Making digitally-enabled care strategic for health systems
DexCare is an Access Optimization Platform that intelligently orchestrates health system capacity and digital demand across all lines of business
In a complex and vast sea of virtual “point solutions,” DexCare is the operating system that makes it all work.
Incubated at Providence Health, one of the nation’s largest and most innovative health systems, DexCare generates new patients, increased revenue, better satisfaction and substantial cost savings.
“Digitally-enabled care is now a strategic imperative for health systems. DexCare has proven itself during the COVID-19 crisis—enabling us to flex our operations across virtual, at-home and in-person care. It’s now an essential element as we move to make virtual care effective across our ambulatory business lines, at scale.”
Aaron Martin | Executive Vice President and Chief Digital and Innovation Officer
Providence signs on entrepreneurs-in-residence to expand the reach of DexCare, a proven digital health platform
Why DexCare? Why Now?
The New Health Care Imperative: Optimizing Access Across Business Lines
“Innovators like Kaiser, Houston Methodist, Community Health Network and Providence are investing in new infrastructure that orchestrates health system capacity and digital demand across all lines of care, and are exploring new models for consumer access, navigation and optimization. View this discussion with changemakers at some of the most innovative health systems and get a sneak peek of DexCare, the latest technology incubated at Providence.”
Providence Digital Innovation Team
COVID-19 Digital Insight Report | Distributed Care & Digital Health
“For care that is no longer tied to the nearest clinic location, providers have an opportunity to aggregate patient demand for care across geographies, apply intelligence to match supply and demand and optimize access across their networks, and route patients to the right venue of care for their needs and preferences using data.”
Healthcare: The Great Unlock
“The next generation healthcare system will need a fundamentally new infrastructure layer that treats the patient as a primary end user, has flexible and scalable data models to address non-traditional patient information, and is inherently wired for connectivity and interoperability between providers, payors, patients, and connected devices.”