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October Monthly Special 2022

Datos Health – Democratizing Health Care with One Powerful Open Platform


Remote Patient Monitoring is a way to deliver healthcare services to patients from remote. It relies on technology and software to connect individuals to providers in clinical environments, from practices to hospitals to clinics and research facilities. Information transfers between patient and provider digitally, with security measures in place to keep personal information private. Remote patient monitoring is particularly beneficial in remote, rural locations where patients have been chronically underserved. In the face of hospitals and clinics shutting down due to economic downturns, remote monitoring becomes a crucial life link to these patients in need. And when you add to this situation the fact that hospitals and doctors’ offices have been inundated with a crush of patients who have fallen ill with the novel coronavirus, it makes a lot of sense to deliver services to patients from afar with RPM systems. The statistics of RPM usage show its usage is growing. There are also researchers’ projections on its future use for you to keep in mind. Insider Intelligence explains that 30 million patients in the United States are expected to use RPM systems by 2024.

Datos Health replaces today’s rigid, pre-built, remote patient monitoring solutions with one powerful open platform. Providers now have unlimited freedom to implement and customize any digital care programs they choose. Datos Health's flexible design studio allows doctors to fine-tune care workflows to their needs and protocols, either creating remote care programs from scratch or by leveraging existing protocols from leading healthcare organizations. These workflows are then instantly transformed into device-agnostic patient CareApps, empowering patients to manage parts of their care journey themselves. Assisted self-care is now an automated reality for patients and providers alike. No limitations. Pure possibility. Datos Health– Your care, your way.

The Open Care Platform

Datos Health is moving beyond what healthcare providers were promised from traditional remote patient monitoring technology, they are not putting clinicians in a box and expecting them to provide care in a specific way. Their remote care platform is adaptable to any clinical workflow and is made for the way you care. The Open Care platform replaces today’s rigid, pre-built care solutions with a powerful open framework. Providers gain unlimited freedom to adapt out-of-the-box remote care programs to fit their workflows or they can easily design their own programs. Patient responses to validated questionnaires and surveys are scored by their algorithm. Patients are then guided through automated triage or care teams are alerted if intervention is needed to preserve capacity, detect downward trends and reduce hospitalizations. Their device agnostic remote patient monitoring platform can integrate with any wearable, fitness tracker, or connected medical device- many of which are FDA approved. The company's goal is to give providers the flexibility to choose devices that best fit within their workflow. Program adherence also improves when patients can wear devices they already own and wear.

Easily design your own programs or customize one of their pre-built remote care plans. Gain customized views of entire populations, cohorts, and individual patients; set rules to automatically generate alerts when patients’ measurements fall out of normal range to improve clinical workflow and automate for efficiency. Their user-friendly app is focused on providing optimal patient engagement and improving program adherence. Patients are guided through automated assisted self-care through the app when appropriate and escalation alerts are sent to the care team when their intervention is needed. Patients receive the care they need when they need it. The platform features a multitude of communication and virtual care options. Datos Health leverage leading-edge technology such as video-based vital signs monitoring. Both patients and providers can access virtual waiting rooms and have the ability to screen share, upload files, chat with one another, or launch ad-hoc and scheduled visits within the app or via a link.

Remote Care for Congestive Heart Failure

Following discharge, suboptimal medication titration often affects the quality of life for CHF patients and increases their risk for rehospitalization. For chronic CHF patients,’ their condition can begin to deteriorate but they may not be diagnosed until decompensation has progressed to later stages and possibly to dangerous levels. Unfortunately, CHF remote patient monitoring systems are still unable to fill the gaps in care for heart failure patients. An automated assisted self-care platform that merges monitoring and care is a critical tool for congestive heart failure patients by providing them with automated symptom self-management, earlier medication titration, and closer medical management to decrease hospital admissions risk.

The Datos Health remote care platform encourages and reminds CHF patients to report vitals, medication compliance, and symptoms to their provider through an easy-to-use smartphone application. Accurate and timely data gives providers the necessary information to monitor patients remotely, adjust care plans to improve health, and identify minor trends that may otherwise go unnoticed. Care teams are also alleviated of many non-critical tasks so they can focus on the patients that need them most.

Uri Bettesh | Founder & Chief Executive Officer

He is an experienced tech executive and a passionate entrepreneur with a proven track record of more than 18 years in successfully leading business operations and technology implementations. Uri is a visionary who enjoys initiating and executing innovative strategies, engaging with highly professional management teams and leading to results in a fast-changing business environment.

"Our remote patient monitoring software guides patients through automated assisted self-care based on patient health data (PGHD) from wearables, medical devices, and surveys (PROMs)."