Independent EvaluationsEvidence Based Research And Studies
We have invested in four independent evaluations and one Cost/Benefit Analysis. An evidence-based study, conducted by Lorrin Pang MD, Maui District Health Officer for the State of Hawai‘i, was published in the November 2013 issue of the “Hawaii Journal of Medicine and Public Health”. Dr Pang states that “the efficacy of the Move With Balance program to prevent falls is about 66%”.
November 4, 2016
Dr. Lorrin Pang and Kristin Mills from the Maui District Health Office have written a Cost Benefit Analysis of Move With Balance®. It is currently being submitted for publication. It will appear in this space soon.
June 4, 2012
An Exercise Program to Prevent Falls in Institutionalized Elderly with Cognitive Deficits: A Crossover Pilot Study
Performed by Dr. Lorrin Pang, Director of the Maui District Health Office.
Move with Balance is now evidence-based!
The efficacy of the Move With Balance program to prevent falls is about 66%. Full article is published in the Hawaii Journal of Medicine and Public Health November 2103. Read the in-depth article here.
August 4, 2009
Evaluation requested by The Injury Prevention and Control Program of the Hawai‘i State Department of Health.
Evaluation performed by Dr. Lorrin Pang, Director of the Maui District Health Office. The following is a summary.
May 30, 2008
The Giving Back® Fall Prevention Project (GBFPP)
Performed by Carol S. White, RN, over 40 years’ experience, 25 of these working in community health and long term care; University of Hawai‘i Maui Campus Nursing Faculty since 2002; administrative level nurse in community health; evaluates programs and is responsible for CQI (continuing quality improvement) of patient simulator program. Here is the summary.