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EdLogics Named Finalist in Validation Institute 2019 Health Value Awards

March 22, 2019
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EdLogics Named Finalist in Validation Institute 2019 Health Value Awards

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA — EdLogics, an innovator in game-based learning dedicated to improving health literacy, is a finalist in the Validation Institute’s 2019 Health Value Awards. Now in its second year, the annual award program celebrates organizations committed to the process of lowering healthcare costs and improving outcomes.

“We’re so excited to celebrate our award finalists. Participating in the Health Value Awards shows these healthcare companies and providers are not only committed to providing high-quality, value-based healthcare, but are ready to lead the industry in this new, exciting, and necessary direction,” said RD Whitney, CEO of Validation Institute.

“EdLogics provides one of the most advanced consumer health education and engagement platforms available,” says Thomas M. Chamberlain, PharmD, Founder and CEO of EdLogics. “Through interactive game-based learning, challenges, and unique incentive strategies, we are achieving high levels of engagement and significant improvement in users’ understanding of key health issues.”

Winners will be announced April 28 at a reception in Washington, DC.

See the full list of finalists here.

About the Validation Institute:
The Validation Institute is a membership organization made up of a network of healthcare vendors, health benefits advisors, and purchaser benefit managers focused on delivering better health value and stronger outcomes than conventional healthcare.

About EdLogics: EdLogics is a digital health communications company focused on transforming the way people learn about health. We provide employers, health plans, healthcare organizations, and government agencies a health education platform that improves health literacy and drives positive health behaviors by educating people in fun and engaging ways. The EdLogics Platform leverages innovative methods rooted in behavioral science including gamification, game-based learning, and unique incentive strategies to deliver a personalized, highly effective learning experience across a broad range of health topics. For more information, visit


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