Amidst today’s pandemic, health systems need to come up with a plan to approach non-Covid, or “non-urgent” patients, as their underlying health conditions are not going away, and in some cases, are worsening. At the beginning of the pandemic panic, these patients did not get the healthcare and support they needed, which has ultimately driven them to need additional care and put more strain on hospitals and care teams. In order to improve care and the systems in place currently, there are a couple steps health systems should take. One is innovating outpatient management to reduce demand at downstream bottlenecks, and the second is to utilize telehealth tools. Patients and physicians alike can benefit from this technology as it creates less exposure for both parties, and physicians can monitor the patient behavior and progress without having to rely on the patients to reach out when they are feeling especially ill.
Unfortunately, as more patients and health care providers lean further into telemedicine amid the pandemic, many are finding that while visits are moving into the future, health records are largely stuck in the past. There are good remote monitoring devices out there and if physicians can monitor their patient’s symptoms remotely, they can proactively handle their care and support; however, the patient generated health data coming to the physician must be actionable, meaningful and aggregated in such a way that it identifies patients needing further attention.
Check out how our Patient Engagement platform accomplishes this and learn more in this Harvard Business Review article.
Today, C3LX, Inc., a patient engagement and technology company, announced its launch and go-live with a large integrated healthcare delivery organization and their corporate clients in the European Union. Due to their highly competitive environment, C3LX’s client/partner has chosen to remain anonymous at this time.
Both C3LX and their European partner are dedicated to fundamentally changing how healthcare in the EU is delivered, with the aim to help members live longer, stronger and healthier lives. To that end, utilizing the C3LX Patient Engagement Platform, our partner is now offering a powerful solution to provide integrated and personalized digital healthcare and wellness coaching services. The GDPR compliant C3LX platform effectively identifies, engages, and supports the unique path to change for each individual, and does so on a population health scale. The C3LX platform facilitates the virtual and physical connection between care teams and patients through smart dashboards and tools for clinicians that assimilate and visualize patient generated health data and progress in actionable and meaningful ways.
The C3LX platform empowers your practice to deliver exceptional longitudinal care, as well as episodic remote or virtual care. We enable your team to deliver unparalleled service and health outcomes to the people you serve.
At C3LX, we are passionate about personalizing healthcare by empowering patients. Through the use of technology, a deep understanding of patient types, & design thinking, we connect & reconnect patients and care teams in meaningful ways. According to the Harvard Business Review, it's time for a new kind of EHR, one that supports value-based care and proactive management of health. That's where C3LX comes in. We have created a platform designed exactly for this, that caters to individual patient needs, takes chronic conditions into account, provides care team support directly to patients, keeping them informed. To improve patients' quality of care, the platform integrates with existing technology while also allowing them to take charge of their health and be involved in the process of setting, working toward, and achieving health goals. With our platform, physicians can quickly analyze patient generated health data and track their health progress, ultimately making both the patients' and physicians' lives easier, more productive, and healthier.
At C3LX, we are passionate about personalizing healthcare by empowering patients. Through the use of technology, a deep understanding of patient types, & design thinking, we connect & reconnect patients and care teams in meaningful ways.
YOU ARE THE DISRUPTOR. WE ARE THE ENABLER. THE C3LX PLATFORM FACILITATES THE CONNECTION BETWEEN YOUR PATIENTS AND YOU, THEIR TRUSTED CARE TEAM, REGARDLESS OF THE SETTING.
Much attention has been given related to the use of telehealth during the COVID-19 pandemic, usually focused from the provider and care delivery side. The article below takes a different view and summarizes research done by PwC looking at changes in consumer behaviors and attitudes towards telehealth as a result of COVID-19. Some of the interesting findings included the following:
Topics: healthcare technology
One of the core values that we strive to live by at C3LX is “Inspired Solutions”. For us, this means applied innovation, collaborative process, insatiable curiosity, and products designed to make a difference. Often, as this Harvard Business Review article poignantly points out, technologists tend to see themselves as the solution rather than contributors to the solution. With founders that come from a healthcare background, we understand that our role is to partner with and empower the innovative health system delivery models like Direct Primary Care, not disrupt them. “Technology alone won’t save us from Covid-19 or create the pandemic-resilient health system we need.”
Topics: health tech
In this rapidly changing time, we are starting to see more attention placed on making sure those individuals with chronic conditions or rising risk don’t fall through the cracks in terms of ongoing chronic disease management and treatment adherence. Telemedicine options have definitely provided some alternatives for patients who would have normally seen their physician in person for ongoing care check-ins, but according to some recent patient survey data in the article below, telemedicine isn’t able to entirely account for this new-found gap in care. Patients and physicians alike are looking for technologies that blend remote patient monitoring, adherence to care plans and communication tools into one platform, all while bringing these disparate data points together into digestible and meaningful information. Take a look at the article and share your thoughts with us!