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New advancements in virtual medicine have made it easier for patients and providers alike. Now a new wave of innovation is being fueled by actionable insights pulled from the vast amount of patient data that already exists. Videra Health is an innovator in this space, improving patient treatment by using AI and remote monitoring to prioritize safety and care for those who need it most.

Join us Wednesday, October 13th for a LIVE webinar to learn how Videra Health is helping providers escape data paralysis and uncover life-saving patient data.

The Limited Visibility Problem

We know providers have limited information and visibility about patients when they are not face-to-face.

We know patients are often left on their own in-between interventions or after an episode of care.

Unfortunately, a "black box" exists in healthcare where we lack meaningful visibility into what's going on with patients. This results in patients falling through the cracks, disengagement, readmissions, inefficiencies, early termination of care, death, etc.

The need to solve this problem is vital; the cost of getting it wrong is catastrophic.

Why is this still a problem? Ultimately, current approaches are not scalable. Providers and patients are both time and schedule-restricted. Facilities face constrained resources and capacity. Traditional approaches lack continuous monitoring and sophisticated data. Then we are often left paralyzed with the amount of data we do have and it’s difficult to find a way to make the data actionable. 

The Videra Health Solution

Videra Health built the first AI-powered video-based platform that helps facilities scale their operations and expertise, bridging the gap between episodic care and continuous patient contact. 

The Videra Health platform provides a consistent and scalable solution through automated interactions. Leveraging asynchronous video-based data, AI-powered analytics, and automation, we help facilities increase patient and population insights without sacrificing quality or increasing burden.

Videra Health meets the needs of providers in both:

  • Clinical Settings

    • Remote patient monitoring and clinical check-ins between sessions, Post-discharge follow-up, Progress monitoring, and symptom tracking, Screening, and Assessments, Qualitative Outcomes, etc. 
  • Non-Clinical Settings

    • Patient transition support across the continuum of care, Patient monitoring, Patient Satisfaction, Patient experience management, Patient Retention, etc.

 Videra Health Creates Value for Organizations by:

  • Allowing providers to see the whole patient through continuous touchpoints beyond face-to-face interactions
  • Personalizing care delivery that removes the burden from providers and staff
  • Streamlining automated workflows and sequences that gather more data with less effort
  • Gaining valuable insight at the patient and population level as qualitative and quantitative data deliver real-time analytics and trends

 

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