Chronic diseases are the largest burden in healthcare

Cardiovascular diseases alone causes 250,000 preventable deaths annually and costs $450 billion to treat each year.

Cardiovascular diseases alone causes 250,000 preventable deaths annually and costs $450 billion to treat each year.


How can we do better?

It begins during a patient’s clinic visit, when critical decisions are made. We believe it is possible to achieve better outcomes if:

 

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Physicians have access to personalized preventive decision making tools

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Physicians and their patients have access to timely specialty care recommendations

 

Physicians rely upon their knowledge and intuition to solve complex medicine problems, but they lack automated decision-making tools that match a patient's clinical data, and they lack timely access to specialty care recommendations when it’s needed the most.


 

We provide clinically validated decision making tools and close the loop

 

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