Improve capacity of care management resources to reach more members more effectively.
Extend the reach of care management resources to support patients outside of in-person clinical interactions.
Provide added value to customers, promote medication adherence and improve outcomes.
Wellframe helps patients get better and stay better.
Our system empowers patients by giving them step-by-step guidance and human support.
Wellframe uses technology to amplify rather than replace therapeutic relationships.
Wellframe has completed successful clinical trials with some of the world's leading healthcare organizations and clinical thought leaders, attaining exceptional feedback from clinicians and patients alike.
The Wellframe solution improves patient adherence to care plans and drives more enduring relationships between patients and their care providers.
Our solution makes it possible to deliver evidence-based care in a way that is more appealing and more accessible in order to realize outcomes at scale.
Wellframe has achieved over 90% sustained daily engagement among 40 to 80 year old patients with complex chronic diseases.
The Wellframe solution enables a significant increase in patient: care manager ratio while simultaneously enabling more frequent touch points and improved experience for both care managers and patients.
Our technology uses human-computer hybrids wherein clinicians and patients work together in partnership with intelligent information systems to amplify caring relationships and improve the quality of care.
The Wellframe founding team is comprised of individuals with a diverse set of skills and whose backgrounds include clinical medicine, public health, systems engineering, data science and consumer engagement.
Jacob is a Harvard and Oxford trained public health scientist and technologist. He was previously Director of Research & Strategy at Dossia, one of the world’s first and largest Personal Health Records, and Product Manager at RunKeeper, a leading mobile/web health and fitness platform. Jacob’s doctoral research examined the relationship between lifestyle behavior and cardiovascular disease prevention.
Trishan is a Primary Care MD and Harvard trained health systems expert. He was an MIT lecturer in health sciences and technology (’10-’13) and is the inaugural recipient of Harvard’s Public Health Innovator of the Year award (’12.) He was clinical director of Sana Mobile at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory.
Vinnie is an MIT trained computer scientist with expertise in systems engineering, complex networks and machine learning. He was a researcher at MIT’s Media Lab, Energy Initiative and Institute for Soldier Nanotechnologies. Minor Planet 24376 Ramesh was named after him in recognition of his work on mesh networks.
Archit is an MIT trained computer scientist with expertise in data mining, biomedical research and healthcare micro-simulations. He was a Visiting Researcher at Microsoft Research’s Emerging Markets group and was a founder of Open Health Designs, which uses low cost technology to improve access to healthcare.
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