Harmonic Well being, a tech-enabled dementia care platform, introduced its launch at present alongside a partnership with Stoney Batter Household Drugs, a medical observe with areas in Delaware, Maryland and Pennsylvania.
St. Louis-based Harmonic Well being is an organization constructed at Redesign Design, which helps construct, launch and discover funding for digital well being startups.
Harmonic affords complete care administration for sufferers and their caregivers, together with a doctor engagement platform and 24/7 behavioral, social and medical help.
The corporate additionally affords telehealth, predictive care and academic content material.
By its partnership with Stoney Batter Household Drugs, the corporate will pilot a program offering physicians and their sufferers dementia screening, caregiver help and training, schooling and referrals for group companies.
“I do know from private expertise that the present scenario for treating sufferers with neurodegenerative ailments is ineffective, unsupportive and deeply irritating. Sufferers and caregivers lack help, and physicians lack the sources to supply complete care,” Harmonic CEO and cofounder Jim Gera stated in an announcement.
“At Harmonic, our aim is to supply that lacking help and bridge the hole in care by treating every affected person and caregiver with candor, dignity and empathy whereas focusing care particularly by means of the lens of the illness.”
THE LARGER TREND
Since being based in 2018, Redesign has constructed over 50 well being tech firms. Its portfolio consists of New York-based kids’s psychological well being platform Fort Well being, psychological well being firm UpLift, Senior-focused digital well being platform DUOS, most cancers care-coordination platform Jasper Well being, home-based care firm MedArrive and weight administration firm Calibrate.
Different digital well being firms within the dementia care house embrace Japanese pharmaceutical firm Eisai, which established a digital well being enterprise concentrating on dementia, and Singapore College of Know-how and Design, which constructed a multilingual app for dementia prevention, dubbed Ami (an acronym for Advancing Psychological Invigoration).