HIPERCONDRIA

Better Care Coordination Lower Health Care Costs. Made for Google.

HIPERCONDRIA makes complexity simple. Our Transition Of Care (ToC) platform over G Suite decreases exceeding readmission thresholds while building holistic care plans as simple as opening Gmail accounts for High-Risk High Cost (HRHC) patients.

OUR SERVICES

Delivering anticipated care.

Our Intelligent Care Transition Technology Platform based on Google Healthcare simplifies complex interoperability, data predicting and collaboration between the patient, provider, and insurance companies.

With Google Cloud Machine Learning Engine and TensorFlow, we can train custom models to identify populations at risk or preventable consulting, as well as automatically detect patterns inpatient data that predict clinical outcomes at home and decrease avoidable readmissions.

Collaborate & Connect

Our Healthcare interconnection are covered with the best GCP in certifications for industry standards like ISO 27001, ISO 27017, ISO 27018 and PCI DSS.

Machine intelligence care

Build custom models with Cloud Machine Learning Engine and TensorFlow for prevent readmissions and deliver precise follow-up holistic plans.

Best appointment interval

Anticipate with secure post-hospital predictions follow-ups and Antibiotic Utilization (ABX) based on the patient behaviour.

Development

Our Google Cloud’s FHIR connection provides security,and scalability necessary to support predicting the precise appointment time to avoid readmission.

Follow-up plans

Our HIPAA compliance plan allows doctors and patient to exchange medical data, and follows plan even with live sessions on Hangouts Meet at home.

Radiology Dataset

Medical imaging organizations can use our machine solutions to improve patient outcomes, data management, and operational efficiencies.

We´ve made healthcare effortless

by creating a platform where doctors, clinics, and patients interact to anticipate revisiting ER or reconsulting again.

NO MORE

UPS AND DOWNS

For ACOS, IDS, and Healthcare Plans
from inpatients to outpatients.

Chronic Diseases

Empowering at-risk patients to better manage their health. Successfully managing cardiovascular diseases requires at-risk patients to be closely monitored 24/7.

Clinical team informed.

Deliver world-class care outside of the hospital with a direct sync to their doctor and patient Gmail accounts, among other Google tools as a zero friction personalised solutions.

Nurse Skill Care

Connect and sync nurse care visits with patient Gmail and Calendar with clinic summary including medication management, proactively scheduling care visits, empowering them to make informed decisions.

Medications in calendar

Empower reminders intake by extracting from medical formula so pharmacists can deliver proper education to ensure a smooth transition to patients and their caregivers.

Comprehend Medical Explanation

Extract and translate Healthcare data for each patient into a summary of anatomic terms, reports, and drugs in Google Docs using NLP (Natural Language Processing).

Individual Predictive Modeling

Alert doctor when patient enters in a risk group and encourage them to improve healthy living styles to manage and monitor the condition and contribute to the patient’s well-being.

IMPROVED HEALTH OUTCOMES & PATIENT EXPERIENCES

There is still
a light of promise

In the complexity of transition from inpatient to postacute/outpatient care, G Suite is a proven solution in healthcare to give patients fast, efficient service while meeting the strict requirements of regulations like HIPAA. We use the force of over a billion users in Google Products to leverage a better care for each one of us after leaving hospital.

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GOOGLE COULD BECOME A SIGNIFICANT PLAYER IN THE FUTURE OF HEALTHCARE.

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everywhere in healthcare.

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