ThriveSync combines actionable data with collaborative communication to optimize patient outcomes and cost of care for value-based organizations and the patients they serve.
How does it work?
For mental health providers that aim to identify problems early, cut costs and eliminate inefficiencies in the healthcare system, ThriveSync is a remote patient monitoring platform that can optimize outcomes and cost patient care by increasing the ability to continuously monitor patient health regardless of their location.
ThriveSync pairs a mood tracking Mobile App for the patient with a Web Dashboard for Mental Health Practitioners to monitor their patients' key mood data. This use of data empowers both the patient and MHP to proactively manage the mood condition and avoid costly hospitalizations and readmissions.
Benefits of ThriveSync
Increased revenue by maximizing reimbursements for Remote Data Monitoring
REDUCED COSTS FROM RE-ADMISSIONS AND REDUCED HOSPITAL STAYS
Increased prominence in provider community - patients stay out and healthy longer
For individuals suffering from mood disorders, such as depression and bipolar disorder, maintaining a stable mood is an important treatment goal. Close monitoring of mood and mood changes is found to facilitate mood stability, and self-charting of mood status is found to facilitate mood management and improve therapeutic outcomes.
Aiming at developing accessible methods for self-charting mood, we have developed an online application, ThriveSync, where participants can track their mood using mobile devices or web browsers. Although mood stability might be especially helpful for individuals suffering from mental illness, a number of positive outcomes related to mood management have also been identified in the general population.
The measure utilized in ThriveSync is based on The National Institute of Mental Health daily prospective LIFE-Chart Method (NIMH-LCM-p), which is a validated and reliable tool used to assess the severity of mild-to-moderate stress, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and depression.