BETHESDA, Md. (PRWEB) August 06, 2020
Mytonomy, a virtual care company that empowers patients to actively care for themselves and helps enable a digital front door to healthcare, announced their award-winning microlearning video series is supporting hospitals in bringing back emergency department visits and elective procedures such as orthopedic joint replacement, imaging, primary care, and bariatric surgery, as well as moving in-person classes, such as birthing and diabetes self-management, online.
Mytonomy’s digital front door is supporting major health systems across the country, including Carilion Clinic, Hackensack Meridian Health, Mass General Brigham, and Rush University Medical Center, as well as multiple remote patient care clinics and monitoring programs.
“Mytonomy is an integral part of our larger digital front door strategy,” said Mike Dame, Vice President, Marketing and Communications at Carilion Clinic. “Mytonomy has helped us quickly create and deliver high-quality medical education videos to patients on any screen faster and less expensively than we could on our own. The partnership has allowed our internal video team to focus on storytelling and marketing our services.”
Mytonomy took home 19 awards at the recent Telly Awards, five of which are focused on orthopedic procedures, including knee replacements. These are now available as part of an on-demand library of more than 80 videos, all created by Mytonomy’s in-house studio. Other companies honored at the Telly awards include broadcast media companies such as Sony Music, BBC, and Disney, as well as leaders in patient education such as Cleveland Clinic, Mayo Clinic, and United Healthcare.
Mytonomy is rapidly becoming a major player in virtual care delivering health information at scale that’s clinically accurate, evidence-based, and peer-reviewed through their novel CRM platform. At the heart of Mytonomy is the Patient Experience Cloud™ offering a tailored concierge experience, helping patients consider new treatment options, prepare for a procedure or coaching visit, get ready for discharge, and manage home health. This personalized engagement at scale is enabled by a series of modern enterprise cloud software modules and an advanced data model to drive a digital health training platform.
“High-quality content plus modern enterprise SaaS is a force multiplier in helping patients engage virtually. As health care systems grapple with unprecedented challenges during this time — whether they live in places that are seeing COVID-19 spikes or in places that have already brought back elective procedures — we are there to support them with our award-winning video content and our CRM platform,” said Anjali Kataria, CEO and co-founder of Mytonomy.
Mytonomy’s 1500 originally produced microlearning videos helps providers meet patients where they are virtually and ensures they have the knowledge they need to manage their health by preparing properly for elective procedures and ultimately discharging faster, with less complications, lower infection rates, fewer calls into the call center after discharge, and streamlined interactions across the patient journey, ultimately improving the bottom line for health systems and improving the quality of life for patients. Mytonomy has also helped remote patient monitoring programs become more efficient.
“We could not be prouder to deliver medical content that’s consumable and truly making health care more accessible for more people, whether it’s an expecting mother preparing for childbirth, or an injured athlete planning for an orthopedic procedure,” said Vinay Bhargava, president and co-founder of Mytonomy.
A recent report by McKinsey highlighted that the demand for virtual care continues to increase, and hospitals are investing in permanent virtual care infrastructure like Mytonomy, taking lessons from the pandemic to be resilient in the face of any future crises.
Mytonomy’s Patient Experience Cloud™ can be fully administered “out of the box” to support any condition across the enterprise, like joint programs with urgent needs, in 48 hours. It can also be configured to each program’s individual brand and program specifics, and integrated into EMRs, apps, and websites in six-to-eight weeks.
Additional content categories that took home Telly awards included diabetes self-management, bariatric surgery, statins, hyperlipidemia, hypertension and several winners in the proper use of opioids and pain management as part of surgery and trauma care.
Mytonomy’s mission is to empower people to actively engage in their health. Being diagnosed with a health condition and navigating the health system is stressful and confusing, driving people to piece things together by going online to search for information, calling friends, and relying on social media, often resulting in incomplete, frustrating, and inaccurate information. Mytonomy’s Patient Experience Cloud™ enables health systems to reach patients remotely and deliver accurate information, building trusted, loyal, online relationships using award-winning, microlearning video content delivered through an easy-to-use digital platform that can quickly span the enterprise. With people spending an average of 25-40 minutes viewing Mytonomy’s short-form video content, on any device, at any time, they learn how to care for themselves and take charge of their health achieving better outcomes in their living room. Providers save valuable time and generate better financial results across multiple patient encounters. Mytonomy is like a “Netflix for healthcare”, enabling healthcare’s digital front door. To learn more about Mytonomy and view video content, visit: https://www.mytonomy.com.