Putting Providers at the Heart of Care Management Technology: Say Hello to the New Welkin Health

One of the most powerful questions you can ask as a leader is this: If you could do it all over again, what would you do differently?  A year ago I took the helm as CEO of Welkin Health -- and it was in a strategy session shortly thereafter where... Read More >

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Whole-Person Care Comes Full Circle

A patient who arrives at a healthcare provider’s office—whether it’s a primary care clinic or a medical center—is often bringing more than an ailing body. Human beings are multi-dimensional; they require whole-person care to nurture the body,...Read More >

Resilience, Recharging, and Recalibration: What I Won’t Forget, Thanks to the Pandemic

Just a year ago this month, we began a collective journey, retreating to our homes, becoming more familiar with our four walls than we ever thought possible, creating a new normal for ourselves and our families almost...Read More >

Telehealth: Benefits and Challenges to Consider When Implementing the Healthcare of the Future

Telehealth had been redefining healthcare for years before COVID-19 sped up the adoption of this convenient, efficient, and effective delivery model. Providers and patients alike who still have reservations about using telehealth may not be informed about...Read More >

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    The Comorbidity Challenge: How Providers Can Improve Comorbidity Care Management

    Comorbidities, conditions simultaneously present with another condition, have become a unique challenge to patients and care providers alike. Comorbidities are often long-term and chronic. Common examples of comorbidities in the United States include: Arthritis Diabetes mellitus Hypertension Heart disease COPD Obesity Mood disorder Substance use disorder Studies on COVID-19 are also showing a pattern of comorbidities that require further long-term research. The co-occurrence of these...Read More >

    Proactive Care: How to Achieve Better Outcomes

    What is proactive care? Proactive care is the ongoing patient-provider conversation and active monitoring of conditions to help prevent life-threatening emergencies. When care teams communicate regularly with at-risk patients—as well as each other—about conditions, diagnostics, and treatment protocols while encouraging preventive measures, they’re practicing proactive care. Proactive care is personalized healthcare that makes problem prevention second nature for care teams and encourages patients to take...Read More >

    Team Member Spotlight: Dima Limonov

    At Welkin Health, we believe a company is only as amazing as its people. We’ve dedicated ourselves to improving the lives of care teams and want to show off the people who work tirelessly behind the scenes to make that happen. We’ll be doing a Q&A with one of our extraordinary team members to show off the people behind the product. Our very own Dmitri...Read More >

    Top 5 Telehealth Technology Tools for Clinicians

    Top 5 Telehealth Technology Tools for Clinicians The current upswing in telehealth popularity among patients is good news for clinicians. Whether it’s a diabetic checking in with her doctor, or a parent pointing a webcam at their kid’s poison ivy symptoms—the demand is out there. Computers and mobile devices that send digital communication remotely enable your team to deliver healthcare in real-time—right at the moment...Read More >

    Can You Transform Orthopedic Medicine Through Telehealth? CEO Adam Tibbs Says Upswing Is Doing Exactly That.

    Adam Tibbs, CEO of Upswing Health, is focused on a new way to tackle joint and muscular pain through telemedicine. He joined us to talk about how Upswing will upend traditional orthopedic medicine using artificial intelligence and virtual technology -- for the benefit of both patients and providers. We’ll start with an easy one. What is Upswing? Upswing ensures people who need orthopedic care get...Read More >

    Why Online Doctor and Healthcare Reviews Matter

    Healthcare organizations nowadays can’t run away from the impact of their online reviews on their reputation. A recent study from MobiHealthNews showed that 95 percent of U.S. adults trust online ratings and reviews, and 70 percent of them said that they heavily rely on online reputations when choosing their doctors. Online healthcare reviews serve as proof of the quality of your services. These reviews can...Read More >

    Tia’s Dr. Kathleen Jordan on COVID-19, A Prison System as Proving Ground for Telemedicine, and the Future of Virtually-integrated Care

    Dr. Kathleen Jordan, Senior Vice President of Medical Affairs at Tia, has a unique perspective on COVID-19. At the start of the pandemic, she was serving as Chief Medical Officer at Saint Francis Memorial in San Francisco. Dr. Jordan leveraged her infectious disease and internal medicine background to care for patients and support her team in the face of enormous unknowns. We had the good...Read More >

    The Only Way Out Is Through: Looking Back on a Disrupted and Disruptive Year

    I am a planner.  This might be why my favorite book is The Art of the Long View. It’s the story of a Royal Dutch Shell strategy team in the late sixties. They were trying to employ scenario planning in advance of a shock to the oil system they knew would come eventually (but not when, why or how). For 72 hours, they locked the...Read More >