New Company Alanté™ Brings Together an Easy Way to Get Better Healthcare
Alanté™, a new integrated virtual healthcare system launched in 2021, has entered the market, offering a solution designed to elevate the patient experience. Although launching amid COVID-19, the company was born out of a larger mission to serve the aging and chronically ill in the place they likely feel the most comfortable—their home.
During the pandemic, high-risk groups became more dependent on technology for communicating with their physicians and other caregivers. The number of patients using online healthcare systems has almost doubled since last year, and integrated technologies are expected to become embedded in all patient care going forward.
But patients often must act as the bridge between different care providers because their caregivers use disparate systems. Treatment history, prescriptions, conversations between patients and physicians, and appointments often live in real-time platforms that don’t “talk” to each other, but Alanté’s integrated systems do. The value of the company’s mission will live on long past the pandemic because it provides a full suite of services that empowers patients and informs physicians.
Poor communication is estimated to contribute to 66 percent of medical errors. Having a unified and easy-to-access solution results in better and faster care. The Alanté spectrum of services brings together:
- Personal Health Records
- Chronic Care Management
- Remote Patient Monitoring
- Palliative Care
A patient’s records and communications are aggregated in a cloud-based system, available 24/7, to both patient and caregiver. Accessible by smartphone, tablet, laptop and desktop, the platform enables any approved party to see a patient’s complete healthcare picture and history, and collaborate on patient care solutions. A healthcare coordinator from Alanté administers the processes and records on behalf of all parties for an elevated level of care.
“Today’s consumers are more comfortable than ever before with online medical care, due to the pandemic,” said Alanté CEO Mark Hansen. “Our system enables patients to stay current and be empowered and involved in their care plans. We know that healthcare literacy plays a significant role in patient outcomes. We’re simply using technology to make patients—and caregivers—smarter and get them more involved in their own healthcare outcomes.”
Alanté complies with HIPAA, ensuring patient and provider privacy.
Physicians and patients in Arizona, Washington and Oregon have already adopted the company’s spectrum of services, which can be used by all practice types nationally.