Healthcare is in the midst of groundbreaking change, moving from a B2B model to a B2C model, and from physicians and administrators as the boss to patients as the boss. In every industry where consumers are empowered, there are winners and losers. Here is Prepared Health's founder and CEO Ashish Shah's top 10 list to get on the winning side.
By partnering with PreparedHealth, Centegra Health System leverages innovative technology to maximize bundles as many hospitals and health systems struggle to manage the losses.
Appointment of Alan Weinstein, Founder of Premier, Inc, as Strategic Advisor to the Board sets the stage for accelerated growth of PreparedHealth’s social network for healthcare, enTouch™
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Home Health Care News sees the value in DINA and how AI has the potential to change patient care.
Home Health Technology News spotlights our BAYADA partnership and how we are creating a more holistic approach to healthcare.
“We are joining with BAYADA to create data-driven engagement and bring those experiences into health care,” said Shah. “We want to create a more holistic approach in how we support someone’s care.”
The two companies have actually been working together for a number of years on other projects, beginning with a pilot for high-risk heart patients in New Jersey, which resulted in patient readmissions dropping from 40% to 11%.
One of the best health tech evangelists highlights enTouch and DINA and the possibilities they are opening up for healthcare.
BAYADA Home Health Care, the nation’s largest private provider of home-based services, and PreparedHealth, a growing healthcare engagement company, announced today a multi-year strategic partnership. The alliance comes on the heels of several successful projects in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Florida that proved to proactively keep patients out of the hospital and lowered overall readmissions for health system partners and health insurance companies.
Entrepreneur.com contributor John Boitnott outlines 5 key innovations reinventing healthcare, one of which is the use of social networking models to accelerate information sharing between providers, patients and caregivers.