As Rx.Health continues to partner with leading health systems across the United States, the company has announced that it will be implementing its flagship Digital Therapeutics Prescribing Platform and EHR-integrated RxStitch Engine to support episodes of care and enterprise-wide digital transformation at Valley Health System. This partnership marks Rx.Health’s entry into the New Jersey healthcare market.
“Partnering with Valley Health System confirms that sophisticated health systems are ready to engage Digital Medicine and Digital Therapeutics to offer patients the best care plans,” said Rx.Health VP Strategic Partnerships Gaurav Narang. “Currently, digital health is quite fragmented and unaffordable. Our mission statement has always been to support enterprise-wide digital transformation and address fragmentation in digital health by supporting multiple-use-cases under one umbrella, so implementing at Valley Health is in direct alignment with that goal.”
Valley Health System will be utilizing Rx.Health to prescribe digital therapeutics and navigation for multiple initiatives and service-lines, including Medicare episodes of care and perioperative support, as well as for the closure of care gaps in at-risk populations. The digital navigation program will utilize the RxStitch engine, which Rx.Health released earlier this year in partnership with the American Gastroenterological Association and the American College of Cardiology.
“Utilizing technology to increase engagement and collaboration with our patient population is in our DNA,” said Dr. Robert Brenner, President, Clinical Integration & Physician Enterprise at Valley Health System. “Partnering with Rx.Health is a natural extension of our commitment to provide continuous and comprehensive care universally to all patients through innovation.”
“It is incredible to see that within 45 days, we have gone from signing the contract to making digital navigation available to our patients undergoing complex electrophysiological studies and procedures,” said Dr. Suneet Mittal, Director of the Snyder Center for Comprehensive Atrial Fibrillation. “In 2020, we plan to expand the current program to support telemedicine and devices for remote patient monitoring across the entire spectrum of cardiovascular care.”
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