2019 at a Glance: Growing science focus, portfolio company launches, and an IPO punctuate successful 2019 for UPMC Enterprises
It has been a busy year at UPMC Enterprises. Here at the innovation and commercialization …
Vivify Health debuts BYOD remote monitoring tech, talks FHIR at HIMSS19
Vivify Health, a UPMC Enterprises portfolio company, debuted their newest product offering last week at …
What is the secret sauce of a health care startup?
Last month, Fast Company published an article looking at trends in the digital health startup space and comparing the traits of consumer based tech companies to health care startups.
Are current health care reforms finally changing the game for remote patient monitoring?
MedCity recently published an article discussing the new CPT Code 99091 and how it enables providers to bill for time spent reviewing and analyzing data sent from patients through remote care technologies. Enterprises portfolio company Vivify Health specializes in remote care, so we checked in with Robin Hill, Chief Clinical Officer, for her take on the news.
When you build it and they don’t come – why remote patient monitoring completes the patient engagement circuit
Vivify Health CEO, Eric Rock, guest wrote an article in Becker’s Health IT & CIO Report discussing patient portals and how to improve communication between patient’s and providers.
Healthcare Goes Mobile: How Consumer Devices are Changing the Future of Care
Vivify was included in a piece in CIO magazine on how consumer devices are changing …
Vivify Health Has Doubled Revenues Each Year Since 2014
Vivify Health continues to grow, announcing that the company has more than doubled its every …
Healthcare executives react to proposed opioid crisis response act of 2018
Vivify Health CEO Eric Rock shared his thoughts on the opioid crisis and his reaction …
Vivify Health Recognized as a Strategic Product Line Leader by Frost & Sullivan for its Remote Patient Monitoring Solutions
Vivify Health was recently awarded a 2018 North America Product Line Strategy Leadership Award by …
How to Build a Remote Patient Monitoring Program
UPMC’s five-year-old tablet-based program was initially only for patients with congestive heart failure, but is now in the process of expanding to as many as four other conditions, and is a valuable tool in preventing expensive and unnecessary hospitalizations.