THIS IS CARE CONNECTEDTM
Opportunity: Per the Institute of Medicine, $270 billion could be saved annually by better coordinating health care services.
Solution: mViva® - the smart “all-in-one” automated engagement, text messaging, and video conferencing platform combined into a complete telehealth solution for coordinating care, reaching out to patients, and sharing information.
Opportunity: Better inform acute treatment and transfer decisions to regional referral hospitals and reduce overload on intensive care units and operating rooms.
Solution: Clinical modeling based on University of New Mexico research finds that mViva® mobile video telehealth communication/collaboration tool could reduce the number of transfers by 40% and refine care management in 40% of rural/urban referrals.
Opportunity: Reduce unnecessary Emergency Room (ER) visits that lead to ER overcrowding, ambulance diversions, and patients leaving without being seen.
Solution: Within an established Mobile Integrated Health - Community Paramedicine program, mViva® has increased the efficiency of the health management program by 38% in 6 months and reduced ER super-utilizer visits by 75%.
Opportunity: Safely transition patients to home from the hospital and decrease rate of avoidable readmissions and CMS penalties.
Solution: Published reports indicate that communication and coordination, like that which is generated with mViva®, between geographically dispersed hospitalists, case managers, consultants, and community clinicians could avoid 1 out of 3 readmissions.
Opportunity: Improve the performance and precision of time-imperative care for heart attacks.
Solution: When paramedics and heart attack care teams are connect with mViva®, the time from onset of pain to restoring blood flow to the attacked heart is estimated to be shortened by as much as 60 minutes. The time savings comes from efficiently engaging paramedics and off-site cardiologists - all at once - which swiftly leads to consensus on the diagnosis and plan to treat. mViva® can also reduce the frequency of false activation of the cardiac catheterization team by as much as 40% bringing substantial savings to the Hospital.