Electronic Caregiver (ECG), a digital health technology and services company, has announced the general availability of ADDI 2.0, a new platform to deliver “value-based” care.
The platform provides clinical providers and public health workers real-time information to proactively manage patient care, enhance treatment adherence and improve outcomes. Those resources include seamless vitals monitoring, threshold alerts, care plan management and electronic health record integrations,
ADDI 2.0 offers “10x reliability improvements and 100x scalability through automation, responsiveness and flexibility to meet the surging demand for telehealth, remote patient monitoring and hospital-at-home models of care,” according to the Las Cruces, N.M.-based company.
ECG is an AWS Technology Partner participating in AWS’ ISV Partner Path program launched in January.
AWS completed a well-architected review with ECG to help build the scalable, platform-as-a-service offering on the AWS cloud. ADDI 2.0 uses a serverless architecture and incorporates 24 AWS services, including AWS Lambda, Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), Amazon Virtual Private Cloud, AWS Key Management Service and AWS Lambda.
“To have the world’s foremost authority on best practices in the industry review, approve and validate what we are taking to market with our modernization of ADDI is significant,” Dr. David Kelley, ECG’s chief technology officer, said in a statement. “This means that ECG has enhanced automation and improved privacy and security to provide features and functionality that our customers have been demanding.
ADDI 2.0 is HIPAA-, GDPR- and FHIR-compliant.
“Now we’ve got opportunities for solution providers to leverage this solution,” Carter said. “System integrators who focus on healthcare can now expand and use this metaverse, one of the newest trends that are out there today in healthcare. ISVs now also have the opportunity to integrate with some of these APIs.”
Healthcare has become one of the AWS Public Sector Partner Program’s fastest-growing areas. AWS’ two ATO programs that help partners earn HIPAA and HITRUST compliance/certification for their healthcare solutions grew 85 percent since last year, according to Carter.
ECG also built Addison, a patient-facing virtual caregiver application, on top of ADDI 2.0. Addison incorporates the Amazon Polly text-to-voice service, computer vision, AI/ML and data analytics. Its capabilities will include daily living assessments, 24/7 gait analysis to help prevent falls, medication management, wellness checks via care plans, vitals monitoring, reminders and alerts for professional and family caregivers. Addison is being beta-tested in patients’ homes, with limited availability to be announced in the fourth quarter.