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We offer innovative solutions for today's healthcare information challenges

AcquisHEALTH  Solutions

Patient-centric healthcare systems are possible, and we're already working towards it.

The AcquisHEALTH platform addresses some of the pervasive, fundamental problems facing the global healthcare system. Big data is already used worldwide to further the goals of companies, industries, and big business interests. It's time that personal information is used for the greater good; to advance medical research and treatment and to empower patients in their medical journey by giving them access to and control of their medical records.




Medical care is not currently based on all available information. It can't be because it's in silos and only available in fragments. Current connected healthcare information systems cannot securely combine all medical information into a single immutable, longitudinal medical record. Cost pressure and provider schedules don't allow for time for research and information collection for the average patient.


It is currently difficult and costly to securely combine and securely share relevant patient healthcare information from multiple sources to multiple healthcare entities. This problem results in people not getting the correct diagnosis, medication, rehabilitation, and continuity of care. This problem is especially evident in underserved parts of the world. We aim to correct this needless risk for patients, providers, and healthcare organizations.


Risk of Error Leading to Loss of Life

Medical care is based on combining all health information for a course of action. Missing pieces result in missing care practices, and patients go uncared for, resulting in illness, loss of quality of life, and death.


How AcquisHEALTH addresses this today:


Patient data is aggregated in a single, secure, shared health record so that all involved can view and provide solid continuity of care using an immutable, longitudinal medical history from the cradle to the grave.


Patient health records are secured within a multi-level encrypted security framework, allowing access based on user roles and permissions summarized based on privileges. This critical information from providers, therapists, and device data gets in front of the right person at the right time to optimize visits and care services.


We turn data silos and silence into data sources and collaboration, reducing error risk and ultimately saving lives.


Roadblocks from the research lab to clinical practice


Health research can be full of promise and potential - until the reality of cost hits. Healthcare Funding for research studies is highly competitive, only sometimes available, and requires tremendous organization up front just to apply. Stumbling blocks like this are stopping progress for people that need it. The AcquisHEATH platform can solve these today and tomorrow challenges for better, faster progress through research.


  • Missed opportunities to manage and collaborate on studies across research organizations with collaborative administrative, compliance, ethical, and regulatory tools.

  • Clinical trial software is prohibitively expensive for non-pharma organizations.

  • Electronic Data Capture (EDC) in non-clinical and non-compliant environments (Word, Excel, and Google Docs, for example) introduce data security and data quality risks that result in corruption and loss.

  • Sensor integration and decentralized trial solutions have opened an avenue for research but require significant investment. We can leverage these data sources today for real-time analysis now.

  • A patient cannot typically re-use study data as part of their regular care. For example, a test ordered for a study would now be added to the patient's record, saving crucial time and costs to the patient and their providers.


How AcquisHEALTH is Translating Innovative Research into Clinical Practice Now


  • We make funds go further with affordable integrated solutions focusing on research instead of technology implementation. Clinical trial software can be based on shared costs and shared services.

  • By securing shared clinical data in clinically compliant environments with tools like eCRF, ePRO, and eConsent using decentralized, globalized, and internationalized features that maximize and speed up research outcomes that will get to clinicians faster.

  • Provision of a secure, single, properly accessed repository for all research data, management, and administration.

  • Integration of sensor and device data in real-time enables further, faster innovation in predictive analysis.

  • Decentralization and distribution of trial solutions with a tailored patient portal (ePRO) that empowers patients to securely share their trial data with their primary care providers for their benefit while reducing redundancy and pressure on healthcare services for assessments already carried out by trials. 


Lack of Patient Engagement's Effect on Patient Outcomes


We already know how vital rehabilitation after an illness is, but what happens when patients become disconnected from treatment protocols due to a lack of communication, feedback, and continuity? If we can't track our progress and gains, and our health systems can't, how can the most effective and simple methods of treatment work? Data and communication must be available to patients and their providers.


  • Health systems suffer failures from lack of security, unclear strategy, improper encryption, privacy issues, and digital competency. Data collected and securely shared with primary care providers is not shared with patients to further their knowledge and education. These combined issues cost the health systems revenue, frustrate their providers, and needlessly slow down recovery and treatment for those who need it. 

  • Lack of feedback and a clear goal keeps patients from tracking their progressive longitudinal improvement or declining health and becoming proactive in their care. Phase III rehabilitation is only 12 weeks, and people can become disconnected, revert to bad habits, and suffer repeated adverse health events with no ancillary community integrated care.

  • Every health group is restricted to their organization's jurisdiction, not the longitudinal care of patients and ancillary care.

  • Sensor integration is still very limited to wellness devices, rather than smart devices, simply because patients and their providers do not appropriately leverage the full benefits of this technology.

Today, we're increasing power and engagement for the health of patients, practitioners, and health systems worldwide.


People can and do lose out on the benefits of natural, cost-effective, and manageable treatment protocols just because of a lack of education, information, and goals. Healthcare systems and providers must stay in their channels of expertise but miss out on valuable vital data and results from other sources that can improve their processes, patient outcomes, and bottom lines. We're solving this in a way that benefits everyone involved in the health sphere by making the system itself healthy.


  • Our accessible and complete One Patient Portal makes patients equal, active partners in their healthcare. Clinicians can securely share data at the appropriate time via the patient portal to further patients' knowledge, education, and investment in their own health.

  • Wide interoperability means patients can see their longitudinal changes in health and become proactive in their care. At the same time, providers can monitor all progress at a glance from all of a patient's health information sources, making treatment protocols and results clear.

  • Phase III rehabilitation and other ancillary or community care providers can continue collaborative care and monitoring with little effort after prescribed care and mitigate the return to bad habits and repeated adverse health events by accessing the single care record and patient portal.

  • Smart devices, sensor integration, and wellness devices become part of a patient's whole health record, not just a blip for the patient to look at and describe to their providers. 24/7 Real-time data can be collected from medical devices and utilized outside of a clinical setting while a patient goes about their life.

  • Security and privacy by design ensure patient trust and engagement, while providers and health systems can rely on interoperability and proper compliance.

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