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Health and care delivery will be very different in 2030 from what we experience today – perhaps a much bigger change than anything we have seen before in a single generation. There are a number of drives for this – the population profile, workforce skills and roles, digital technologies, big data, and drugs and devices. Technology will drive significant realignment of how health and care are delivered. The EntelMed IQ Platform will enable providers to more effectively diagnose patients, reduce medical errors, and provide safer care to patients with better communication.

The electronic health records business is estimated to reach $139.4 billion by 2025.

The US providing $20 billion to hospitals and doctors to support their installation of EHRs is expected to fuel business growth.

49%

Improved patient outcomes.

44%

Improved compliance rates.

42%

Patients taking more ownership of their health.

43%

Patients benefit from detailed information on personalized health.

42%

Faster access to health care services

“Clinically-proven evidence was cited as critical for adoption by both payors and policymakers interviewed.”
According to a new study from the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), 68% of physicians strongly intend to use remote patient monitoring technology in the future.
Over half (52%) of consumers indicate they would use a connected health device as part of their treatment if a doctor made the recommendation, showing physicians as a strong driver for the use of technology in managing conditions.

56%

of consumers would be happy to share health data with their doctor in order to get more accurate diagnosis and treatment solutions.

31%

would be influenced by pharmacist recommendations or by a health insurance company.

>50%

of health care professionals believe that funding for health technology is the responsibility of the technology industry and manufacturers developing solutions.

Almost

1 in 2

Health care professionals believe technology has made health and fitness more accessible to their patients and agree that patients are happy to share this data with them.

Capabilities

EntelMed Patient Profile

Our business model includes the development of technologies that physicians will use to treat and monitor health conditions such as:

  • Diabetes
  • Heart Disease
  • Dermatology
  • Dementia
  • Chronic pulmonary disease (COPD)
  • Patients diagnosed with chronic illness.
  • Patients with mobility issues.
  • Post surgery patients
  • Stroke and rehabilitation
  • Substance abuse
  • Infertility
  • Weight gain/loss
  • Cognitive: stress, anxiety, memory decline, traumatic brain injury
  • Pain: Chronic, acute, pain distraction, pain syndromes, hot flashes, and night sweats
  • Motor: neck pain, shoulder pain, spinal cord injuries, and neurological disorders
  • Elderly patients
  • Neonates