Lifecycle Health named among Healthcare Tech Outlook’s Top 10 Healthcare Communication Solution Providers 2018

Lifecycle Health, which is a cloud platform providing an effective patient provider communication has been named one of the 2018’s Top 10 Healthcare Communication Solution Providers by Healthcare Tech Outlook Magazine.

Healthcare providers face challenges while communicating and encouraging their patients to be prepared for visits. During post treatment phase physicians need to monitor patients about their visits to downstream providers and also note their recovery. An advanced technology solution is imperative to monitor and engage patients. Such solutions are available but, they are fragmented and expensive. Installing, integrating and using them in tandem is complicated.


Lifecycle Health provides an all-in-one solution. With its cloud-based multi-channel patient management and communication platform, Lifecycle Health assists providers in managing and monitoring patients through their recovery, while it also lowers costs by upto 50 percent.

The Lifecycle Health’s solution requires minimal alteration in the internal set-ups and systems. It can quickly digitize and automate their patient communications and monitoring processes to lower patient monitoring costs, improve the overall satisfaction and also lower patient risks.

Of the patients who have experienced the treatments under the Lifecycle Health’s platform, more than 80 percent “strongly recommend” the solution.

Lifecycle Health is highly experienced in serving several niche specialties. This includes surgical procedures (e.g. orthopedic hip-and-knee replacements), cardiology-related (e.g. Congestive Heart Failure), behavioral health (e.g. opioid/substance use disorder), and other injury, surgical, or behavioral health areas. 

Andy Guffey, founder and CEO of Lifecycle Health says, “We believe that the right technology actually enhances and builds the patient’s trust in the medical provider, only improving the relationship—the opposite of what the healthcare industry traditionally thinks.”