Whole Person Healthcare

Groundbreaking health-tech solutions break down barriers between physical and behavioral care.

By Ez Bala, CEO of Alphind

Today’s healthcare system is more fragmented and localized than ever before. Traditionally, patients are treated for the symptoms they are experiencing at a particular moment in time. Over the last few decades, major players—including government, payers, providers, innovators etc.—have been trying to reform the healthcare to change this by increasing care coordination among all caregivers to treat patients based on a more holistic view.

With COVID-19 pushing the limits on both physical and behavioral health of the world, this gained more momentum recently, and we will see increased focus on bringing Whole Person Care to fruition.

One way of looking at Whole Patient Care is the care provided based on all of the following:

  • Physical and Behavioral
  • Beliefs and Lifestyle
  • Social Determinants of Health
  • Engagement Channels

Alphind’s solutions are focused on increasing care coordination among all caregivers to treat patients based on a holistic view—integrating behavioral and physical healthcare solutions to deliver on the vision of Whole Person Care.

The depth of our experience serving both payers and providers places us in a formidable position to realize the advantages of Whole Person Care. Our current offerings bring together a holistic approach to improving care via Xealei’s remote patient monitoring, Revolei’s cloud-based EHR solution for small to mid-sized healthcare providers, and our extensive work with North Carolina’s tailored plan reform initiative for MCOs, which is one among the reforms intended to achieve holistic care by combining behavioral and physical healthcare under the same plan.

Going forward, we are developing:

  • Patient Journey Mapping capability, which is critical for orchestrating the patients’ holistic health and wellness.
  • Omnichannel Patient Engagement, which enables patients to engage in their holistic health and wellness in collaboration with their healthcare providers and their caregivers in ways that work for them.
  • Alternative Payment Model (APM) solutions, which help both payers and providers measure their economic efficiencies against established baselines or benchmarks towards protecting and growing revenue.

Taken together, Alphind’s groundbreaking health-tech solutions are breaking down barriers between physical and behavioral care.

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