MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Oct. 12, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Open Health Network (OHN) announced the launch of PatientSphere 2.0 for Cardiology, an online system that connects a team of diverse providers to tightly coordinate care for patients with chronic heart conditions. The system offers an evidence-based approach to the real-time integration of every aspect of chronic cardiology care, delivering improved patient outcomes and reducing complexity costs.
PatientSphere 2.0 is a personalized, HIPPA-compliant, care coordination management system for chronic disease patients that creates seamless communication between the patient and the entire care team. Using AI-driven triage and care management capabilities, the system is highly adaptive to a wide range of diseases and conditions that require team care.
PatientSphere 2.0 for Cardiology is the adaptation of the technology platform for the care of chronic heart disease. The tight connection with the patient and among members of the team delivers a program of care that is more accurate, more convenient, more personalized, more accessible and more complete.
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"PatientSphere 2.0 for Cardiology enables real-time integration of every single aspect of chronic care management from medication to exercise, nutrition, sleep, educational materials, motivational materials and everything in between," said Tatyana Kanzaveli, OHN Founder and CEO. "This offering from Open Health Network is the only system on the market that does this to this degree."
The system's power comes from enabling true, inter-disciplinary coordination between patients and all caregivers, regardless of subspecialty or organization affiliation. An administrator can invite all others affiliated with that patient's care to participate, giving them all instant, simultaneous access to each other's data – including fully integrated data from sources such as wearable devices, sensors, smart phones, web browsers, apps, patient-reported data, claims data, EMRs/EHRs and health care systems. Using that data, it creates AI algorithms to make smart, personalized and adaptive health solutions.
PatientSphere 2.0 for Cardiology was tested, deployed and credentialed by one of the nation's leading hospitals for children, which used the system during the summer of 2020 for research and clinical applications, with a planned extension into prevention for 17,000 patients, particularly those living with cardiomyopathy.
"This system allows everyone on our care team to have to the same data in real-time and enables us to make and modify treatment plans quickly and easily," said Kimberly Lin, MD, a cardiologist treating cardiomyopathy, who helped credential the system. "That ability to individualize really sets this system apart. We can give patients individualized recommendations and receive feedback immediately, without them having to come into the clinic; and we know instantly if the patient is doing the prescribed exercises as directed and what effect it's having on their vitals."