About Us

Mission Statement

MobileNetrix will use state of the art solutions to improve the healthcare of the most intractable health problems in the world today. Our solutions are customizable for patient types that enhance therapeutic outcomes. We will combine evidence-based treatments that include medical, behavioral and rehabilitative approaches with the goal of limiting burden on busy healthcare providers.

MobileNetrix is a company that can combine all of the necessary components to improve patient engagement and help change behavior.

“Self-management is the least implemented and most challenging area of chronic disease management and often poses the greatest difficulties in patients with multiple comorbidities and severe disability
Liddy, C., et al. (2014). "Challenges of self-management when living with multiple chronic conditions: systematic review of the qualitative literature." Can Fam Physician 60(12): 1123-1133.

“Virtually anything that sends a patient one of four messages - someone is listening to me; other people care about me; my symptoms are explainable; my symptoms are controllable - can bring measurable improvement in health.”
Brody, H. (2000). "The placebo response. Recent research and implications for family medicine." J Fam Pract 49(7): 649-654.

For a panel of 2500 patients receiving all the recommended care, a primary care physician would need to spend: • 10.6 hours to manage chronic diseases • 7.4 hours for preventative care • 3.7 hours for acute care This would require 21.7 hours of service a day.
Yarnall, K. S., et al. (2009). "Family physicians as team leaders: "time" to share the care." Prev Chronic Dis 6(2): A59.

The MobilNetrix’s pain app is designed to become the principal clinical tool for individuals with chronic pain. It has modular programming that allows customized functions to be assembled for a patient depending on the needs and characteristics that would be barriers to successful treatment. The app has two levels of functionality. An informal evaluation component that will provide prospective patients an overview of a healthcare center and its capabilities. The treatment component will be available to active patients in practice. Engagement begins with an initial evaluation allowing triage to be completed and scheduling of appropriate specialists at the patient’s first appointment. Treatment modules will be specified and sent to the patient at appropriate times. Compliance to treatment can also be tracked and reviewed at the next appointment. Customer service surveys and Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) will be sent to the patient after a visit. All specific patient data will be sent to a secure portal and will allow data to be entered into a medical electronic record. Aggregate data will also be maintained for process improvement and research. MobileNetrix’s engagement program has been developed to provide comprehensive care for most noncommunicable diseases that are the cause of morbidity and mortality today.

The modular approach allows for continued rapid development of the application and the integration of existing commercial applications into a secure treatment data base.

“It is more important to know what kind of a person has a disease than what kind of disease a person has.”
Sir William Osler

Key attributes of our platform

Not just an app, our comprehensive patient engagement platform provides:

  1. Engagement that is evidence-based and proven in clinical trials
  2. Computer-based learning that provides contextual treatment advice that fits personality types.
  3. Pre-visit care giver feedback and self-monitoring to enhance engagement and optimize office visits that focus on active problems.
  4. Problem-specific information customizable as treatment progresses
  5. Responsive healthcare advice that is available around the clock
  6. 2-way messaging with integrated data summaries that are based on real time and are meaningful to clinicians without excessive time demands
  7. Multimedia resources that enhance learning and increase retention

We have designed our platform to deliver:

  1. Complete programs with proven content and software that supports interdisciplinary treatment plans for population health.
  2. Customer provided content incorporated into our framework that supports population health programs.
  3. Consulting expertise that supports development of treatment programs
  4. A flexible engagement platform that can adapt to changing conditions, culture and language.
MobileNetrix has the resources and content to find and address underlying risk factors of the most important noncommunicable diseases.

“Self-management and patient engagement are essential to successful case management particularly among patients with high needs and costs. They are associated with improved quality of life, functional autonomy, and decreased hospital use.”
Bodenheimer, T. and R. Berry-Millett (2009). "Follow the money--controlling expenditures by improving care for patients needing costly services." N Engl J Med 361(16): 1521-1523.

“Resources for self-management and patient engagement are essential to successful case management, particularly among older patients with high needs and costs. This is associated with improved quality of life, functional autonomy, and decreased hospital use.”
Stenner, P., et al. (2015). "Self-management of chronic low back pain: Four viewpoints from patients and healthcare providers." Health Psychol Open 2(2): 2055102915615337.

The modular approach allows for continued rapid development of the application and
the integration of existing commercial applications into a secure treatment data base.

There are many benefits from incorporation of a smartphone app:

1. Epidemiology

The incidence of a disease can be very difficult to determine from claims data alone. Yet population management requires the understanding of behavioral characteristics, barriers to treatment and the overall incidence of chronic diseases. A survey questionnaire can be completed in a few minutes and is much more cost effective than traditional epidemiological surveys. Costs often limit these surveys to small segments of a population; with our engagement tools, it would be possible to obtain data from large populations quickly at the fraction of the cost of traditional approaches. Examples of populations where this type of approach would be very helpful in analyzing patient care needs include ACO’s, covered lives found in insurance panels or large patient groups such as multistate employers.

2. Evaluation

Traditionally, patients arrive at a doctor’s office for their first visit needing a review of medical records tests, additional testing, and further consultations, delaying care. If key components of the evaluation could be completed prior to the first visit, patient engagement would be reinforced, triage for specialists could be scheduled and necessary treatment could be accelerated.

3. Tracking and Treatment

With the app, patient specific treatment recommendations would be provided after the first visit. Because of the modular programming, these modules would be specific to the patient that will enhance acceptance of the program and overall compliance. In addition, compliance could be monitored and barriers to treatment goals identified and changed between office visits. Medication compliance and prevention of overuse of controlled substance can also be monitored.

4. Clinical Communication

Patients often have complex medical histories, require many different appointments and take medications that can contraindicate procedures such as anticoagulants. Insurance prior authorizations can vary greatly between plans. Enhanced forms of communication such as pre-procedure reminders about date, time, and location as well as which medications to take and not to take can significantly reduce appointment cancellations. In addition, objectively measuring the effects of treatment trials could improve subsequent insurance approvals and contribute to treatment cost-effectiveness information.

5. Data Mining

The accumulation of data is key to successfully managing patients in today’s cost sensitive environment. Randomized clinical trials (RCT) are the key for the practice of evidence-based medicine. However, RCTs by themselves are only the beginning to the practice of cost effective medicine. A clinical performance improvement (CPI) approach uses data from RCT’s but then tracks outcomes in the real world of medical practice. The data provided by the smartphone app will allow both to be easily done by mining the data obtained through a medical practice that utilizes this type of infrastructure.
Unlike many patient engagement products, we have real world clinical experience, deep expertise in this area, and supported by published research. Review our publications on PubMed.

Megan wrote
Hi Bob. What time will be the meeting ?
Hi Megan. It's at 2.30PM
Megan wrote
Will the development team be joining ?
Yes sure. I invited them as well
2:30PM
Megan wrote
Noted. For the Coca-Cola Mobile App project as well ?
Yes, sure.
Please also prepare the quotation for the Loop CRM project as well.
3:15PM
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Megan wrote
Noted. I will prepare it.
Thanks Megan. I will see you later.
Megan wrote
Sure. See you in the meeting soon.
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