Sense.ly, a San Francisco, CA-based virtual medical assistant application for patient engagement and chronic disease monitoring has announced an agreement with Mayo Clinic. As part of the agreement, Sensely will integrate Mayo Clinic’s triage algorithms and clinical expertise with Sense.ly’s proven, empathy first, patient engagement platform to support of optimal health outcomes for individuals.
The Sense.ly virtual medical assistant app combines innovative avatar-based technology, advanced sensor capabilities, and telemedicine features that generate actionable, real-time data and intelligent analytics, enabling clinicians to make better, timelier care decisions. Supporting more than 20 conditions and protocols, Sensely offers therapeutic help with expertise and empathy. Sense.ly’s healthcare solutions have achieved remarkable results regarding patient compliance, reduction of readmissions, and lowering of costs.
Mayo Clinic’s health guidance expertise will help Sense.ly enhance its innovative avatar to assess patients and triage them to the most appropriate care resource, such as:
– Self care
– Clinical advice
– Scheduling an appointment
– Nurse Line
– ER Direction
“We are collaborating on solutions that would allow people to receive trusted health guidance and information, leading to more appropriate diagnosis and treatments. This new digital solution can help reduce the burden on the healthcare’s most expensive services, such as emergency rooms and clinical office visits. With research showing that 65 percent of ER visits are avoidable, it’s crucial for digital healthcare to continue to evolve at a rapid pace,” said Sensely’s founder and CEO Adam Odessky in a statement.