Solutions That Span the Healthcare Industry

Home Health Providers

Remote Health – Early monitoring of vitals data through Remote Health. Immediate benefits through better visibility into the health of the at-home patient through remote patient monitoring(RPM) personal emergency response (PERS), and Telehealth. All providing for lower admittance, re-admittance, and claims – all reimbursable through most healthcare provider insurance plans.

HealthMesh – Introducing features such as HealthMesh provides access to vital patient/individual data for the provider, the individual, and the support network. Better care through the personal community.

HELP – The Healthcare Experimental Learning Platform (HELP) provides the provider invaluable access to population data, enabling rapid experimentation for changes in care plans. Rapid experimentation allows for a continuous approach to improved health.

All costs are reimbursed by most insurance plans using new CPT codes introduced over the last few years.

Independent Living Facilities

Remote Health – So, the individual has now moved to a facility, but wants independence. Remote Health provides immediate benefits through better visibility into the health of the at-home patient through remote patient monitoring(RPM) personal emergency response (PERS), and Telehealth, while still providing the feeling of independence. The Independent Living facility gains insight, and receives updates and reminders to follow-up in an advisory fashion as advocates of the member.

HealthMesh – HealthMesh can further provide access to vital patient/individual data for the provider, the individual, and the broader support network.  Allowing those who wish to participate in the care of their loved-one, with insights to the overall health, activity, sleep and more.

HELP – The Healthcare Experimental Learning Platform (HELP) provides the facility invaluable access to a broader set of population data, that allows them to perform rapid experimentation in an attempt to validate specific changes in care plans. Lower costs, less obtrusive, and above all, better health.

And the costs of these services are reimbursed by most insurance plans through newly introduced CPT codes.

Assisted Living Facilities

Remote Health – As the devices used by Remote Health are medical grade, the same process can be used as someone transitions into an Assisted Living community. Features such as location-based PERS and other technologies can be used to assist in preventing wandering by those with dementia.

HealthMesh – HealthMesh provides even greater access to vital patient/individual data for the provider, the individual, and in this case more importantly the support network. HealthMesh provides a better connection to family and friends, with the visibility of the loved-ones into the daily schedule of the individual, potential to see menu items, visits, activity and participation in the facility community, and more.

HELP – The Healthcare Experimental Learning Platform (HELP) provides the facility doctors the same invaluable access to population data, enabling rapid experimentation for changes in care plans, setting of alerts that feed back to the care provider, and more.

And again, the the costs of all systems is covered by most insurance plans.

Health Plan Providers

Costs of admissions and readmissions are quite high. Looking for opportunities to lower these costs, CMS introduced a wide range of CPT codes to enable remote care in lieu of face to face doctor visits. Introducing PERS in the home, and on-the-go has also shown a reduction in hospital admissions due to the ability to communicate directly with the patient when still at home, and resolving issues short of a call to an ambulance.

Remote Health – Deploying Remote health provides immediate benefits through better visibility into the health of the patient through remote patient monitoring(RPM) personal emergency response (PERS), and Telehealth.

HealthMesh – HealthMesh provides access to a broader network of individuals to provide moral support and participation in individual goals. Studies have shown that patients do better when they feel connected to others, and that mood and mindset are large predictors of health.

HELP – Perhaps most importantly,  the Healthcare Experimental Learning Platform (HELP) provides the plan invaluable access to population data that was never before available, particularly when including a wearable device as part of the overall solution. More data provides greater insight, and better predictability in terms of escalating medical issues.

REITs

Many Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) are now focusing on senior living communities. As the baby boomer population ages (often referred to as the silver tsunami) demand for senior housing is skyrocketing, and upscale properties wield most of the pricing power. This generation demands service and high-quality living standards, and has expected and adopted technology. Introducing the “connected home” leveraging technology can create efficiencies in healthcare, in real estate, and the junction between these sectors — exactly where these REITs operate.

Remote Health – Deploying Remote Health through the connected home option, can provide immediate benefits through better visibility into the health of the at-home patient through remote patient monitoring(RPM) personal emergency response (PERS), and Telehealth. As an optional service, Remote health can begin to define a practice that can follow the individual from home health, to independent Living to Assited Living, all on a single technology.

HealthMesh – HealthMesh provides access to vital patient/individual data for the provider, the individual, and the support network. And can enable a gradual set of permissions to family anf friends as health declines. Keeping the family involved in the overall health of the individual.

HELP – The Healthcare Experimental Learning Platform (HELP) provides the provider invaluable access to population data, enabling rapid experimentation for changes in care plans. And also provides insights to specific living conditions, aspects of health and activity, and vitals data that can be used to modify care plans, and even to rethink the facilities available within the facilities or neighborhoods.

Research Organization

HELP – The primary focus for Research Organizations is the Healthcare Experimental Learning Platform (HELP). While some of the data may indeed be fed into the data lake for analysis, the overall data made available has been de-identified, meaning it can not be linked back to the individual themselves, but rather can be viewed and analyzed from an overall population perspective.

Using this data source, research organizations can not just perform rapid experimentation, but can also work on a wide range of regression models and predictive algorithms in order to further their knowledge of the population through the consolidation of data that is currently not available in a single source.


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