This post is part of a series for Health Innovation Week 2019, during which we’re featuring some of our health technology companies. Find other companies in the list here.
ForaHealthyMe Inc., is a virtual care solutions provider. They take a research-based approach to developing and commercializing technologies that address some of today’s most complex health challenges.
Built on validated models, Forahealthyme’s virtual care applications assist providers in treating and managing patients’ physiological & psychological challenges, while achieving the Triple Aim (cost, quality/health outcomes, and patient experience).
Health providers can virtually prescribe, track and analyze data streams of a patient’s range of motion activities during phases of care.
For both providers and payers, the value to the health system is realized via cost-saving through health informatics, disease management, coordinated care and telehealth technologies to increase patient access to care in a place where they prefer to be; i.e. at home.
“At ForaHealthyMe Inc., we have re-imagined care delivery models to address the fragmented and siloed approach to treating patients. We have optimized technology and re-designed the delivery of care by empowering providers with tools to make intelligent data-driven decisions.
Our platform delivers a unique combination of computer vision, telehealth, artificial intelligence and innovative interventional models that enable providers to better manage patients during the pre-op and rehabilitation phases of care.”
Courtney Cole, Founder and CEO
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