Electronic Caregiver launches ADDI 2.0, a highly intelligent and engaging platform designed to deliver value-based care. Built on AWS, ADDI Offers 100x Scalability to Meet Growing Telehealth Demand


Built on Amazon Web Services (AWS) using a serverless architecture incorporating microservices, ADDI 2.0 is ECG’s Platform as a Service (PaaS) that powers all patient and provider applications. . ADDI 2.0 integrates 24 services from Amazon, including Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS), Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC), AWS Key Management Service (AWS KMS), and AWS Lambda. ADDI 2.0 delivers 10x reliability improvements and 100x scalability through automation, responsiveness and flexibility to meet the growing demand for telehealth, remote patient monitoring (RPM) and hospital-home care models.

“We were customer-centric in our development of ADDI 2.0 and it was not easy as we have several types of customers all looking for different functionality in a telehealth solution,” said Dr ECG, director of the Telehealth solution. ECG technology. David Keeley. “Being able to gather feedback from all of these layers of our customer ecosystem and design a solution that offers the flexibility and scalability to meet these diverse needs makes me really proud of what we offer with ADDI. It is a solution for patients, family caregivers, healthcare organizations, physician offices, home care agencies, care management companies and senior housing providers. “

ECG is now a technology solutions provider within the AWS Partner Network (APN) working with healthcare providers and public and private sector payers around the world.

“Having the world’s highest authority on industry best practices to review, approve and validate what we’re bringing to market with our ADDI modernization is important. This means that ECG has improved automation and improved privacy and security to deliver features and functionality that our customers demand. ADDI 2.0 is HIPAA, GDPR and FHIR compliant, ”notes Keeley.

“I am proud that our partner, Electronic Caregiver, is transforming the model of care for patients, families and caregivers by leveraging the capabilities and scalability of AWS cloud and technology services,” said Sandy Carter, Vice President, Global Public Sector Partners and Programs, AWS. “Given the possible profound impact, we look forward to seeing more clinical providers and public health actors using ADDI to proactively manage patient care, improve treatment, and improve overall health outcomes. . “

ECG works with nonprofit healthcare providers, academic medical centers, universities, and federal, state, and local programs to deliver impactful healthcare solutions. Customers include MD Revolution, Methodist Health System, Memorial Medical Center, MountainView Regional Medical Center, Paracelsus Medical University (Austria), Burrell College osteopathic medicine, New Mexico State University, Zia Healthcare Services and Medicaid-funded providers in Oregon, Idaho, Utah, New Mexico, Arizona, Texas, Iowa, and Michigan.

In partnership with a rural hospital system in Mississippi, a 47% decrease in hospital readmissions through the use of ECG telehealth services was achieved. Collaborate with regional public health officials, hospital systems and universities in New Mexico to cope with an increase in Covid cases, hospital bed capacity has been increased by 77% using RPM at 1 / 50th of the cost of hospital care.

“Public health and private sector actors have come together to implement a COVID-to-Home program. If this program had not existed, many of these people would not have received any care, ”said Dr. Jean Andazola, director of the Southern New Mexico Family Medicine Residency Program at Memorial Medical Center. “They risked having terrible results. Building a structure where we can successfully treat people at home using telehealth and remote patient monitoring so that inpatient capacity can be maximized for all health care needs is really what it is all about. program demonstrated. “

Taking into account the results obtained in New Mexico, this program is now replicated in Tennessee.

Looking to the future, ADDI 2.0 will serve as the brains of Addison, ECG’s innovative virtual care provider, which will transform patient engagement and the telehealth experience. Addison integrates Amazon Polly, a text-to-speech service, paired with computer vision, artificial intelligence (AI) / machine learning (ML), and data analytics, to power the smartest and most efficient healthcare workers. most engaging in the world. Addison will provide Daily Activity of Daily Living Assessments, 24/7 Gait Analysis for Falls Prevention, Next Generation Medication Management, Wellness Checks via Health Plans care, vital signs monitoring, reminders and alerts to professional and family caregivers. The algorithms analyze the data looking for subtle changes in voice, appearance, and movement that may indicate changes in health status due to stress, lack of sleep, adverse drug reactions, small stroke or early onset Parkinson’s disease. Addison is currently in limited beta with limited availability to be announced in Q4 2021.

About the electronic caregiver

Electronic Caregiver is an 11-year, privately-held digital health services and technology company headquartered in Las Cruces, New Mexico (UNITED STATES). ECG’s mission is to design and deliver innovative and impactful telehealth products and services that bridge the gap between the doctor’s office and the patient’s home to improve outcomes, expand access and optimize the allocation of resources. ECG has been qualified as a technology solutions provider in the AWS Partner Network (APN). The Company’s solutions are available from healthcare organizations, physician offices, care management companies, home care agencies and senior housing providers to deliver inpatient programs to home, chronic care management and remote patient monitoring.

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