Connected Health

Maximize Healthcare Delivery Options While Providing Exceptional Patient Care


Connected health engages patients, members, providers, and the health community using technology to deliver quality care outside of the traditional medical setting.

While the healthcare consumer, on average, only spends 1% of their time in the care setting, it is the other 99% that determines whether they return or maintain their health. Connected health solutions aim to maximize healthcare resources and provide increased and flexible opportunities for healthcare consumers to engage with their care.

You are challenged with uncovering the unique attributes of your most profitable target markets and provide them cost-effective healthcare choices. In order to meet this objective, you must innovate by reinventing how you interact with members. With a comprehensive digital strategy in place, you can use technological innovations to corner the market strategically and grow a loyal member base.

Connected health can transform healthcare delivery by:

  • Addressing inefficiencies in workflow management, chronic disease management, and treatment compliance.
  • Reducing the cost of quality care for the chronically ill
  • Enabling preventive health with correlative reductions in morbidity, mortality, and the cost of care through consumer engagement in health and self-management
  • Creating more efficient, convenient, and cost-effective methods for delivery of care
  • Providing clinicians with greater and faster access to crucial data points, which reduces the risk of poor response throughout the course of treatment
  • Allowing rural residents to receive expert diagnosis and treatment from distant medical centers
  • Enhancing senior wellness and preventative care through telemedicine and remote monitoring
  • Improving administrative efficiency and coordination through diminished rate of medical errors and better customer service

Enterprise Portals

Healthcare organization personnel must access a wide range of information from multiple sources to ensure quality care at an affordable price. An enterprise portal simplifies interactions with systems and people. An enterprise portal gives providers and their partners real-time access to patient health information. Time saved searching for information can be better spent serving patients.

Member Portals

While your website facilitates one-to-many communication, the member portal is used to continue this dialogue into many-to-one communication streams that protect health information while providing information, incentives, and engagement to members. Our healthcare framework and industry-proven methodology, combined with standard, commonly used features of our member portal solution, will get you up and running quickly. While your IT department will appreciate the open standards and easy integration with other systems, your members will appreciate the rich information and high level of service you provide.

Patient Portals

Building a true engagement tool requires you to look beyond Meaningful Use and ask what a market-driven patient portal can do to drive patient engagement. As more routine services become available outside of the brick-and-mortar, a patient portal can be used to increase revenue by creating services that scale beyond traditional geographic boundaries. We connect information and communities to create an engaged relationship between you and your members so you can improve revenue and patient acquisition/retention.

Mobile Health and TeleHealth

Ninety percent of adults have adopted mobile technology and keep their devices with them 24/7, according to Pew Research. Consumers expect easy access to healthcare professionals, online medical information, and improved care. Providers use their devices to:

  • Streamline care
  • Access medical history and patient information
  • Increase coordination across the care continuum

Our work is all about directly connecting consumers to providers.

Start Simply and Grow Quickly

Our portal solutions include:

  • Strategic roadmaps
  • Digital strategy
  • Design/user experience
  • Content management
  • Enhanced search
  • Single sign-on
  • Secure information access
  • Provider collaboration
  • Patient self-service
  • Mobile design
  • Social collaboration
  • Gamification
  • Market intelligence