Austin startup HealthEcho aims to upgrade opioid treatment process

Austin startup HealthEcho aims to upgrade opioid treatment process

Publication date: Dec 03, 2019

Kasey Claborn, founder of Austin-based health technology startup HealthEcho, says her company is working to streamline addiction treatment and health care through a web-based platform that provides ways for patients, clinicians and service care providers to stay connected.

The platform is designed to coordinate care by putting patient tracking, medical records and referrals in a single place.

In addiction treatment, there is often little digital connection between the patient, clinician and secondary care, she said, “It’s one of the biggest pain points a lot of social workers and councilors saw,” Claborn said.

It’s common for patients to start opioid treatment care but never complete it, Claborn said.

“A patient dealing with addiction has a very difficult time navigating the health care system.

As long as patient releases the information, anyone involved with the care would be able to follow up and track the patients treatment, Claborn said.

Concepts Keywords
Addiction Articles
Austin Health
Care System Primary care
Dell Medical record
Digital Drug rehabilitation
Fax Health care
Hospital
Mental Health
Opioid
Pain
Primary Care
Primary Care Physician
Psychologist
Secondary Care
Substance Abuse
Texas
Travis County
Triage

Semantics

Type Source Name
disease MESH substance abuse
disease MESH multiple
drug DRUGBANK Tropicamide

Similar

Original Article

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *