After listening to hospitals, surgeons, medical staff, post-acute providers, and patients,

we focused on the most complex problem to make healthcare better.


Engaging, monitoring, coordinating and collaborating

along a patient's care continuum is way too difficult and costly

for healthcare providers and patients.


Mission impossible.  Here we come. 

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Payers, Health Networks & Hospitals

Healthcare payers and hospitals want high quality healthcare and ways to lower costs to patients.  Employers, insurance companies, and government agencies are looking to value care and bundled payment models to quench this desire for lower healthcare costs.  

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Practices & healthcare providers 

Providers (Physicians, Skilled Nursing, Home Health, Physical Therapy and others) want an efficient and effective way to follow their patients, and make sure that patients are getting what they need along the way.  They want more time to provide care, and a better experience while performing that care. 

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Patients & patient Caregivers

Patients want to be better educated on their care, to feel more connected with their care providers, to receive better coordination between care providers, and to see the healthcare process adapt to their busy lives and schedules. 

These desires and different care models are causing significant pressures on hospitals and providers to better coordinate patient episodes of care.  

Lifecycle Health enables healthcare to provide patient and cost visibility to providers,

enable deep collaboration for multi-provider journeys, and

automate care coordination...


So everyone knows that the healthcare journey is

providing better and faster proactive care at lower costs.