Increasingly digital tools are engaging and interacting with our health in new ways. This breakout focused on how these interfaces provide health care in new ways -whether it be via telemedicine, digital health coaching, educational content, or care delivery.
The first panel of the Europe 2013 conference discusses the relationship between the doctor and the patient, and how this interaction is changing with patients’ growing utilization of self management tools. Complimentary perspectives from a local doctor and a patient, as well as 4 tech demonstrations of patient provider relationship tools speak to the changing dynamic.
As a patient engagement platform WelVU provides health care organizations and doctors with the tools to better engage and educate their patients about their health status. The service collects and projects the patients health data points and has a database of videos created by physicians that provide standardized patient education.
The relationship between patient and provider determines many health outcomes. When communication between these two parties is convoluted or compromised health conditions can worsen dramatically. Through a variety of windows, technology companies are creating new and effective ways for practitioners to better communicate about and with their patients.
Mark heads up WelVU, an enterprise patient engagement platform who launched their first three apps in the App Store earlier this year. Mark shared with us the Patient Engagement Platform that creates fully customized educational videos during appointments that patients can view by the time they hit the parking lot.