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A generation ago, patient engagement may have meant walking a patient through a treatment routine in the exam room and handing them a brochure. Today, engagement happens through a complex network of interconnected technologies that can monitor conditions in real-time and empower patients with the ongoing support they need to prevent readmission.

MEDHOST's user-friendly suite of digital patient engagement solutions enhances the end-to-end user experience, increases efficiencies, and gives your clinicians the tools they need to make informed decisions that help advance patient safety and satisfaction.

Explore how MEDHOST YourCare® can enhance patient involvement and care continuity by helping hospitals provide services that go beyond the brick and mortar:

YourCare Community

This secure, online portal acts as a digital front door for patients, allowing them to access personal health records and stay connected with their physician.

YourCare Community allows clinicians to review patient records and stay in touch through direct communications. User-generated health data from wearables, devices, or fitness apps – such as a Fitbit or personal glucometer—can also be used to track recovery or monitor chronic conditions.

These features, plus a patient admin portal, help support the seamless flow of information from user to provider.

YourCare Apps

Feature-rich IOS and Android apps with patient portal functionality provide a hub for personal health management that features current content, categories that the patient has determined are relevant to their situation, and tagged information that can help with ongoing treatment.

YourCare Management

The YourCare Management App creates real-time communication between patients and their care team to facilitate effective treatment routines and chronic condition management.

YourCare Support

MEDHOST Support Groups App provides an alternative support vehicle for patients living with similar chronic conditions such as diabetes or cancer. Support Groups are fully supported and moderated, providing clear lines of communication between patients and clinicians.