Toronto-based Mavencare, a home care technology company that aims to connect seniors to home healthcare services, has launched what it is calling a first-of-its-kind digital portal to provide care managers access to real-time patient data.
“The current state of communication between the provider and payer is fragmented throughout the industry.”
The new portal, Mavencare Plus, aims to increase efficiency and save time by improving communication between the provider and its partners in order to promote better care coordination and health outcomes for home care patients. Mavencare also noted that the new portal is compliant with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
“Our goal is to create better health outcomes for patients while also providing our partners with the ability to be more efficient,” said the CTO and president of Mavencare, Nukul Bhasin.
“We recognized that the current state of communication between the provider and payer is fragmented throughout the industry, so we set out to develop a solution as part of our partner offering for a new level of enterprise access,” Bhasin added.
Mavencare’s home care technology service collects real-time, in-home data and uses predictive analytics to identify patient risk and reduce hospitalizations. The new portal utilizes a notification system and houses all communication between its team, caregivers, clients, healthcare partners.
“Care managers can now simply access Mavencare Plus to have real-time in-home status updates including visibility into critical events,” said Mavencare CEO Adam Blackman.
The startup also vets its caregiver applicants and matches patients with a caregiver according to their needs. It provides services in the Greater Toronto Area and New York City, and also expanded to the Greater Boston Area in December 2018. The Mavencare Plus portal is expected to be rolled out over the coming months.
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