BOSTON, Oct. 18, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- WiserTogether launches update to Return to Health, delivering reporting and analytics that provide valuable insight
Return to Health is a treatment guidance solution designed with end users in mind. It provides an easy-to-use interface that walks consumers through the necessary questions to deliver quality, evidence-based treatment guidance. The system also integrates with scheduling and ordering applications, empowering consumers to take the next step in their return to health plan.
The new release of Return to Health takes the intelligence gathered from user behavior and delivers it to organizations who can then act on this information. The powerful data provides a window into user actions pre and post diagnoses and allows organizations to begin to create pathways to health that align with best practices and likely user actions.
In addition to analytical updates, the new release includes additional visual cues for end users allowing them to access and understand the most appropriate treatment guidance for their condition.
"We are thrilled with the success of Return to Health and excited to see this powerful data made available to healthcare organizations and employers," stated Max Kahn, WiserTogether's chief executive officer.
WiserTogether is a leader in consumer-focused healthcare information technology solutions that advance clinical outcomes, financial and patient satisfaction results. Our innovative solutions enable consumers to circumvent the immense amount of data on the internet and in the market and effectively guide individuals to the best treatment options for them. To learn more visit www.wisertogether.com.
Media Contact:Karen GardnerWiserTogether Public Relationskaren.email@example.com (617) 549-1909
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