Action Healthcare to Offer Unique and Cost-Effective Approach to Engage
Patients and Improve Clinical Outcomes
TORONTO and PHOENIX, Jan. 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Life:WIRE(TM) Corp, a dynamic mobile communications and health information solution provider based in Toronto, Canada, has entered into an agreement with Action Healthcare Management, Inc. (AHM), a national medical management company headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona, to provide its innovative interactive system for improving clinical outcomes while reducing patient health care costs.
Through the use of Life:WIRE 's patent-pending, wireless solution for care management and pharmaceutical adherence, AHM's care managers can deliver personalized reminders via a cell phone that is personalized to each patient's specific health needs.
According to Howard Rosen, MBA, CEO and Founder of the company, "Life:WIRE turns a standard cell phone into an interactive health management tool, without the need to download or install software or purchase costly equipment, catering to a user's specific lifestyle. Through our two-way messaging platform, patients, case managers and others can track health conditions, treatments and activities and graph their success. Our dynamic input and reporting system encourages patients to integrate good health practices into their daily lives."
Jean Rice, RN, President of AHM, adds, "Action Healthcare's care managers will use Life:WIRE to enhance our patient communication and compliance strategies for those enrolled in case, disease and predictive management programs. We anticipate that patients will embrace Life:WIRE, providing an even higher level of engagement in our medical management programs, and transforming their lives for the better."
Healthcare consultant Joel V. Brill, MD, notes, "medication adherence,
lifestyle factors and laboratory monitoring are important in the successful
management of a patient's condition. Life:WIRE enh
|SOURCE Life:WIRE Corp and Action Healthcare Management, Inc.|
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