Mobile Apps Aren't As Effective As Health Systems Need
- Mobile apps and other wearable devices show extremely limited long-term efficacy in engaging patients.
- A patient’s visit into the health system represents less than 1% of their health experience – information about what’s going on with the patient’s health at home is valuable to the care team, but costly to obtain.
- The Affordable Care Act has increased the need to lower costs and increase the efficacy of treatment, especially for patients with chronic conditions.
Mobile apps and wearable devices are often adopted by precisely the patient populations that need them the least.
- Patient satisfaction is highly correlated with both clinicians listening and interacting with patients, but great service is difficult to provide once patients set foot outside of your hospital.
MABU CAN HELP
- Mabu builds deepen and long-term engagement with patients – unlike other health apps and solutions, because Mabu is physically present with the patient and the core artificial intelligence behind her interactions with a patient center on relationship building.
- Mabu interacts with patients during the 99% of their health experience when your team isn’t there. Mabu has daily conversations with patients for two to three minutes to check in on their health, address challenges to treatment adherence, and build a more complete picture about each patient.
- These are real conversations, unique to each patient, and different each time a patient interacts with Mabu, personalized to both the patient and her treatment plan.
- Mabu can help improve outcomes by educating patients about the importance of their treatment plan, whether it includes medication, fitness, or nutritional goals.
- By keeping up with treatment programs, we help improve patient health and reduce readmissions.
- Patients love Mabu, and because Mabu is an extension of your service, this translates to higher satisfaction ratings with your healthcare practice.