Power of Mydayda
Mydayda is a comprehensive health platform that for the first time truly connects the patient to their healthcare team. Mydayda’s intuitive mobile application allows a patient to easily record and document personal health data, symptoms, and physiologic data between office visits. This information is instantly and securely transmitted to the clinician and bridges the care gap in the current healthcare environment. Given its versatility and customization options, Mydayda easily incorporates into all types of practice models (e.g. Concierge, ACO, PPO, and HMO) and specialties.
For patients with chronic disease, remote monitoring increased their disease-specific knowledge, triggered earlier clinical assessment and treatment, improved self-management and shared decision-making. 1
Manage Chronic Diseases Efficiently with Improved Outcomes
- Real-time, EMR synchronized updates of patient recorded data between face-to-face encounters
- Data presented in clinically optimized formats with filter function
- Monitor status of clinical goals in disease management and communicate treatment adjustments to the patient and care team with ease
- Improve and simplify outreach, population management and pre-appointment review of data
A multicenter randomized clinical trial for lung cancer demonstrated a 51% increased median overall survival in the web based symptom monitoring group compared with the control group. 2
Improve Patient Monitoring During Complex Treatment Protocols
- Monitor home readings of physiologic data, symptoms, and mood
- Create alerts to be notified if results fall outside of custom defined parameters
- Timely adjust treatments if not tolerated to minimalize complications and improve adherence
- Review photos of rashes remotely to expedite diagnosis and treatment
Since the start of the Hospital Readmission Reduction Program on Oct. 1, 2012, hospitals have experienced nearly $1.9 billion of penalties, including $528 million in fiscal year (FY) 2017. 3
Reduce Costly Hospitalizations and Readmissions
- Assess patients consistently post hospitalization to monitor for changes in health parameters suggesting increased risk for readmission
- Adjust treatment plans based on up-to-date real-time information
- Use built-in or customized surveys to assess barriers to care and social determinants of health
- Educate patients on their diagnosis and treatment via the education library
6.3% (4.9 million) of Medicare Part D beneficiaries using antihypertensives were non adherent to their regimen. 4
Improve Medication Adherence
- Create clinician and patient custom reminders
- Know immediately if medication is not being tolerated and adjust treatment
- Assess socioeconomic factors that may affect ability to afford, obtain or continue medication
- Track medications in detail when used with pill monitoring devices
- Keep patients informed regarding the importance of their medications via the education library
Optimize Clinic Operations
Robust Practice Management Tools
- Create patient populations and assign care teams
- Provides essential communication features between clinicians, staff and patients
- Use clinical staff analytics to improve productivity and efficiency
- Assess patient activity and most used features
- Maximize reimbursement with the Remote Patient Monitoring and Chronic Care Management dashboard
- Walker, R. C., Tong, A., Howard, K., & Palmer, S. C. (2019). Patient expectations and experiences of remote monitoring for chronic diseases: Systematic review and thematic synthesis of qualitative studies. International Journal of Medical Informatics, 124, 78–85.
- Denis F, Basch E, Septans A, et al. Two-Year Survival Comparing Web-Based Symptom Monitoring vs Routine Surveillance Following Treatment for Lung Cancer. JAMA. 2019;321(3):306–307.
- Boccuti C, Casillas, G. Aiming for fewer hospital U-turns: the Medicare hospital readmission reduction program. Kaiser Health News. Policy Brief March 2017.
- Ritchey M, Chang A, Powers C, et al. Vital Signs: Disparities in Antihypertensive Medication Nonadherence Among Medicare Part D Beneficiaries — United States, 2014. MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep 2016;65:967-976.