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Twistle is proud to partner with hospitals and health systems across the country in ensuring patients are connected, supported and reassured.

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Transforming Healthcare with Proactive, Automated Communication
Fierce Healthcare

Fierce Healthcare

March 24, 2021

Providence virtually monitors thousands of COVID-19 patients. Here are 3 lessons learned on scaling up the tech

Clinical leaders at Providence’s 51-hospital health system made several key strategic decisions to quickly scale up its virtual monitoring program including partnering with Twistle for care automation and remote patient monitoring in the earliest stages of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Read more on Fierce Healthcare

 

Authority Magazine

March 14, 2021

The Future Is Now: Kulmeet Singh of Twistle On How Their Technological Innovation Will Shake Up The Tech Scene

As COVID-19 and the global pandemic accelerated changes in healthcare, care delivery, and patient engagement, Twistle’s unique approach to technological innovation is driving adoption and accessibility for patients of all types.

Read more on Authority Magazine

 

Healthcare IT Today

March 10, 2021

Transforming Healthcare with Proactive, Automated Communication

Secure, HIPAA-compliant communication pathways can keep patients on track by providing step-by-step guidance for anything from routine preventive care to complex medical procedures. 

Read more on Healthcare IT Today

 

Authority Magazine

March 10, 2021

Twistle: Dave Ross’s Big Idea That May Change The World In The Next Few Years

With 90% of the world’s population having access to a cell phone, Twistle Chief Technology Officer and Co-Founder Dave Ross discusses the incredible potential to fundamentally improve global population health.

Read more on Authority Magazine

 

Healthcare IT Today

February 18, 2021

Rethinking Patient Engagement in the Middle of a Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has successfully accelerated the availability of digital health tools, the next step is activating patients in their care. Twistle’s Medical Director, John Janas, MD shares important best practices to optimize patient journeys and achieve sustained engagement.

Read more on Healthcare IT Today

 

Healthcare Technology Report

The Healthcare Technology Report

December 21, 2020

Twistle CEO, Kulmeet Singh, Included in Top 25 Consumer HealthTech Executives of 2020

The Healthcare Technology Report included Twistle CEO Kulmeet Singh on its list of the Top 25 Consumer HealthTech Executives. The list recognizes leaders who have excelled in their field and developed innovative technology solutions that improve healthcare.

Read more on The Healthcare Technology Report

CB Insights

CB Insights

August 13, 2020

Digital Health 150: The Digital Health Startups Transforming The Future Of Healthcare

The Digital Health 150 is CB Insights’ annual ranking of the 150 most promising digital health startups in the world. Clinical intelligence & enablement is a leading category in the 2020 cohort that helps providers and payers make clinical decisions to deliver care more effectively and efficiently. Twistle’s patient engagement platform is recognized for connecting providers and patients to improve health outcomes.

Read more on CB Insights

Healthcare Financial Management Association

Healthcare Financial Management Association

August 4, 2020

Telemedicine is exploding, but where is the ROI for health systems?

Telemedicine is certain to remain a core care modality in the post-COVID-19 environment. Hospitals therefore need to find ways to make bulletproof business cases for virtual care and to identify the ideal blend of virtual and physical touch points for each patient type.

Read more on Healthcare Financial Management Association 

HealthTech

HealthTech

June 22, 2020

How Remote Patient Monitoring Is Aiding the COVID-19 Fight

Remote patient monitoring (RPM) technologies that track and transmit a user’s vital signs can provide real-time insights for providers to determine next steps. Providence Saint Joseph Health patients who exhibit virus symptoms but are well enough to stay home are given a thermometer and pulse oximeter that connect with solutions from Twistle, Xealth and digital platforms monitored by Providence clinicians.

Read more on HealthTech

 

NBC News Philadelphia

NBC News

June 9, 2020

Local Health Care Company Helps Employees Safely Return to Work Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

As more and more people return to their offices, ChristianaCare Health System is helping to make sure they don’t bring COVID-19 with them. NBC10’s Tim Furlong explains.

Watch on NBC News

 

GeekWire

May 7, 2020

Amid Widespread Tech Industry Layoffs, Some Companies Are Still Hiring in a Flipped’ Labor Market

Many healthcare startups are accelerating their roadmaps due to the pandemic. Twistle, a patient engagement platform that makes it easier for hospitals to communicate with patients, saw huge interest in its COVID-19 assessment technology and is now bringing on up to 10 employees by this summer to help support demand.

Read more on GeekWire

 

GeekWire

April 16, 2020

Why Having a Technology Incubator Inside a Health System is Helping Patients and Providers Respond to COVID-19

Twistle requests patients input their temperature, pulse oximeter data, and other more subjective data points three times a day for a 14-day period via HIPAA-compliant, secure texting. The data is sent back to Providence providers who can review and proactively reach out to patients whose symptoms may be worsening and require direct intervention.

Read more on GeekWire

 

Venture Beat

Venture Beat

April 14, 2020

A clinical team used MIT CSAIL’s AI to remotely monitor a COVID-19 patient

In light of U.S. Food and Drug Administration guidance published in March to expand the use of remote monitoring devices that facilitate patient management, both hospitals and health systems are increasingly piloting AI-enabled at-home solutions. In Washington, Providence has deployed remote monitoring from Twistle to care for more than 1,000 confirmed and suspected COVID-19 patients.

Read more on Venture Beat

 

The Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal

April 14, 2020

Hospitals Monitor Some Coronavirus Patients at Home

The Providence health system is using tools from health-care technology company Twistle Inc. to monitor more than 1,000 confirmed and suspected COVID-19 patients in their homes. Twistle has started developing a machine-learning version of its system to help automate decisions such as who needs a pulse oximeter.

Read more on The Wall Street Journal

 

CMIO Podcast

CMIO Podcast

April 14, 2021

Dr. Bill DePaso Talks About Patient Communication

Dr. Bill DePaso joins us to talk about how patient communication and engagement is important during the crisis and for routine care.

 

Providence Ventures

Providence Ventures

April 9, 2020

Funding the Future of Healthcare Podcast, Episode 12 w/ Kulmeet Singh, CEO of Twistle

Twistle’s patient engagement platform is helping health systems redefine the patient experience through HIPAA compliant texting. We also discussed Twistle’s role as Providence’s partner in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, and how it’s helping physicians interact with patients remotely.

Read more on Providence Ventures

 

Fierce Healthcare

Fierce Healthcare

April 1, 2020

Providence St. Joseph Using Twistle Remote Monitoring Technology for 700 COVID Patients

“In the current environment, we have a large population of patients who are concerned and experiencing symptoms that may or may not be indicative of COVID-19,” said Todd Czartoski,  M.D., Providence’s chief medical technology officer. “Incorporating Xealth and Twistle into our clinical operations extends the reach of our front-line caregivers—enabling us to give them leverage to monitor patients effectively and efficiently—while keeping patients safe at home.”

Read more on Fierce Healthcare

 

HIT Consultant

HIT Consultant

March 30, 2020

Providence Uses Remote Patient Monitoring For 700+ COVID-19 Patients

Providence is using a pathway solution from Twistle to reach out automatically to at-risk patients via secure text messaging, phone, or smartphone apps to gather up-to-date information about symptoms and send alerts to their care team if their symptoms require attention. This solution protects and relieves overburdened health care professionals while also giving patients peace of mind and a safety net for communication while they recover at home.

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Providence Ventures

The Wall Street Journal

March 28, 2020

A New Frontier for Medical Technology

Telehealth systems are growing rapidly in response to the crisis. Amy Compton-Phillips, MD, executive vice president and chief clinical officer for Providence St. Joseph Health recalled the day when a test had confirmed the first US COVID-19 patient in the U.S. We are now leveraging telehealth technology in ways that will last long after this pandemic.

Read more on The Wall Street Journal

 

Providence Ventures

Medium

March 25, 2020

Supporting Our Heroes on the COVID-19 Front Line

For the last six years, members of the Providence Digital Innovation Group have focused on development and deployment of digital solutions that make quality care more convenient and accessible for our patients. It’s telehealth patient home monitoring program is currently monitoring at home over 300 patients in Washington who are under investigation or have tested positive for COVID-19. These are patients with symptoms but who are not ill enough to be admitted to the hospital, thereby sparing precious in-patient beds.

Read more on Medium