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What is Healthgram?


Early detection and management of chronic diseases are critical to the health of your employees as well as to the health of your medical plan. People with chronic diseases such as diabetes, asthma, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, and coronary artery disease are major sources of expense to a health plan.

Healthgram© helps you access your health needs while at the same time improve your health. Healthgram utilizes proprietary software that has been in development since 1995 to analyze a variety of data from multiple sources, including prescription drug data, claims data, utilization data, screening tests, and employee self-reported assessments. Healthgram complies with all HIPAA regulations, protecting the privacy rights of the individual covered member.

Our medical staff works with you and your staff to help those people who might be at risk, and then follows up with them to get them the best possible health care environment for their chronic conditions. We understand standardized protocols for disease and help your employees and covered dependents to support them.

In addition, Healthgram provides a wide variety of articles and information from trusted sources to help employees understand their chronic conditions and the treatment and lifestyle changes that can bring them better health.

Our guidelines-based criteria are the central components to the primary prevention, which places Gateway Health on the cutting edge of medical health care management.

Our online disease management program, Healthgram©, provides instant information from more than 2,000 peer-reviewed articles as well as a host of other information for both employers and employees.

Healthy Solutions

Healthy Solutions is a quality of life improvement program offered free of charge to Gateway Health members. If your employer participates in Healthy Solutions, it is because your company leadership believes that a healthier workforce is a happier workforce, and wants you to have every resource available to help you identify and take control of health conditions that may be limiting your quality of life.

Personal Health Coach

At risk employees are partnered one-on-one with Healthy Solutions nurses, who use the latest technology to identify those members most at risk for diabetes, cancer, asthma, congestive heart disease, hypertension and high-risk maternity. Participants are stratified as low, medium or high risk, depending on data gathered via health risk appraisals and on-site screenings.

 Empowered Employees

An appropriate follow up plan is crafted for each Healthy Solutions member, and implemented in a manner convenient for the member. Confidential consultations with nurses and Gateway Health Coaches, physician referrals, online personal e-manage risks and optimize the provider/member relationship.

 Teamwork Meets Technology at

Some Healthy Solutions members have added the advantage of technology through their personal e-health record. Healthgram (™) enhances the teamwork of members, Gateway nurses, and physicians by providing an individual health profile, Rx history, claims history, and e-links to medical libraries such as WebMD.

 What difference does it make?

Our approach to health benefits is centered on improving our members’ health. Not all members have become “healthy” overnight, but we strive to improve the health of even the ones who are very sick. It’s also referred to as a “game of inches.” Nevertheless, below are just two examples of how we’ve improved the quality of life for our members.  


386 Healthy Solutions enrollees participated in lifestyle management strategies for weight loss. A total of 1217 pounds was shed in less than 10 months.

 Participants in Baby Plus, Gateway’s Maternity Management program, experienced a 25% reduction in the number of days spent in Neonatal Intensive Care


Preventative Health Guidelines

It’s important to take good care of yourself even when you’re feeling great. But how can you know what services you and your family need to stay healthy? The preventive health guidelines that we have adopted are summaries of the recommendations of several national health care authorities, including the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Contact your Health Improvement Nurse

1-877-846-8930 or send an Email