Carekit Health Care Case Study

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Over the past decade, significant efforts have been made from Ontario government to increase healthcare resources, with the goal of improving access, and reducing hospital readmissions for patients with chronic diseases. As the population ages and skyrocketing healthcare costs, more patient care are pushing from the acute hospital setting out into the community/home. A novel approach to community-based care is needed for improving the health outcomes of these patients, and reducing the healthcare costs. CareKit Health Corp. has built a powerful platform for care coordination and home healthcare that integrate wearable, sensors, voice technology & intuitive mobile apps and desktop interfaces for patients, clinicians and healthcare administrators.…show more content…
However, this strategy totally depends on the objective of the company, instead the type of the products that may be either health related or others consumer products. Before going to introduce the “technology prototype” in the market, we have completed a comprehensive qualitative research through scholarly papers about “The strong relationship between technology and patient-centered health care” just because of understanding for the users and the competitors in the market that will improve the health for all Canadians in hospitals and…show more content…
There are several ways that technology is transforming health care. Empowering patients to manage their condition leads to better disease outcome and reduction of hospital visits; hence, reduce health care cost nationwide. With introduction of a new product to the market, it is essential to look into the other similar product that are available, because wining the market is the top most goals in every project. A competitive market is one in which a large numbers of producers compete with each other to satisfy the wants and needs on a large number of consumers. CareKit health technology prototype cannot be considered as a unique product because there are number of existing products that are designed to ease care delivery, disease management and improve communication between care giver and
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