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Optimize your patients' brain health today
BrainHealth is a place to refer your patients who have concerns about or are at risk for cognitive decline. We offer a comprehensive patient journey including neurologist-designed brain health education, lifestyle change coaching, validated biomarker testing, information about clinical trials and newly approved treatments, and appropriate referrals to brain health specialists.
We always keep you in the loop. We work with your clinical practice to communicate your patient’s cognitive health status and recommendations back to you.*
*provided patient has consented for communication
We've operationalized evidence- based research into a one-stop shop for brain health
The ground-breaking two-year FINGERS trial (NCT01041989) demonstrated that improving lifestyle intervention factors (diet, exercise, cognitive training, vascular risk monitoring, and social stimulation) can slow cognitive decline and even improve performance in general cognition and various specific cognitive domains in people at risk of dementia.
After two years, lifestyle intervention showed significant beneficial effects, including lower risk of cognitive decline.
BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN CLINICAL VISITS
Patients who are at risk for or who have neurodegenerative conditions engage in healthier habits with support in between office visits. BrainHealth’s easy online tools and team of Educators help your patients take control of and maintain their cognitive wellness.
Initial Membership includes APOE genetic test with follow-up consultation, customized Smart Plan, and ongoing lifestyle education and coaching for $125. Ongoing membership billed at $29/month. Cancel anytime.
Your patients will also receive optional access to:
Support & Accountability
Working in tandem with our series of upbeat health and wellness mini-lessons, BrainHealth Educators guide patients in setting realistic diet, exercise, sleep, and other lifestyle goals that are known to benefit cognitive health. Personalized plans meet patients where they are, taking into account willingness and ability to make changes, and providing one-on-one support and accountability in meeting goals.
Even small lifestyle changes matter, and, if undertaken thoughtfully, they often grow into big ones that can slow or prevent cognitive decline. We know that clinicians want patients to pursue wellness initiatives—that's where we come in, helping your patients to set and realize goals between their clinical visits.