Patient Journey App (PJA) enables healthcare providers to offer the best possible care for their patients—at every step of the journey.
Due to the increasing pressure on the healthcare system, patients need to self-manage their health more and more. Healthcare providers are rarely aware of their elective or chronic patients health status. They often only see each other when scheduled, instead of when needed. The therapy compliance of patients is not optimised as long as they are left to manage their own treatment without guided support. The ability to monitor 24/7 empowers providers to follow their patients’ progress and intervene when needed.
Patient Journey App (PJA) enables healthcare providers to offer the best possible care for their patients—at every step of the journey. Educate patients through the interactive timeline in PJA with timely patient information and improve shared decision making and therapy compliance with the patient. Monitor patients 1:1 and collect key patient data like sensor data, medical adherence, lifestyle, wound images, and PROMs-data. With PJA medical professionals can take control of their patients’ journeys and improve the treatments proactively.
PJA is used (and paid for) by over 100 healthcare facilities in multiple countries, languages, medical departments, and treatments. More than 10 scientific publications already have shown the effectiveness of PJA on outcomes such as quality of live, recovery, self-management, shared decision making, satisfaction, and healthcare consumption. PJA is in use in private clinics who just offer a few treatments as well as large hospitals with over 200 treatments in the app.
Business Model: B2B, with focus on Hospitals/clinics and pharma and medical device companies.
Therapeutic Area: Multi. PJA is a tool to map patient journey in near all medical specialisms.
Maturity Stage: Commercial and profitable for years.
'The app is so useful to have and easy to use. This is a huge technological step for Bridlington Hospital and the patients who will be having their surgery here.'