“Our advanced AI-driven insights help facilitate sustained behaviour change, and our comprehensive chronic care platform seamlessly integrates with existing clinical workflows to enable connected care, everywhere,” says Kevin McRaith, the president and CEO of Welldoc.
By integrating personalized, real-time, and actionable insights into the daily lives of individuals living with chronic conditions, Welldoc enables them to self-manage their care while enhancing connections to their healthcare team. The company collaborates directly with health plans, health systems, and employers with the goal of extending care, improving health, and reducing costs.
At its core, Welldoc's comprehensive chronic care platform provides multi-condition support across diabetes, pre-diabetes, hypertension, heart failure, and behavioral health. Additionally, Welldoc's advanced AI connects and leverages the member's health data across the six dimensions of health—medications, labs, diet, activity, symptoms, and psychosocial factors—to seek meaningful correlations to materialize real-time digital coaching personalized insights and care team support.
Welldoc’s flagship product is BlueStar®, an FDA-cleared digital health solution that guides individuals through the complicated journey of living with chronic conditions by enabling them to self-manage their care while enhancing connections to their healthcare team. The company’s platform is backed by a wealth of evidence and regulatory expertise. Its chronic care platform brings first-in-class clinical, tech, and advanced AI expertise, as demonstrated by Welldoc’s 60+ clinical posters and publications, 25 patents, and 9 510(k) FDA clearances for BlueStar. Specific to its diabetes offering, Welldoc demonstrated an average cost savings of $3,048-$3,252/person with Type 2 diabetes annually and a 1.2-2.0 point mean A1C reduction in individuals living with Type 2 diabetes. The company’s advanced AI is the critical engine behind the analytics, insights, and shared decision-making between patients and care teams.
Welldoc believes that partnership is the pathway to better management of chronic conditions and collaborates directly with health plans, health systems, and employers with the goal of extending care, improving health, and reducing costs.
Having carved a unique niche, Welldoc has adopted a multifaceted approach to continuing to evolve and lead in digital health. Over the course of the next three years, the company plans to expand commercialization beyond the US and Canada into both Asia and Europe. Further, Welldoc will continue to evolve the platform and integrate it to facilitate care for new chronic conditions and comorbidities based on the needs of individuals and the entirety of their user population. In collaboration with its strategic partners, the company will continue expanding regulatory clearances while extending capabilities to support and manage complex chronic conditions.
Our advanced AI-driven insights help facilitate sustained behavior change, and our comprehensive chronic care platform seamlessly integrates with existing clinical workflows to enable connected care, everywhere
Additionally, Welldoc remains committed to its scientific research and growing library publications and posters, which will continue proving the value of digital health, transforming approaches to chronic care, and driving value across healthcare. The company will also further advance its research efforts in multi-conditional digital health engagement, AI, cardiometabolic condition outcomes, cost and value, and real-world integration into the health ecosystem. "As we expand partnerships, we provide meaningful and actionable coaching and insights to individuals and the care teams who support them, while also shifting healthcare to prevention and optimized interventions and treatment decisions," concludes McRaith.
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