Our digital health products and services differ from simple and standard baseline apps like RPM, CCM, and other such products, because of our commitment to thought leadership and to a strong vision that can add meaningful value to 21st Century healthcare and patient outcomes.
First, post-Covid, it is both possible and necessary to address the larger problem that providers, patients, and the healthcare ecosystem has. Simple RPM-type apps are not enough.
Secondly, the technology now exists for that -and for moving toward “value-driven” and “more-hospital-at-home” healthcare modalities.
But such a rich digital connected care technology platform, products, services, and support require correct definition of the larger problem and goal. Also requires deep technology knowhow and access. And passion, staying power, and financial and resource commitment. All that’s in our DNA.
Digital Connected Health services, and the technologies enabling them, should and can now work and be usable like a provider’s telephone system or office electricity.
This means just turning them on. The care provider should only need to advise patients of the digital health insurance-funded services available. Then pass the job on to Kerna to turn on the service like a utility – electricity or telephone – as soon as Kerna obtains patient approval and delivers the monitoring devices and training.
The Kerna digital health software platform is organized around key architecture and development principles and goals.
Built-in high availability and scalability – data-driven AI analytics – actionable automatic alerts and escalation protocols – for better outcomes. All while lowering total healthcare costs – while increasing revenues and profitability of care providers and having more time to focus on patient health. And developing analytics and intelligence for more effective future therapeutics and drugs
And finally a built-in capability for disease management workflow change and malleability without re-engineering the platform – to adapt to changes in health protocols, healthcare and payer ecosystems and patient lifestyles.