Veta Health, the digital health management platform that offers care pathways for ambulatory care management, today announced a strategic alliance with Boston Children’s Hospital, whereby it has acquired the license to two homegrown technology solutions, TriVox Health and HelpSteps. The acquisition of licenses to these platforms, which have been deployed in over ten clinics and 15+ clinical areas and reached over 40,000 users to date, furthers Veta Health’s technological capabilities as well as its care pathway offerings in pediatric population health.
Plans for Licenses
Over the next six months, Veta Health will be building the capabilities of the Trivox and Helpsteps platforms into Veta Health’s core offerings, enabling the company to broaden its offerings aimed at empowering patients in their care journey, while simultaneously affording clinical teams the context and tools needed to provide care in the spaces beyond and between patient visits. Additionally, the focus on extending care to the patient’s time away from the traditional care setting, in turn, improves long-term health outcomes.
“The patient care journey is about more than the time patients spend in the four walls of the hospital or doctor’s office. Extending care to the patient’s time away from traditional care settings is crucial to improving long-term health outcomes,” said John Brownstein, Chief Innovation Officer at Boston Children’s Hospital. “Given the significant strides that Veta Health has taken in the effort to improve ambulatory care through protocol-driven clinical pathways and the tremendous work accomplished by TriVox Health and HelpSteps to date, the potential of these platforms uniting is tremendous. We are immensely excited about the impact this will have on clinicians and patients alike.”