Healthcare Systems

Your Challenges

Mobile Apps Don't Work

  • The Affordable Care Act has increased the need to lower costs and increase the efficacy of treatment.
  • A patient’s visit into the health system represents less than 1% of a patient’s health experience, but support and information about what’s going on with the patient’s health at home is difficult and costly to obtain.
  • Mobile apps and wearable devices are often adopted by precisely the patient populations that need them the least.
  • Even then, mobile apps and other wearable devices show no long-term efficacy in engaging patients.
  • Patient satisfaction is highly correlated with both listening and interacting with patients, but it’s difficult to provide patients with great service, especially when they set foot outside of your hospital.


  • Mabu can interact with patients in the 99% of places that you can’t. Mabu has daily two to three minute conversations with patients to check in their health, address challenges to treatment adherence, and builds a more complete picture about each patient.
  • Because the core artificial intelligence behind Mabu’s interactions with the patient center on relationship building, and because Mabu is physically present, Mabu builds and deepens long-term engagement.
  • 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, reducing readmissions.
  • Patients love Mabu, and because Mabu is an extension of your service, this translates to higher satisfaction ratings with your healthcare practice.