Qure4u CEO Speaks at McKinsey & Co. Global Healthcare Conference
Dr. Monica Bolbjerg, co-founder and CEO of Qure4u, Inc. (Bradenton, FL) recently shared her experiences placing patients at the center of emerging technologies at the "Future of Digital Healthcare" conference in Dubai.
By: Qure4u, Inc.
BRADENTON, Fla. - April 7, 2016 - PRLog -- Dr. Monica Bolbjerg recently spoke at global consultancy McKinsey & Company's "Future of Digital Healthcare" conference, held in Dubai. The conference gathered subject matter experts in the rapidly emerging field of digital healthcare to share their insights with providers, payers and government representatives gathered in the United Arab Emirates.
"We've been developing technology for patients and doctors for fifteen years now," said Dr. Bolbjerg, "With more than 1.8 million patients and thousands of providers currently using our platform, we've learned a lot about how to develop and implement technologies that enable the delivery of value-based healthcare."
Founded in Denmark in 2001, Qure4u provides HIPAA compliant, SaaS technology that collects and organizes patient health records into a single, highly interactive, self-management platform. The platform provides tools for the doctor, or a team of clinicians, and the patient, to work together, improving coordination and communication.
"We've learned adoption and subsequent success only comes when the technology works for both the patients and the doctors," added Monica. "It's also important for the technology to be flexible; to adapt to the existing work processes of clinicians. We also brand our platform to the provider's name to cultivate patient engagement and loyalty."
Qure4u enables Accountable Care Organizations and providers to incorporate custom, patient-interactive Shared Care Plans and engage in Chronic Care Management, key initiatives emerging throughout the U.S. healthcare delivery system. Home-based tasks are assigned, organized and communicated via the secure platform. Alerts and reminders can be custom set to prompt patient compliance and to alert care coordinators for timely follow-up.
Dr. Bolbjerg added, "Make it easy to get started. Integrate key functionality with back-end systems and roll out the technology in a step-by-step manner. Most importantly, focus on the patient experience. Encourage your patients to take ownership of their health records; this is the key to engagement."
The technology features real-time analytics in support of population health management. This allows time-sensitive responsiveness that claims data analysis cannot deliver. Providers and care coordinators can create custom communications and reminders to risk-stratified population segments, ensuring key quality measures are met.
To learn more, please visit http://qure4u.com.
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