Hands Heal™ Electronic Health Records was developed specifically for massage therapists by the foremost authority on the subject, Diana L. Thompson, who literally wrote the book on charting for this specialized field, drawing upon over 30 years of experience to develop this easy-to-navigate mobile workspace for massage therapists. Diana created Hands Heal™ Electronic Health Records to deliver solutions specifically aimed at her peers.
As a past president of the Massage Therapy Foundation, research consultant for Group Health Research Institute and frequent contributor to Massage & Bodywork magazine, Diana understands the value of data and knows how to translate those measurements in accessible ways. She designed Hands Heal™ EHR to pinpoint the critical information that demonstrates the benefits of massage therapy, to use that information to enhance client care, and to build bridges within healthcare teams. With this EHR, professionals can easily measure critical data and demonstrate progress to clients, third-party payors and allied healthcare massage therapists alike.
Contact Diana at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (206) 482-4985
Diana is the recipient of over a dozen awards, four National awards in 2013, including Humanitarian of the Year (Performance Health) and Massage Therapist of the Year (One Concept).
Distinguished Service Award
Humanitarian of the Year Award
National Distinguished Service Award - 2009 & 2013
Massage Therapist of the Year 2013
Author of Hands Heal™: Communication, Documentation, and Insurance Billing 4th edition (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2011), Diana has dedicated her career to advancing massage therapy in integrative healthcare. In addition to creating tools that help massage therapists participate effectively in healthcare teams, Diana lectures on the benefits of massage therapy and shares current massage research at massage, chiropractic, physical therapy, midwifery, physician and research conferences internationally.
Diana's most recent book, co-edited with Marissa Brooks, Integrative Pain Management: Massage, Movement, and Mindfulness Based Approaches (Handspring Publishing, 2016), assists physicians and interdisciplinary teams to learn about and to integrate safe and effective treatment approaches into pain care. This timely, evidence-informed text supports a nationwide shift to integrate non-pharmacologic approaches for pain treatment and to reduce the potential risks and dependency from present strategies.