Decrease procedure-day fallout and FAQ phone calls to nursing staff by placing all pre-op instructions on the patient's phone.
Lower readmissions and total cost-of-care by placing discharge instructions on the phone. We include caregivers too, so everyone is involved.
Help patients find and attend follow-up services such as physical therapy, cardiac rehab, and specialist appointments.
We present the most important "to-do's" front-and-center, so patients know exactly what to do, and when, to stay on track.
A suite of subject-specific videos, in your voice, helps patients understand complex concepts.
Encourage early communication of problems and concerns
Involving caregivers raises compliance and outcomes.
It isn't anyone's fault, per se. Rather, when insanely busy doctors brief anxious patients on what-to-do-and-when, things fall through the cracks. Often, patients go home thinking, "Wait, what am I supposed to do again?" And when things don't get done -- medications, follow-ups, additonal therapies -- everyone loses.
We started Infield in 2009 with one mission: Put that information on a patient's mobile phone. Early, we focused on public health initiatives: Cancer prevention, heart-healthy living, and healthy choices. Our projects were written up in respected journals (JAMA), major media outlets (CNN, New York Times), and supported three IRB-reviewed randomized controlled trials.
Now, we're focused 100% on easing the transition into and out of the hospital. We believe that better communication, through the one device everyone uses everyday, makes care more efficient and betters outcomes. It's what we're 100% committed to.
Handles business and technology development.
Handles content development and new provider rollout.
Handles patient and adherence data modeling.