By Lydia McClure
The emphasis of healthcare in the United States is shifting from Individual Acute Care Management to Population Health Management. Reimbursement models are changing to align with these goals. As a result, physicians now have a stake in improving patient compliance with care plans. In addition, physicians and ACOs need to have a means of collecting and interpreting patient data (both individual and group) in a way that is flexible and able to provide outcomes data for several chronic conditions, including (but not limited to) diabetes, congestive heart failure, COPD, obesity, depression.
IbisCare is an interactive home-based system that improves patient compliance by reminding patients of necessary tasks to be performed during the day and offering feedback when tasks are performed well or omitted. Artificial Intelligence takes data entered by the patient and analyzes that data to provide insights for individual patient care and population trends.
IbisCare has two goals: