Equiva Health Relationship Management

Welcome to Equiva’s new blog

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As our organization has grown, we’ve identified new opportunities to support our customers in advancing their digital health, patient engagement and consumer experience initiatives. We’re pleased to introduce a blog where we’ll share insights and perspectives on the issues, trends and topics shaping the healthcare industry.

If you’re not familiar with our organization or our newest offerings, you’ll be keen to know that Equiva evolved from the first “patient experience healthcare tablet company” (formerly PadInMotion, founded in 2013) to today’s only provider of an advanced “health relationship management” platform.

Our health relationship management platform (HRM) helps healthcare organizations (HCOs) develop and retain long-term customer relationships and support initiatives to advance health equity, improve health outcomes and drive financial success. We serve hospitals and health systems, skilled nursing facilities, home care providers and other organizations seeking to advance healthcare via digital technologies.

Equiva’s approach blends aspects of patient engagement, care management, and marketing in a framework that bridges data analytics with education and behavioral science-driven methodologies – to purposefully mobilize intelligence-driven action among consumers, patients, their loved ones, and care team members. 

Built from the ground up, our company’s offerings have come together to create a healthcare point- solution aggregation and software delivery environment. Using Equiva’s SaaS platform, HCOs can securely power the delivery of any number of digital health applications via mobile devices (tablets and phones,) kiosks, televisions, digital signage and more. 

Today, thousands upon thousands of health and wellness apps are available to providers, payers, clinicians and consumers. Most address a specific clinical need or an isolated problem in the healthcare delivery chain. HCOs are hard pressed to evaluate, acquire, deploy and manage such a wide array of point solutions. We partner with a wide range of organizations who provide health education, experience and engagement solutions, allowing their offerings to be delivered via our platform – quickly, easily and affordbably.

As our industry continues to evolve, we believe now is the time for HCOs to make investments in platforms capable of integrating point technologies (both existing and yet-to-be-defined) into a more cohesive environment — and to do so in a way that is not overly complex or costly.

By coalescing various digital offerings and the data derived from these into a single centralized framework, HCOs can create a robust, dynamic engine that powers new healthcare delivery approaches to improve clinical outcomes, reduce costs and advance health equity. Using this type of IT environment, the HCO is better equipped to mobilize purposeful actions among healthy and ill individuals, their loved ones, and members of their care team, both clinical and non-clinical.

We wish you the very best in your journeys to advance health. As Equiva’s mission states, “Humanity will be better served when every person is connected to the individuals, information, and experiences that support overall well-being.” 

We welcome ideas and enjoy the opportunity to learn from our colleagues. Please reach out to ask questions and/or share your perspectives about this blog post. Find us at LinkedIn, use our website contact form or send email to info@equivahealth.com.

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