Care experience platform bags innovation award
Carium, a Care Experience Platform (CXP), has received the Patient Experience Innovation Award at the 7th annual MedTech Breakthrough Awards program conducted by MedTech Breakthrough, an independent market intelligence organisation that recognises the top companies, technologies and products in the global health and medical technology market.
Carium is an end-to-end care management ecosystem that allows care teams to actively engage people within their healthcare journey, regardless of condition, population or location. It allows care teams to automate complex workflows to optimise operational efficiencies and provide personalised care-at-scale.
“We are incredibly proud to receive this award from MedTech Breakthrough. First-generation telemedicine was designed as an alternative to in-person clinic appointments. In contrast, virtual care is a technology-enabled model where care for health can happen anywhere, at any time and, most importantly, fully engage the patient. Healthcare organisations are embracing how well our platform helps them consolidate aging and burgeoning tech stacks while we enable comprehensive 'care between the care' outside of traditional settings,” said Rich Steinle, CEO at Carium.
“We believe that it takes more to transform health care than remotely measuring a blood pressure reading, scheduling an appointment or taking a video visit. Carium is the platform where you can architect your vision of virtual care, hand-tailored to the people you serve,” Steinle said.
“We are actively advocating for and enabling patient-driven care management and engagement, because we believe that every person, every care team member, and every experience between them matters.”
The MedTech Breakthrough Awards aim to honour excellence and recognise the innovation, hard work and success in a range of health and medical technology categories, including telehealth, clinical administration, patient engagement, electronic health records and more. This year’s program attracted more than 4000 nominations from over 17 different countries throughout the world.
“In today’s trend of health care becoming more consumer-centric, people desire convenience, flexibility, personalisation and high quality from their healthcare experiences,” said James Johnson, managing director, MedTech Breakthrough.
“Carium delivers on and exceeds these expectations, breaking through the crowded digital health industry by providing relevant, effective and efficient tools to improve the care team experience.”
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