For a Healthcare System Already Overwhelmed, How Do You Handle All the Data Coming In?

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That was one of the things as I started the C outcomes data coming through in our practice. What we realized was, that we needed to now use the software to find out how we can scale this for many more people, and we realized that there's some simple things, the data, the scientific evidence that medical literature would point towards.

That would be hey, this are the things that we need to worry about so the lets, first of all we leverage positional extenders, I see physicians as mystros coordinating an orchestra and not, one-on-one patient care, from a population health management managing chronic disease, we're always going to have the surgeons who operate, cancer it's gonna be precision based approach but from cardiologist down to internal medicine doctors, what you're doing is you're coordinating a team so in our practice we have three nurse practitioners, I don't even see most of the patients because what they are doing, is they're actually sitting on a computer, and we have health alerts, we have activity alerts and nutrition alerts.

So when somebody hasn't logged to nutrition for a week those alerts are automated so we know we just send them a message, hey just give us one day, log one day and then we give them feedback on what date, if they don't get a certain amount of steps, we know for the first time you don't have to ask, you don't have to call you don't have to fill a questionnaire.

We know because the API, the application programming interface is that now are being built by technology companies with sensors and devices or they're finally understanding that that need and great with an Eco-system. So all these alerts are automated and so the data, is actually easily actionable and personalized.