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Press Release

New Peri-op Care Journey Solution Makes Education and Support More Readily Accessible to Patients and Caregivers via Tablet and Phone App

NEWS RELEASE – Organizations can improve patient experience, outcomes and efficiencies by enhancing pre-op, day-of surgery and post-discharge engagement. “Tablets and mobile apps are increasingly used to make surgical care journeys more holistic. We see value in Equiva’s approach with these devices to improve access to educational materials as well as stress reduction tools, social services resources, language interpretation and more.”

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Case Study

Enhancing the Peri-op Experience for Surgical Patients and Their Caregivers

Proactive use of evidence-based education is an essential component of ERAS protocols. Communication throughout the preoperative process can help improve learning as well as emotional wellbeing and patient experience. Read this case study to learn how a New York ambulatory surgery center that performs 3,000+ surgeries per month is leveraging Equiva’s platform to make important information and resources more readily available to patients and loved ones at critical touchpoints across the surgical journey.

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Webinar

Community and Rural Hospitals: Rethinking Patient Experience

Many hospitals lack budget and manpower to secure “enterprise-wide interactive inpatient experience platforms.” Yet new technologies exist to quickly and affordably advance patient experience both at and beyond the hospital bed. Presenters share background about patient engagement and describe a new approach to holistically support patient journeys across inpatient, outpatient and home settings.
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Press Release

Equiva Advances Cancer Support Community Initiatives to Help Medically Underserved Communities Access Cancer Support Resources

NEWS RELEASE – CSC network partner sites in Arizona, Kentucky and California are joining two CSC sites now offering an Equiva program developed specifically to improve access to psychosocial oncology care, including education, resources, and support services for individuals in medically under-resourced communities. This expands potential to reach thousands of impacted individuals across rural and urban settings.

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Press Release

Equiva Health Appoints New Chief Operating Officer

NEWS RELEASE – We’re thrilled to welcome Scott Jones to our leadership team. As Equiva COO, Scott will lead operations, product and technology functions, with a focus on expanding capabilities in these areas to enable continued growth. Scott’s experience at various organizations including Fortune 500 and private equity-owned emerging healthcare organizations, aligns squarely to our mission to support our customers in advancing health equity, improving health outcomes and driving financial success.

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News Article

Nir Altman On The Digital Health Divide and Why & How We Should Close It

AUTHORITY MAGAZINE – The FCC has done a great job of providing a framework to connect individuals who are experiencing barriers to access. Other stakeholders can come together to further the goals of the ACP. Tech companies have the opportunity to pursue unique, out-of-the-box solutions that benefit under-connected individuals, risk-bearing organizations and the FCC.

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News Article

Cancer Support Community San Francisco Launches Initiative to Provide Digital Cancer Care to Underserved Communities

CANCER SUPPORT COMMUNITY SAN FRANCISCO –“Every day in the US, more than 5,000 people are diagnosed with cancer but not all patients have equal access to care. Through this first-of-its-kind initiative, we can reach even more people impacted by cancer with valuable resources that can improve quality of life,” said Rob Tufel, Cancer Support Community SF Bay Area CEO. “We’re proud tl embrace this groundbreaking program to deliver support to cancer patients.”

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News Article

Equiva Health, Gilda’s Club, healthcare providers leverage affordable broadband funding

HEALTHCARE IT NEWS – With more than 750 WiFi-enabled tablets funded by the FCC’s Affordable Connectivity Program, the partners aim to increase affordable broadband access and provide psychosocial oncology care to the underserved. “Interestingly, many inform us that they’ve not previously heard of the FCC’s Affordable Connectivity program despite it being launched more than a year ago,” said Katherine Todd, Gilda’s Club Twin Cities’ executive director.

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News Article

Gilda’s Club Twin Cities Launches Oncology-Focused Initiative to Reach Medically Underserved Communities Via FCC’s ACP

PR NEWSWIRE – Use of tele-mental health services experienced rapid growth during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, disparities in access to broadband and usage were also exposed. As Gilda’s Club Twin Cities looks beyond the pandemic, they see an opportunity to continue to leverage tele-mental health services in a way that breaks down barriers to care and advances health equity.

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News Article

Craig Settles: The Role of Telehealth in States’ Broadband Plans

BROADBAND BREAKFAST – The broadband infrastructure supporting telehealth should pilot test many-to-many connections and resources. Jason Welch, Infiniti Mobile president said, “By expanding the ecosystem beyond broadband and telehealth providers to include healthcare organizations themselves, there’s a unique opportunity to educate the patient. ‘Here’s your device and software, and here’s how you maximize the value of their use.’”

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