Many patient programs require technology businesses and startups to deploy complex workflows for healthcare organizations, which can vary all the way down to the patient level. Scaling these programs can require significant effort and cost, not to mention increased reliance on the technology provider to accurately translate a healthcare organization’s complex patient interactions. Seeking to give control of patient programs back into the hands of healthcare organizations, earlier this month, Welkin Health, who we’ve spoken with before at Medgadget, launched Workshop.
Welkin’s existing patient management software is designed to automate healthcare organization workflow by organizing communications, tools, and data that help deliver seamless patient care. With Workshop, users can now develop, deliver, and refine their programs as needed, without the need for additional software or customization. For example, as a healthcare organization’s program develops protocols, Workshop allows these protocols to be incorporated into Welkin’s software, allowing the program to evolve. By empowering healthcare organizations to develop the most effective programs possible, Welkin ensures clinical teams can focus on delivering meaningful patient care.
“Patient programs and services are critically valuable to support patients with complex and chronic disease. Without them, it’s difficult to improve patient health, and therefore, prove the efficacy of a product to payers,” says Chase Hensel, CEO and Co-Founder of Welkin Health. “For many health care organizations, getting patient services off the ground is a slow, expensive, and frustrating process, primarily because the tools offered are not designed specifically for health care. Our goal with Workshop is to provide a framework to make complex patient management more straightforward and effective for health care organizations, as well as fast and simple—all without a line of code.”
Link: Welkin Health…