Memora Health, one of the leaders in virtual care delivery and managing complex care, teamed up with PeriGen, a pioneer in using AI to make childbirth safer.
Memora Health, which has the finest intelligent platform for virtual care delivery and managing complex care, announced a partnership with PeriGen, the market leader in using artificial intelligence (AI) to make childbirth safer. It is the first partnership of its kind, which aims to give health systems a chance to use cutting-edge technology to keep an eye on and interact with obstetrics patients at home during labor and after the baby is born. Hence, this coordinated solution for women's health can be used by all healthcare systems in the country.
It is the first collaboration to combine an inpatient labor and delivery solution with a post-discharge monitoring tool for the same patients. As a result, Memora and PeriGen customers' reports improved results significantly.
"Health systems offering robust maternal and fetal monitoring that supports new families during labor and throughout their transition home can gain tremendous lifetime loyalty from these investments," said Manav Sevak, Co-Founder and CEO of Memora Health.
He further added, "We're excited to partner with PeriGen to offer this innovative solution that can help health systems continue to use their digital assets as a key strategic lever to remain competitive in a challenging market." (Source: PR Newswire)
a company owned by Halma, makes innovative perinatal software solutions that use advanced statistical analysis tools to make care during childbirth more efficient and consistent. The company comprises skilled OB doctors and IT experts. The PeriWatch® platform provides consistent analysis and efficient display of complex data to help people recognize and talk about problems that might happen during labor. With PeriWatch®, doctors and nurses can spend more time directly caring for patients and less time doing manual math and data work.
About Memora Health
helps healthcare organizations digitize and automate care programs, making complex care delivery easier for patients and staff. It creates computerized programs that help guide patients through care episodes. Its strong knowledge of clinical workflows and patient experience allows the creation of coherent digital programs that guide patients through care episodes and automate easy EHR follow-up chores for care teams. The company's digital care programs reduce notifications to care teams by 40%, have an average patient NPS of over 70, and improve engagement and clinical results for many groups.