Producing meaningful outcomes across healthcare, one text at a time

Agile Health has a long record of delivering clinically validated, evidence-based solutions with significant results. Numerous clinical trials and research studies have been published, demonstrating the proven, powerful impact of the Agile solutions.

Up to
45% Opt-In
& receive automated curriculum
of enrollees proactively engage & interact
Average 17
interactions per participant
or once per week
participate in
program quizzes
out of 5
Program impact
out of 5
increase in tobacco
cessation rate
Average 1.05
reduction in A1C
after 6 months
of participants
decrease A1C
increase in caseload without
adding clinical staff
savings in cost
of service
Up to
reduction in hospital admissions
reduction in emergency
department visits
readmission rate at
30 days, a 22% improvement
readmission rate at
90 days, a 46% improvement
Agile Health’s Kick Buts Program significantly improves cessation rates
Biomedical verified results at 4 weeks and 6 months prove program should be considered as an addition to existing smoking cessation services.
The Lancet, Vol 378, July 2011
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Text is best choice to improve adherence for managing chronic conditions
107 separate studies show SMS/text is the mobile health tool most widely, frequently, and successfully used to facilitate adherence to chronic disease management.
Journal of Medical Internet Research, Vol 17, Issue 2, 2015
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Text Intervention improves medical adherence for Diabetes
Trial shows increased medication adherence and decreased ED utilization with magnified results in Spanish-speaking study population.
Annals of Emergency Medicine, 2013
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Personalized Mobile Health Content Impacts Efficacy of Diabetes Management
Latino men and women differ in their dietary self-efficacy, information sources, and desired topics with mobile health interventions.
Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology, Vol 7, Jan 2013
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The Effectiveness of Mobile-Health Technology-Based Health Behaviour Change or Disease Management Interventions for Health Care Consumers: A Systematic Review
Text messaging interventions increased adherence to ART and smoking cessation and should be considered for inclusion in services. Although there is suggestive evidence of benefit in some other areas, high quality adequately powered trials of optimised interventions are required to evaluate effects on objective outcomes.
PLOS Medicine, January 2013 | Volume 10 | Issue 1 | e1001362
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Mobile health use in low- and high-income countries: an overview of the peer-reviewed literature
The evolution of mobile phone technology has introduced new possibilities to the field of medicine. Combining technological advances with medical expertise has led to the use of mobile phones in all healthcare areas including diagnostics, telemedicine, research, reference libraries and interventions.
J R Soc Med 2013: 106: 130–142. DOI 10.1177/0141076812472620
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Gender Differences in Diabetes Self-Management: A Mixed-Methods Analysis of a Mobile Health Intervention for Inner-City Latino Patients
The efficacy of mHealth on diabetes management was affected by gender. Specifically, men and women differ in their dietary self-efficacy, information sources, and desired topics in future mHealth interventions. To achieve maximal impact, future mHealth interventions should be mindful of this gender difference.
J Diabetes Sci Technol 2013;7(1):111–118
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Perceptions of Successful Cues to Action and Opportunities to Augment Behavioral Triggers in Diabetes Self-Management
This in-depth qualitative analysis of TExT-MED shows that low-income Latino patients will accept text messages as a behavioral intervention. This mHealth intervention acts as a behavioral trigger rather than an education platform. Personalization is an opportunity to enhance these cues to action and further research should be conducted on the ideal forms of personalization.
J Med Internet Res 2014 | vol. 16 | iss. 1 | e25 | p.1
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Describing the evolution of mobile technology usage for Latino patients and comparing findings to national mHealth estimates
Published national estimates do not accurately reflect the mobile technology use of Latino patients served by our public safety-net facility. The difference is greater for older, less educated patients with chronic disease.
Arora S, et al. J Am Med Inform Assoc 2016;23:979–983. doi:10.1093/jamia/ocv203, Brief Communication
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Mapping mHealth Research:A Decade of Evolution
Research interest in mHealth is growing, together with an increasing complexity in research designs and aim specifications, as well as a diversification of the impact areas. However, new opportunities offered by new mobile technologies do not seem to have been explored thus far. Mapping the evolution of the field allows a better understanding of its strengths and weaknesses and can inform future developments.
J Med Internet Res 2013 | vol. 15 | iss. 5 | e95 | p.1
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Interventions to increase smoking cessation at the population level: how much progress has been made in the last two decades?
This paper reviews the literature on smoking cessation interventions, with a focus on the last 20 years (1991 to 2010). These two decades witnessed major development in a wide range of cessation interventions, from pharmacotherapy to tobacco price increases. Surveys.
Tobacco Control 2012;21:110e118. doi:10.1136/tobaccocontrol-2011-050371
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