Improving lives of your patients

Create strong adherence and achieve better outcomes by combining medicine with lifestyle interventions

Personalised healthcareCombining medicine with lifestyle support

Our digital programmes and cutting-edge technology support pharma companies effectively combine medicine with lifestyle support.

Increase Adherence & Retention

Combining the Liva programmes and technology with medication increases adherence and retention supporting the patient to take medication as prescribed by their doctor.

Sustainable outcomes

Combining the Liva programmes and technology with medication increases outcomes – due to both increased medication adherence and as a consequence of the direct outcomes driven by sustainable lifestyle changes.

Engagement

Many medications require a positive change in patient behaviour to generate the desired health outcome. This is what we do at Liva – empower patients to adapt healthy, sustainable habits and take control of their own health.

Data collection & real-world evidence

Through Liva’s technology we help pharma companies and partners to engage patients while simultaneously collecting vital data points supporting real-world evidence and outcome based reports.

Patient support programmes

Liva is not just another marketing- based patient support programme. When using Liva as a patient support programme, it is about combining truly personalised lifestyle support, delivered by a human being, delivered through industry leading technology, with necessary medication for a multitude of conditions.

Medication tracking

Liva’s technology not only enables the patients to manage and structure their medication consumption – it also allows pharma companies to better understand how medication is consumed and how this consumption combined with lifestyle activity drives outcome.

Our medical research and results

We drive outcomesOur results

500

up to 500 patients handled annually per health professional

85%

reduced their HbA1c after 6 months

5.7kg

(12,5lb) average weight loss after 6 months

The Liva Full Programme SolutionWe provide both the technology and Healthcare Professionals

Evidence-basedlifestyle intervention

The Liva programmes are based on published and well documented data, evidence and outcomes

  • 2017

    Effect of an Intensive Lifestyle Intervention on Glycemic Control in Patients With Type 2 Diabetes

    JAMA RCT study
    2017

    Effect of an Intensive Lifestyle Intervention on Glycemic Control in Patients With Type 2 Diabetes

    JAMA

    The study shows that type 2 diabetes can be rolled back through lifestyle change. 73.5% of participants in the intervention group were able to reduce their pharmaceutical usage and 56.4% discontinued medication. From baseline to 12-month follow-up, the mean HbA1c level changed from 6.65% to 6.34% in the intervention group.

  • 2011

    Sustained Weight Loss during 20 Months using a Personalized Interactive Internet Based Dietician Advice Program in a General Practice Setting

    International Journal on Advances and Life Sciences A Peer Reviewed Study
    2011

    Sustained Weight Loss during 20 Months using a Personalized Interactive Internet Based Dietician Advice Program in a General Practice Setting

    International Journal on Advances and Life Sciences

    The study showed an average weight loss of 7.0 kg after 20 months as a result of online consultations with a clinical dietitian after GP referral.

  • 2017

    Web-Based Weight Loss Intervention for Men With Type 2 Diabetes: Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial

    JMIR Diabetes RCT trial
    2017

    Web-Based Weight Loss Intervention for Men With Type 2 Diabetes: Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial

    JMIR Diabetes

    A weight loss of 5.4 kg for men with type 2 diabetes was observed after 12 months through web-based weight loss intervention.

  • 2018

    Drivers for successful long-term lifestyle change, the role of e-health: a qualitative interview study

    BMJ Open Prospective pilot study
    2018

    Drivers for successful long-term lifestyle change, the role of e-health: a qualitative interview study

    BMJ Open

    The Liva solution was tested in a prospective pilot study with the aim of identifying drivers of importance for long-term personal lifestyle changes. The most important driver in long-term weight loss was a strong relationship with a healthcare professional.

Our mission

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