By Caleb Frost
The idea that people make rational decisions was a deeply engrained economic school of thought until behavioral economics suggested otherwise in the late 20th century. Here at Senscio Systems, we are well aware that patients don’t always behave rationally in their decision making. Behavioral economics suggest that decisions are largely influenced by social, cognitive and emotional factors. In order to improve patient care plan adherence and to stabilize chronic illnesses, it is important for us to understand the irrational behavior that influence patients decisions about self care.
By Susie Macrae
As healthcare in the US shifts from fee-for-service to fee-for-value, managing population health will become increasingly important. IbisCare provides several key elements for a successful population health management program: patient engagement, real-time behavioral data integration and analytics to support clinical decision making and resource allocation.
By Keiron Stoddart
One thing we are especially proud of at Senscio Systems is our ability to predict future health outcomes from present self-care habits through the use of ScioTM, our proprietary inference engine. Let me elaborate. Scio can be thought of as a brain-in-a-box. It is continuously learning a patient’s habits as they interact with their CareStationTM and is infinitely extensible in what it can be taught to learn.
By Piali De
Ibis is changing chronic care management in profound ways. The Ibis solution is unique in that it is (1) disease agnostic, (2) patient centric and (3) focused on homebound vulnerable patients. Its value proposition comes from connecting the dots between patient behavior and health outcomes, for real-time, personalized population management.
By Nikki Margaretos
One week ago today, Senscio Systems sent its first shipment of Ibis CareStations to our first customer. Every member of our team had a role in the process, from finalizing the program version, to assembling boxes, to carrying the CareStations out the door. This deployment marks a huge milestone for Senscio and we look forward to hearing feedback from our newest users. With our first shipment complete, the team is already hard at work building and improving Ibis.