Channel D plants seeds in the patient’s mind…
Patients often have misguided, flawed views: e.g. If it doesn’t hurt, I don’t need treatment. Channel D corrects many of these biases before you meet the patient. How? It triggers curiosity by alluding to problems but holding back on solutions.
…and starts conversations
If the patient knows the problem but doesn’t know the solution, they’ll become more curious. This curiosity creates conversations that are in many cases instigated by the patient. Now the clinician or team member has the opportunity to steer the patient towards better understanding.