Patients bear the ultimate responsibility of turning recommendations into action at home. When patients skip or miss a step in their care plan, it jeopardizes their health, lowers their overall satisfaction, and creates inefficiencies in care.
As the healthcare system shifts towards value-based reimbursement, providers will bear greater risk and a greater responsibility for patient outcomes and satisfaction.
How do you manage the millions of members that are the most expensive to insure? In the digital age, sending high-risk patients home with printed handouts stuffed into a discharge folder is not just old-fashioned - it’s risky.
Patient IO can intelligently provide condition-specific education, reminders, and tasks delivered seamlessly to the phones of your most high-risk & complex patients.
A clinical trial is a large undertaking full of unknowns, especially for the patient. Patient IO empowers patients with customized educational content, reminders, and tasks delivered directly to their mobile phone.
Patients’ interactions with drug compliance guidelines or other clinical recommendations are captured instantly and displayed in the Patient IO dashboard.
In the digital age, sending patients home with printed handouts stuffed into a discharge folder is not just old-fashioned — it’s risky. When patients skip or miss a step in their care plan, it jeopardizes their health and wastes your efforts.
Patient IO can keep patients on-track & adherent to the numerous tasks associated with complex treatment regimens: medication compliance, prescribed guidelines around diet, activity, or other recommended activities of daily living (ADL).
Patient IO makes it easier for patients to remember and follow a doctor’s instructions, learn more about their health condition and treatment plan, and feel prepared and cared for leading into their next clinical visit.
Patient IO streamlines the discharge process and automates between-visit monitoring, providing real-time data on adherence behavior while consuming fewer staff hours to quickly identify where and when to direct additional outreach.