The discussion about pharmaceutical companies’ adoption of digital health tends to revolve around what Big Pharma businesses are doing.
Tonic Health Announces Expanded Agreement with MedStar Health to Streamline Implementation of Medicare Chronic Care Management Services.
Innovative and engaging patient management system overcomes challenges for CCM implementation and provides a seamless solution for improved care
Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center has partnered with Tonic Health to capture comprehensive patient assessment data, formulating this data into a care plan, automating resource and education linkage, and applying this data to better coordinate complex chronic care across the health system.
A firsthand look at the next development in frontline chronic care management and patient engagement.
For CIOs, the challenge will be setting up systems that automatically screen patients based on the personal information they provide, identify the health problems they are prone to, and integrate seamlessly with all aspects of patient care.
Obamacare is fueling a hot new industry that uses mobile technology to curb health care spending.
Handling patient data—with those mountains of paperwork and forms—used to be a hard pill to swallow, but the process is getting a whole lot sweeter thanks to Tonic.
Tonic is being used by a range of leading healthcare institutions to make data collection less error-prone and chore-like.
Tablets will start to augment and replace smart TVs in hospitals and healthcare facilities. Companies such as Tonic Health are at the tip of the iceberg.
Tonic replaces the tiresome, wasteful and not always-accurate paper surveys and are boosting patient satisfaction to new levels.
Tonic Health has developed a patient survey and intake platform for physician practices that attempts to inject a sense of fun into the tedious process of filling out forms.
As patients gain more access to their medical information and care providers electronically, the healthcare world stands to see improvements in patient engagement. Enter Tonic Health.
Tonic CEO Sterling Lanier presents an overview of Tonic at Health 2.0.
Tonic makes filling in forms more engaging and offers the ability to extract more accurate and complete information from patients.
Bye-bye boring clipboard! Tonic Health has developed software for iPads that makes collecting medical data in the waiting room more patient-friendly and engaging.
Tonic is named as one of the 100 Most Brilliant Companies by Entrepreneur Magazine.
Tonic is finding that patients are willing to fill out 30% more questions with their iPad application because it is game-like, simple, fun, and intuitive.
"A," says Lanier, pulling out an iPad with an open game application that looks a little like Fruit Ninja. "It says things like, 'Welcome,' 'Rest Easy,' and 'Have Fun.' When's the last time someone had fun in the healthcare system?"
Innovative design clearly is prescribed for the patient portal.
Tonic highlighted as one of the most exciting companies in mobile health at HIMSS 2012.
Tonic is named as one of two frontrunners in patient engagement at HIMSS 2012.
Take an early look at 14 of the most interesting health IT products and services that will be displayed at the annual HIMSS conference, happening this month in Las Vegas.
With the slow demise of paper records and the rise of electronic platforms, the opportunity for patients to take hold of their healthcare has never been stronger.
Tonic Health hopes to make patient data collection more engaging and reliable by using a game-like iPad-based platform.