U.S Patent Issued to LifeWIRE Corp

LifeWIRE Corp www.lifewiregroup.com has just been issued a patent by the U.S Patent Office for their “Mobile Self-Management Compliance and Notification Method, System and Computer Program Product.” LifeWIRE will provide a cloud-based communications engine to enable continuous, two-way dialogue, data collection, and insight between providers, clients, and patients in healthcare and other industries.

“Ten years ago, I saw a trend towards stark impersonality in digital technology. The LifeWIRE communications platform was developed to bring a more human approach to digital dialogue by creating a warm handshake”, said Howard Rosen, LifeWIRE’s CEO. “In addition to a more positive user experience, the platform has delivered improved outcomes, deeper insight into user behavior, and greater population outreach.”

The LifeWIRE engine’s population management platform for continuous outreach and interaction has earned national and international recognition among governments, healthcare, and behavioral health organizations for being able to work with a wide range of populations.

LifeWIRE’s impact has been demonstrated in the care of Armed Forces personnel and Veterans suffering with mental health challenges such as post-traumatic stress, high risk of suicide, substance abuse, plus others. In addition, the company is working with the University of Washington to effectively provide suicidal prevention outreach to the military on active duty.

“Innovative risk takers like LifeWIRE are driving change in healthcare benefiting patients, supporting healthcare providers, and improving overall performance”  according to the former Executive Director for the Institute for e-Health Policy, HIMSS, Neal Neuberger nealn@hlthtech.com.

He adds, “LifeWIRE’s platform gathers patient-generated clinical data and analytics that is transforming population care through automated personalized outreach for distant groups that includes not only the military, but also veterans, people living in rural or inner city areas, and people suffering from chronic diseases like mental illness, brain trauma, cardio-vascular disease, and cancer.”

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