advice columns Anne wrote for Valley Business FRONT from 2008-2012, is mentioned in the program agenda.

Cognichoice’s co-founder Anne Giles Clelland was nominated in the Entrepreneur category for Tech Nite Awards from the Roanoke – Blacksburg Technology Council, Virginia, May 16, 2013.

Cognichoice™ is a personal awareness and social sharing software platform available to users in web, mobile web, and mobile versions, based on evidence-based techniques that result in behavior change, offered as custom editions of white label web browser-based, mobile web, and mobile device software to companies and organizations in the health care industry who are mission-driven and prevention-driven to help their patients make choices that result in prescribed behavior change.

Our vision for Cognichoice is that it is recommended by health care providers to groups of their patients who need help getting healthier – teens and adults who are obese, people with type 2 diabetes, substance abuse problems, PTSD. Chronic conditions such as these require people to change their behavior, manage it, and practice self-care, thus increasing health outcomes and reducing costs to the care provider. We also envision employers offering Cognichoice to their employees to help them get healthier, have healthier work lives, and lower health care coverage costs.

If you haven’t already registered for Cognichoice’s public demo, you can do that here.

Here’s where to login if you’ve already registered.

You’re invited to sign up for Cognichoice’s email newsletter.

For more information about Cognichoice, please contact Anne Giles Clelland, [email protected], 540-808-6334.

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