Digital Health is offering much-needed solutions to the pressing health problems brought on as a result of our modern lifestyle. By applying data-analytics to data collected by wearables and sensors, among other channels, digital health platforms can have a huge impact on health conditions that are affected by behavior. By providing recommendations and insights, consumers are learning how to change their behavior and improve their physical and mental health.
Valera Health offers personalized mental health services combining meditation, therapy, and medications wrapped around with technology. The company helps organizations expand access to behavioral healthcare. It provides a comprehensive behavioral health solution for employers that gives employees fast access to high-quality mental healthcare. The Valera Health app keeps patients connected to their care team. Using the app, patients can reach out to their health coach or therapist through a secure chat, access a digital library of wellness and meditation programs, and chat face to face with clinicians through an in-app video call. The company also partners with some insurance carriers (such as CDPHP) to offer services directly to their members. Valera Health therapists are highly trained, licensed mental health professionals with expertise in a variety of evidence-based therapy models, including cognitive behavioral therapy, psychoanalysis, mindfulness, and trauma-informed care.See full profile >>
Sweetch is a clinically validated platform that utilizes artificial intelligence (AI) to significantly increase individuals' adherence to essential health promotion, disease prevention, and disease management recommendations, in a highly personalized and scalable way. Sweetch was developed as a platform for any large-scale clinical outcome prediction and personalized, data-driven, wellness prevention intervention. Sweetch's Just-in-Time Adaptive Intervention approach implements a personalized and fully automated intervention that focuses on emotional support and motivation in order to drive behavioral change. Sweetch's AI-powered Behavioral Intelligence Engine converts millions of data points originating from a user's smartphone, connected devices, and patient-reported outcomes into contextual, personalized recommendations. By analyzing the user's current context, past behaviors, and real-world capabilities, Sweetch proprietary algorithms identify the individual's compliance patterns and continuously adapt the recommendations to each user, leading to significantly improved adherence and ultimately improved health outcomes.See full profile >>
Somatix is the developer of a wearable-enabled remote patient-monitoring (RPM) software platform for healthcare providers. The company’s solution uses patented gesture-detection technology and machine learning algorithms to analyze users’ gesture data in real time. The company’s algorithms generate insights about potential adverse events by remotely and passively monitoring physical and emotional indicators such as activity levels, sleep quality, poor medical compliance, falls, dehydration, irregularities, and more. This data empowers healthcare providers with valuable clinical insights, helping them maintain continuous contact with and improve the well-being of those under their care. Somatix currently works with elder care facilities across the care continuum, including independent living, assisted living, sub-acute short-term care, and nursing homes, as well as hospitals (for use with discharged patients) and substance abuse rehabilitation centers.See full profile >>
Keheala is a mobile health company that aims to improve healthcare access and treatment outcomes for patients. By empowering patients with information, motivation, and support, Keheala delivers tools to overcome the non-medical drivers of disease that exist away from health facilities. Healthcare agencies are provided with remote-monitoring capabilities and vital analytics to combat epidemics in resource-constrained environments. Keheala is a social enterprise committed to reinvesting a majority of gross revenue in order to achieve sustainability, scale its impact, and address some of the world's greatest challenges with innovative behavior change interventions.See full profile >>
Well-Beat is an AI SaaS platform for healthcare providers and patients that combines machine learning and behavioral psychology to detect best healthcare provider communication practices in real time to maximize patient adherence in day-to-day care plans. The machine-learning engine compiles a combination of data points, from patient profiles to real-time behavior and provider feedback, together with behavioral psychology best practices to offer healthcare providers a real-time personalized communication plan tailored to the unique behavioral needs of each patient. Well-Beat finds the root behavioral cause of the patient's non-adherence and, in real time, equips healthcare providers with a handful of uniquely tailored communication tools to assist with patient compliance. These tools are meant to empower both the provider and patient and include such recommendations as content of conversation, timing, frequency, framing, and tone. By bolstering overall adherence, Well-Beat's SaaS platform solution can improve standard of care, patient satisfaction, and the efficiency of healthcare practices, resulting in decreased costs industry-wide.See full profile >>
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Last updated: January 2018
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Last Updated: January, 2018