The application allows chronic patients in distress and their caregivers to alert and conference-in the people they trust, by simply shaking their phone.
Whereas users are typically required to pay $49 per month, select patients in participating hospitals will be able to use the new Day-by-Day app for free.
Humana's Innovation Group will pilot Welkin's solution on its population health management program for members who are in their 70s and have diabetes.
According to a HealthMine survey, 74% of users believe wellness programs should include genetic testing as a way to identify risk for chronic conditions.
The company will use the fresh funds to enter new markets, expand support of its global customer base, and drive enhancements to its product.
Touted as a first-of-its kind, cloud-based platform, it promises to securely engage, monitor and manage patients with chronic gastrointestinal disease.
The platform connects providers and patients, helping organizations provide personalized care coordination and remote care management outside of a clinical setting.
The company is focused on the chronic wound care, such as bedsores and diabetic ulcers, using a smartphone's camera for measuring and quantifying wound healing.
The VITA health services enables remote patient monitoring of a variety of conditions such as CHF, diabetes, COPD, hypertension and other chronic illnesses.
Apple's wearable is used to support Ochsner's Hypertension Digital Medicine Pilot Program which tracks patients struggling to control their blood pressure.