EMOL Health, in partnership with Michigan State University College of Nursing and Diplomat Specialty Pharmacy, has started a project to improve adherence and compliance to Tarceva (Erlotinib). To achieve this goal, patients will be supplied with a Symptom Management Toolkit (SMT) and called weekly via an Interactive Voice Response (IVR) system. The SMT in combination with the IVR has been shown to reduce hospitalization, reduce symptom burden, the number of overall symptoms, unscheduled clinic visits, ER visits, and increase quality of life. Click here to learn more.Read More →

EMOL Health is proud to announce the completion of our STTR grant. The project was an outstanding success, meeting all of our target goals. We would like to thank everyone involved including Dr. Sajeel Chowdhary, Program Director, Department of Neuro-Oncology, Florida Hospital System, Dr. Barbara Givens, Dr. Bill Givens, & Cindy Majeske from MSU. We look forward to starting the Phase II grant and continued collaboration with everyone involved. Background: In 2010, EMOL Health and Michigan State University College (MSU) of Nursing were awarded an STTR grant. The goals were: 1) positively influence patients’ self-care symptom management behaviors at home, 2) monitor patient’s symptom statusRead More →

EMOL Health is excited to started working with Dr. Mei-Wei Chang, Associate Professor, Michigan State University on the Mothers In Motion project. The project goal is to help low income mothers who are overweight or obese improve their health by eating well, being active and dealing with stress. Click here to learn more about EMOL Health’s role in this project.Read More →

EMOL Health, in partnership with Michigan State University College of Nursing and Diplomat Specialty Pharmacy, has started a project to improve adherence and compliance to Temodar. To achieve this goal, patients will be supplied with a Symptom Management Toolkit (SMT) and called weekly via an Interactive Voice Response (IVR) system. The SMT in combination with the IVR has been shown to reduce hospitalization, reduce symptom burden, the number of overall symptoms, unscheduled clinic visits, ER visits, and increase quality of life. Click here to learn more.Read More →