CareSpeak CEO, Serge Loncar will moderate a panel of executives from Novo Nordisk, Culthealth and CareSpeak who collaborated on a successful early experience program executed through the use of automated patient engagement and interactive messaging.
CareSpeak's automated patient engagement platform extended days on therapy for Avella patients with cancer by 73 days and with inflammatory disease by 102 days.
CareSpeak CEO, Serge Loncar will moderate a panel of executives from Merck, United Healthcare and CareSpeak who collaborated on a successful cross-company patient engagement and adherence program.
Somerset NJ — September 15, 2017 CareSpeak Communications, a leading provider of digital messaging services to the healthcare industry, is excited to announce it's CareSpeak Mobile Health Manager and supporting infrastructure hosted at Connectria have earned Certified status by the Health Information Trust (HITRUST) Alliance. CareSpeak is one of the first digital health messaging companies to earn this certification putting it in an elite group of organizations worldwide that have done so.
You've seen the stats, text messages have a 99% open rate, are almost always (95%) read within 3 minutes, and have +40% response rates. So, how do you use this communications tool to instantly engage patients and drive increased ROI from your DTC advertising, CRM, and patient support programs?
CareSpeak collaborated with Joslin Diabetes Center to design a unique interactive texting algorithm to help juvenile diabetes patients manage their diabetes better. The study demonstrated that teens with type 1 diabetes (T1D) who adhere to frequent communication through a two-way text messaging system were found to maintain or improve A1C levels while preparing to transition from pediatric to adult care settings.
Join SVP Marketing, Chris DiCostanzo and Founder & CEO Serge Loncar as they show you how to plan and design engaging and interactive multimedia text messaging programs.
The workshop entitled Strategic Messaging to Drive Patient Acquisition and Engagement will take place on March 7th at 4:15pm. Friends of CareSpeak Communications receive a special discount to attend the conference. The 2017 EPharma conference will be held in New York City from March 6th through the 8th. Please join us.
CareSpeak Communications announced today that it has partnered with Molina Healthcare to launch a new text message based program designed to help patients, taking medications regularly, stay on their therapy. The program, which features the CareSpeak digital health platform, is being offered to Molina members in California, Michigan, and Ohio with the goal of improving care, quality, and patient outcomes.
Avella has just announced the launch of a new medication adherence program developed in partnership with CareSpeak Communications, a leading mobile health services company. Designed to be simple, secure and convenient for users, the program sends text alerts when it is time for a patient to take or refill their medication.
CareSpeak Communications and MedCart Specialty Pharmacy announced today that they have partnered to launch a new interactive SMS based program designed to help patients taking medications for chronic diseases stay on therapy. The program, which features the CareSpeak digital health platform, is being offered to MedCart customers, with the goal of improving patient care, quality, and patient outcomes.
CareSpeak CEO Serge Loncar will be joining on stage Allison Silvers - Chief Strategy Officer of Village Care, and Amir Kishon - CEO of Wellness Layers at the "Health Plan Strategies for Medication Adherence" conference in Philadelphia, March 9th, 2016 to discuss Rango - a digital health intervention for HIV patients.
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VillageCare (www.villagecare.org), a New York City community-based, non-profit organization serving people with post-acute and chronic care needs, announces the launch of "Rango," an online platform that combines a variety of technology-enabled features into one service that motivates and educates people to manage their own health.
HealthCrowd, text-message-based patient engagement strategy, has completed a pilot with New York Medicaid plan Healthfirst, showing that 86 percent of Healthfirst’s Medicaid population was equipped to receive text messages.
SOMERSET, N.J. (November 21, 2013) – Researchers at San Francisco VA Medical Center found that patients recovering from heart attack and/or stent placement took more of their medicines as prescribed when they received regular text messages reminding them to do so. Patients receiving the text reminders from CareSpeak’s system were 16% to 17% better at taking their antiplatelet (blood thinning/anti-clotting) medicines at the right time and in the correct dosage. Linda Park, a post-doctoral fellow at the San Francisco VA Medical Center, presented study results at the annual meeting of the American Heart Association in Dallas on November 17, 2013.
"Mobile health (mHealth) solutions present a significant opportunity for Specialty Pharmacy" said Serge Loncar. It makes a “high-touch” environment more efficient as the pharmacist can communicate with the patient via their most personal accessory, their mobile phone.
Avella Specialty Pharmacy has announced it is now offering its patients the mobile Health managerTM (mHm) service, a two-way text messages based, patient engagement platform, designed to help patients be more adherent to their medication therapies.
Burbank, Calif. May 7, 2013 – The Front Porch Center for Innovation and Wellbeing (Front Porch Center), a 501(C)(3) founded on the belief that innovation plays a vital role in enhancing wellbeing for older adults, announced successful results today from its “Minding Our Meds: Demonstrating Senior Medication Adherence with Cell Phone Texting Reminders” pilot project.
New York City-based CareSpeak Communications, meanwhile, uses simple mobile technology to encourage better compliance: a two-way text-messaging platform that sends reminders to patients and people who assist in their care. CEO Serge Loncar founded the company in 2006 and based it on three core beliefs: that the mobile phone would play an increasingly important role in health care; that a patient's entire "circle of care" should be involved in managing one's health; and that text messages would be the most nondiscriminatory way of staying in touch.
As the ground shifts under their very feet, savvy health insurers are figuring out that engaging consumers will be the key to succeeding long term. Aetna CEO Mark Bertolini has famously proclaimed the death of the insurance industry model as we know it. And the new model necessarily involves talking to consumers who historically maintain a high distrust of payers.
PEDIATRICS, the official journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics, published in the October 2009 issue a research paper entitled Improved Adherence and Outcomes for Pediatric Liver Transplant Recipients by Using Text Messaging. In this study Mt. Sinai Medical Center’s Pediatric Gastroenterology department conducted a year long study using CareSpeak’s MediM AS...
Gina (not her real name) had been born with a defect in her liver, with ducts so damaged and narrow that the bile could not drain. In the first year of her life, she underwent two urgent operations. The first was an unsuccessful effort to convert a loop of intestine into a drainage system for her...
If we can save one patient from needing another transplant, we’ve saved a life and at least a half-million dollars. The investment is relatively little and the benefit enormous.” Dr. Tamir Miloh, assistant professor of pediatrics and surgery at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York. The investment? Text message reminders for teenage liver transplant patients .
A team at Mt. Sinai worked on a pilot program with with wireless health start-up CareSpeak that used text message reminders to increase the rate of adherence among young liver transplant patients to their medication regimen.
The Pediatric Heart Transplant Program at NewYork-Presbyterian/Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital is partnering with CareSpeak Communications to bring mHealth (mobile health) to its teenage heart transplant patients and their families. The CareSpeak system uses 2-way text messaging to ensure patients take their medications on time and as prescribed, significantly decreasing the likelihood of organ rejection due to medication non-adherence. The system's efficacy was demonstrated in research published in the November 2009 issues of Pediatrics.
September, 2010 - CareSpeak Communications, in a partnership with Everyday Health, Inc., a leading provider of online consumer health solutions, today launched a new mobile health application called “Mobile Medication Manager” for HIV patients. The mobile app uses two-way text messaging to help HIV patients adhere to their medication schedules, resulting in improved treatment outcomes. Serge Loncar, CareSpeak’s President & CEO, explained
The devotion teenagers pay to their text messages may not be a bad thing, if childrenʼs hospitals can use it to help boost medication adherence in their patients. According to a 2010 report from the Pew Internet and American Life Project, half of teens send 50 or more text messages a day, or 1,500 texts a month, and one in three send more than 100 texts a day, or more than 3,000 texts a month
Texting while driving can be a deadly mix. But the electronic prompts may well be a lifesaver in the case of solid organ transplant patients, according to a company that offers a system for sending text messages to the phones of adolescent patients, reminding them to take their immune-suppressing medications. The developer, CareSpeak Communications Inc., recently announced…
When healthcare providers attempt to integrate new technologies into established clinical processes, they often face skepticism from physicians. Sometimes the expected benefits are not immediately apparent, and clinicians may be resistant to using new technologies if they believe they are interfering with patient care. As more providers try to innovate…
August 2, 2011 - Kajeet® (http://www.kajeet.com), the safest cell phone for kids™ and the only cell phone service provider in the U.S. to have won four parenting awards for excellence and safety, is pleased to announce its collaboration with CareSpeak Communications, a leader in mobile technology solutions for patients, caregivers and health care professionals, to support the Pediatric Health Transplant Program from the Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York Presbyterian…
September 8, 2011 - Easter Seals New Jersey’s mission is to enable individuals with disabilities or special needs, and their families, to live, learn, work and play in their communities with equality, dignity and independence,” says Brian Fitzgerald, president and CEO of Easter Seals New Jersey..
UnitedHealth Group is partnering with CareSpeak Communications to introduce two-way mobile text messaging services aimed at improving adherence to treatment plans. The new service, which is expected to be phased-in over the course of the next year, will also alert caregivers when the people under their care are not complying with recommendations, allowing for rapid intervention, if necessary.
Involving families or other caregivers also is key to systems designed by CareSpeak Communications. The East Brunswick, N.J., firm's Mobile Medication Manager reminds patients by text message to take their medications. Patients also are asked to confirm by text message that they have done so...
"CareSpeak has an exciting vision for how two-way text messaging technology can play a critical role in medication and care compliance," said Kari Olson, president of the Front Porch Center for Technology Innovation and Well-Being.
A Los Angeles-based retirement home company has been awarded a $77,150 grant from the non-profit Center for Technology and Aging for a project that will enable older adults to use cellphone text messaging services to help them remember to take their medication.
With the advent of electronic medical records, doctors can now access a patient’s health history with the click of a mouse. And now, as smartphones become ubiquitous, a wave of new entrepreneurs is working to harness e-health care and bring it to patient’s mobile device.
At the mobile health technology conference mHealthcon held at Rutgers University December 1, one panel shared some interesting insights about their businesses and what entrepreneurs and adapters of mobile health technology could learn from them.
More than 40 seed and early stage companies took to the showroom floor at this year’s mHealth Summit in Washington D.C., which ended Wednesday. Many were sponsored by incubators including StartUp Health and Rock Health.
In addition to speaking at various summits over the course of CES, UnitedHealth Group is also hosting several presentations in our very own booth. The first presentation on Monday morning will be from Serge Loncar, CEO of CareSpeak Communications.
Back before the big-buttoned Jitterbug became a hit, Serge Loncar had his own idea to make a senior-centric cell phone. Serge Loncar, founder and CEO of CareSpeak Communications, says he expects his text messaging technology to increase compliance in medication and disease management.
A series of new videos demonstrate how CTA’s mHealth grantee, the Front Porch Center for Technology Innovation and Wellbeing, is effectively utilizing cell phone text message medication reminders to help older adults adhere to their medication regime.