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Validic Impact
Validic Impact

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Product Description:

Validic® Impact is a remote patient monitoring (RPM) and digital health operating system, built on our award-winning healthcare IoT platform. You can customize and integrate the system into their existing healthcare systems and workflows, quickly designing, deploying and scaling new digital health programs to meet their needs. Validic Impact’s administrative tools deliver patient data when you need it, in a format that is simple to visualize and use. The straightforward onboarding workflows help you enroll new patients quickly and efficiently.

About Validic, Inc.:

Validic is a digital health and remote care company. We built the world’s largest health IoT platform to transform personal data into insights and actions that improve clinical decisions and healthcare delivery, strengthen patient and provider relationships, and empower people to play an active role in their health and well-being. Leading healthcare providers use our solutions to deliver high-touch and personalized chronic condition management, remote care and support for healthy living.

Product Description:

Rimidi’s cardiometabolic platform supports disease management of some of the most prevalent and costly chronic conditions. The platform provides access to the tools required to manage multiple disease states – Diabetes, Cardiovascular Disease/Hypertension, Heart Failure, Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD) and Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH), and Obesity. The platform consolidates relevant clinical data from the EMR for each disease state with patient-generated health data from connected devices or surveys, and layers clinical decision support that can be mapped against national or practice guidelines. Our cardiometabolic snapshot allows clinicians to quickly assess patient status for each comorbid disease state -- are screenings up to date? Are key metrics well-controlled?

About Rimidi:
Rimidi is a cloud-based software platform that enables personalized management of health conditions across populations. Created by doctors, Rimidi avoids the disconnect in connected care by combining patient-generated health data with clinical data from the EHR to drive patient-specific clinical insights and actions. The net effect is a better health system with optimized clinical workflows that enable better decisions, better relationships, better outcomes and ultimately a better healthcare system. For more information, visit rimidi.com and follow us on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

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Validic's remote care application supports more than 100 devices to allow patients to share biometric data from outside the hospital or clinic. It is extended to patients in two ways. First, it allows for a BYOD smartphone offering, where the patient can download our HealthBridge™ app and complete enrollment and device pairing on their personal device. Peripheral devices such as scales and blood pressure cuffs are provided by their care team or purchased by the patient online or in stores. The application also allows for the shipping of a pre-configured, locked-down tablet (kit), where all peripherals can be pre-paired and it "just works" out of the box. Whether provisioned from the BYOD or "kit-based" model, the data seamlessly flow from the patient's device and into the RPM program, where it is evaluated against programmed rules, is able to escalate alerts directly to providers or nursing queues, and is viewable and actionable within the EHR.

The client configures Validic's program defaults, with customizeable rules at the program and individual patient levels. The data we receive from the patient's devices are evaluated against the program rules and the result of those evaluations can be alerts to providers, messages to specified individual or shared inboxes, follow-up surveys for more information, or messages sent directly to the patient with instructions on what actions they should take. Our clients build their programs with the appropriate measurement goals and thresholds to enable them to have awareness of any concerning trends in a patient's condition.

Validic's remote care application also includes asynchronous, conversational chat capability. They are used in two ways. First, to evaluate data received from a patient's device. For example, if a blood pressure reading is above the threshold set by the care team in that patient's program, the team can trigger a follow-up conversation to gather additional information from the patient such as worsening symptoms or medication adherence. Second, care teams can send chat conversations regularly (daily, weekly, etc) as a way to check in with the patient about their condition, progress in the program, or to gain other insights. The care team can build rules that evaluate the chat conversation responses and deliver alerts and escalations in a variety of ways, such as to a configured EHR message inbox. For example, an answer to a question of "are you feeling better/same/worse today" with an answer of "worse" could trigger a message for follow up.

Our patient-facing solutions can be offered on a pre-configured "zero setup" tablet, where the patient's peripheral devices are pre-paired and ready to go out of the box. The patient simply types in a PIN code and leaves the tablet plugged in/charged and in close proximity to the peripheral devices when taking readings. There are no other actions for the patient to take other than using their blood pressure cuff, scale, etc to take readings. For users who may already have their own glucometers, scales, or blood pressure cuffs, we support an expansive library of devices and continue to add more to our platform annually. This allows many patients to use the medical device with which they are already comfortable. Third, for patients who are comfortable using their own smartphone/tablet, we support Android and iOS through our HealthBridge™ native apps. After completing a simple, guided self-enrollment process, the patient is directed to pair their device, and readings seamlessly flow through the app as long as it's running in the background. The patient isn't required to open the app or take any additional actions beyond recording measurements using their peripheral devices in proximity of the phone where the HealthBridge™ app is installed. Finally, the HealthBridge™ app runs in English and Spanish.

Starting with industry-standards-based templates, our implementation team guides each customer through the creation and customization of care plans for each program into which that the customer is planning to enroll patients. These goals, rules, and alerts allow our customers to build highly specialized care plans that enable the care team to be alerted and informed regarding patients who need to be engaged, while giving them confidence on patients who are performing well in the program. Validic's remote care application allows for each program to have a default configuration that will apply to each enrolled patient, while also enabling the care team to modify thresholds and alerts on a patient-by-patient basis, to give as much flexibility as is needed to manage care.

Validic's digital health and remote care platform is integrated with the Cerner and Epic EHRs, and NextGen Video Visit solution. Our integration includes: - Seamless integration of the provider clinical experience within the EHR via an embedded SMART on FHIR application. This includes SSO so there is never a need to have a second password. Providers work directly in the EHR and never have to "launch out" to a second application. - Enrollment of a patient into a program happens directly within the integrated experience. The care team can see which programs a patient is already enrolled into and enroll them into additional programs, all within the EHR embedded workflow. Data needed for enrollment is automatically read from the EHR, avoiding the need for the care team to manually type in demographic information. - The ability to generate inbox/inbasket messages directly into the EHR's native messaging system. This makes the information generated by remote care programs live alongside other messages that are being sent to the care team, including shared inboxes/inbaskets, to facilitate workflows where the care team is flexible throughout the day/week. - Writing the discrete result values received from the patients devices directly into the EHR flowsheet, so that it is evaluated by Validic's RPM rules within the program and also becomes part of the patient's medical record, to be used by other processes within the EHR as well as any downstream analytics, population health, HIEs, or other systems that depend on the EHR chart being comprehensive.

For higher-acuity programs or programs for individuals with lower technical abilities, Validic can provide everything from simple ship-and-forget clinical device fulfillment and IT setup and configuration to reverse logistics, friendly and compassionate 1-800 patient-facing technical support, and outbound onboarding calls to support a patient’s first experience with the programs. Staff training is part of our customer onboarding/go-live processes.

Use Cases

Description:
  • Remote monitoring for acute episodes and transitions of care
  • Remote monitoring for chronic condition management, including but not limited to: hypertension, heart failure, diabetes and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.


COVID-19 use cases:

None provided

Pediatric use cases:

None provided

Users:

None provided

Description:
  • A physician sees a patient with poorly controlled diabetes in the office and is prompted in the Rimidi diabetes view to enroll the patient in remote monitoring and to consider a therapy adjustment to optimize cardiovascular risk reduction. The physician creates a dynamic care plan with each encounter that posts back to their EMR. The physician reviews the patient’s home glucose readings one week after therapy adjustment to ensure adequate control.
  • A patient uses the connected glucometer provided by the practice. She can see whether she is in her target range, receive messages from her care team in response to her data, and access the diabetes educational course recommended to her on her home device. She feels more connected and in control of her diabetes.
  • A care coordinator monitors a clinic’s patients with diabetes, heart failure or hypertension remotely, addressing alerts configured for the clinic and ensuring that they are meeting clinical guidelines and helping to avoid costly admissions and readmissions. Documentation for RPM and CCM activity is done in the Rimidi app and aggregate for billing purposes.
  • A primary care physician scans a patient population in the Rimidi app and sees several patients with cardiometabolic risk factors that are at risk for Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease. The physician receives guideline-based, clinical decision support to guide the patients to the appropriate level of care—whether that’s a specialist referral, bloodwork, or imaging.
  • A clinic uses Rimidi to send depression screening questionnaires before all annual physician exams for their patients with heart failure and diabetes. Patients can complete the questionnaire on any device and Rimidi posts the responses back to the EMR as well as visualizing them within the Rimidi app.


COVID-19 use cases:

Data has so far shown that people with pre-existing conditions like diabetes and hypertension are more likely to have worse COVID-19 outcomes. While the need to provide continual, virtual models of care to better manage chronic conditions has always been important, it's especially important during COVID-19 to reduce risk of COVID-19 exposure in healthcare settings, and to ensure that the highest risk populations are still getting the care they need.

Pediatric use cases:

Rimidi has developed a view specifically for tracking gaps in care in Pediatric Obesity, a major risk factor for future development of cardiometabolic conditions.

Users:

Clinicians, care teams

EHR Integrations

Integrations:

Acute care EMR, Ambulatory EMR, Ancillary EMR, Pop health platform, Home health, Behavioral health

EMR Integration & Relevant Hardware:

Recommended, but not required

EMRs Supported:

Epic, Cerner, NextGen

Hardware Compatibility:

Desktop, Mobile / Tablet (web optimized), Mobile / Tablet (native app)

Integrations:

Ambulatory EMR, Credentialing, Other

EMR Integration & Relevant Hardware:

Recommended, but not required

EMRs Supported:

Epic, Cerner, NextGen, Athenahealth, athena

Hardware Compatibility:

Desktop, Mobile / Tablet (web optimized)

Product Attributes

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Covid-19

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Pediatric

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Covid-19

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Pediatric

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Differentiators

Differentiators vs EHR Functionality:

Validic saw that many healthcare providers and payers struggled to manage data provided by aggregation platforms, so we built an entire operating system around our award-winning healthcare IoT platform. Impact prevents the need for numerous vendor relationships, buying cycles, implementations, or one-off workarounds to get patient-generated data operationalized in the clinical workflow. With Impact, organizations can move beyond one-off, disease-specific platform purchases. Instead, Validic Impact enables providers to scale implementations of disease management programs across disease states. Organizations are, therefore, not locked into a single vendor or the need to budget for multiple implementations and service integrations.

Differentiators vs Competitors:

Validic takes a platform-first approach to remote patient monitoring, setting it apart from condition-specific solutions and delivering programs at scale. We power the largest centralized RPM program in the nation, with more than 250,000 patients enrolled to date. Validic offers access to the widest range of devices and data sources, providing connections to more than 530 devices. Enabling remote monitoring capabilities within existing clinical systems and workflows, our remote monitoring solution enhances rather than detracts from substantial investments made in enterprise-wide solutions like the EHR. Administrators and physicians can configure the program the way they want, setting up personalized patient experiences and notifications to fit their preference. Our solution supports a bring-your-own-device model and a fully curated, ready-to-use kit mailed to the patient.

Differentiators vs EHR Functionality:

In the sales process, we often hear “Doesn’t Epic (or other EHR) do that?” Rimidi is not built to replace the EHR, but to enhance it by bringing in additional data sets, providing more efficient workflows, and improving the user experience. Rimidi can install and configure its platform within 3-6 weeks which is significantly faster and more cost effective than onsite EHR teams can build and support enhancements to meet clinical needs. Rimidi’s modern technology stack enables rapid cycle innovation and iteration post-go live.

Differentiators vs Competitors:

Rimidi’s cardiometabolic platform is most often compared to other Remote Patient Monitoring solutions, but the platform-approach to RPM allows Rimidi to do so much more. Some key differentiators of the Rimidi platform are: (1) tight integration with leading EHRs via SMART on FHIR, (2) the breadth of the comorbid disease states we cover, (3) our incorporations of patient-reported outcomes and social determinants of health measures and (4) our Clinical Decision Support engine. Rimidi’s CDS cards support almost any insight or intervention a client wants: RPM data alerting and interventions, referral management, lab or medication recommendations, clinical trial identification, and more. 



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