An interoperable Virtual Care Platform
Scaling the human touch
A single platform to manage the relationship with patients with different diseases and risk levels
Digitizing the Wellness & Care Patient Journey
Towards a digitally-enabled care model
The integration of new digital health solutions into digitally enabled care models offers the potential to address the quadruple aim in a new era of high access, high quality, lower cost and high experience care. More ...
Patient Journeys Specification and digital distribution to the Patient's Health assistant
Prevvy is a Multi-disease Virtual Care platform enabling orchestration and automation of care outside of the clinic based on Patient-centered Digital Care Plans and Clinical Decision Support tools
Different Use Cases for different healthcare markets
A seamless healthcare experience between patients, family members and their providers
Doctors - easy to integrate automated remote care
Integrated with your current EMR and workflows
New revenue lines with remote care services: Chronic Care Management, Remote patient monitoring and Tele-health.
Increased Savings and Improved Quality Metrics in Value-based programs
Improved Patient Experience and Increased Patient Engagement
Automation of care with evidence-based care plans.
Patients - manage their own health
Convenient communication with your care team (online and offline)
Let your digital health assistant guide you through your daily care. Share your health data with your healthcare provider for better care.
Manage your health records with data from different sources. Manage health records of your family-members, simplifying your life.
Share your health records with different providers and emergency services
Health disparities in the Hispanic population
Health barriers driven by social determinants of health (SDOH) have worsened chronic disease management for patients dealing with chronic conditions, such as hypertension, diabetes, obesity, COPD, etc. A Mayo Clinic study detected 2 health barriers implies 50% probability of patient with uncontrolled hypertension. More ...
Supporting Interoperability and CDS standards