Medocity Advances Patient-Centered Care Solutions with iCancerHealth v1.5
MORRISTOWN, NJ – Based on patient and healthcare provider feedback, Medocity has released the next version of its iCancerHealth™ platform, enhancing patients’ ability to self-manage and report their cancer symptoms outside the clinic as they undergo treatment. It also improves patients’ ability to communicate with their caregivers, providers and other iCancerHealth community members. In addition, the new offering introduces a video-based approach to help patients use key iCancerHealth features in a simplified, easy to understand format.
- Dashboard: Personalized daily health reminders
- Health Tracker: Track and report other medical conditions
- Messages: Better organized by topic for easier conversations
- Community: Post across multiple health communities
- Vitals: Expanded vital tracking
- Resources: Instructional videos to walk you through the next steps
(Orientation, Profile, and Invite a Caregiver)
- Tutorial Videos: Found in each module under the Info-Icon
Medocity, headquartered in Parsippany, New Jersey, is a recognized leader in comprehensive virtual care products and services including chronic condition management, televisits, and remote patient monitoring. Our unique, innovative technology combines multiple telehealth capabilities onto a single, integrated care coordination and management platform, along with robust clinical intelligence including rules-based algorithms, alerts and decision support tools to help drive earlier detection and proactive interventions.
The Medocity platform is specifically designed to enable and improve patient-centered care delivered outside the hospital setting, particularly for patients at home who have chronic conditions responsible for more than 80% of the nation’s annual healthcare spend. By promoting patient-clinician engagement through shared connectivity and virtual technology, we enable rich, real-time interactions between patients, clinicians, care professionals and support teams.
Our vision is to dramatically improve care at lower cost for patients when they need it the most – when they’re at home, on their own, or in between visits with their care providers. Virtually. (http://www.medocity.com)