Enzyme Health Puts Clinicians at the Center of New Solution Transforming the Way Healthcare Works

Monday, April 15, 2019 Hospital News
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Enzyme Health On Demand™ boosts clinician job satisfaction while offering telehealth organizations a flexible solution for scaling rapidly

AUSTIN, Texas, April 15, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Enzyme Health is on a mission to change the way healthcare works

by building the next generation of clinical careers--empowered by technology. To support that, the digital health company launched today Enzyme Health On Demand™ across all 50 states. The new offering is built around a virtual network called the Enzyme Care Team™?, featuring top clinicians who specialize in telehealth. It's also the first healthcare platform to focus a solution around the people who make the industry work--clinicians.

"Clinicians are the ones making the healthcare system go round, but their burnout is a very real and pressing issue affecting our industry. According to recent studies, they're 15 times more likely to experience burnout than any other working professional," said Michelle Davey, co-founder and CEO of Enzyme Health. "The current healthcare system, which should keep us all healthy, is putting a growing amount of strain on clinicians. We decided to do something about it by offering doctors true autonomy in their careers."

As a solution, Enzyme Health provides freedom and flexibility to clinicians through access to patient consults tailored to their schedules, while also giving digital health organizations a low-risk, turnkey solution to scale for both synchronous and asynchronous telehealth delivery. The Enzyme Care Team™? combined with the platform-agnostic On Demand technology eliminates the most common challenges facing digital health organizations. By tapping into a reliable network of motivated clinicians credentialed to the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) standards, healthcare companies can leverage Enzyme Health to schedule and route clinical talent--all without ever having to hire a provider directly.

"Flexibility for both clinicians and organizations is the key to moving our industry forward in a meaningful way and improving patient outcomes," Davey said. "It means clinicians can work when and where they want, and organizations are no longer limited by the burdens of workforce management--hiring, scheduling and ensuring coverage--all of which can be barriers to growth."

Clinician happiness and a reliable care team support the biggest vision of all--providing high-quality care to patients. "We're ensuring reliable coverage for our customers in a way that also gives clinicians more career satisfaction," Davey said. "We know that happier clinicians means better quality of care and healthier patients, and we're proud that Enzyme Health On Demand™ is the first platform to celebrate clinicians in this way."

Clinicians and organizations interested in learning more about Enzyme Health On Demand™ can find more information at http://www.enzymehealth.com/on-demand.

About Enzyme Health: Enzyme Health is changing the way healthcare works, bringing top clinicians and innovative digital health companies together. Remote job opportunities on the company's unique labor marketplace give clinicians career flexibility and autonomy right at their fingertips, while offering digital health companies access to a network of top clinicians in order to scale. For more information, visit http://www.enzymehealth.com.


SOURCE Enzyme Health

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