To further empower consumers with the resources to make informed decisions about their healthcare, iTriage® has added new government data of the nation’s mental health and substance abuse facilities to its free mobile healthcare platform.
Healthagen® CEO Peter Hudson, M.D. today announced this news at the Health Data Initiative Forum in Washington DC. The forum, jointly hosted by the Institute of Medicine (IOM) and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) will accelerate momentum for the public use of data and innovation to improve health.
At this morning’s presentation, Dr. Hudson helped government and industry leaders understand how this new health data has been integrated into the iTriage mobile healthcare platform and will help expand, improve and empower Americans to make more informed healthcare decisions about mental health service providers.
In today’s press release, Hudson stated, “Solid data remains key to driving effective and efficient consumer healthcare action. As one of the first technology companies to utilize the massive government data releases, we applaud the efforts of the current administration for its public-private effort to stimulate innovation that will help improve the health of Americans.”
With a goal of empowering Americans to make more informed healthcare decisions, Healthagen has welcomed opportunities to work with government leaders to meet the growing mobile healthcare demands of Americans. Today, the company is a leader in healthcare consumer engagement and blazes a new trail with its proprietary Symptom-to-Provider™ pathway technology.
Is your health care facility on iTriage? To learn how to get the medical conditions that your facility treats in front of the growing number of mobile device users, please contact an iTriage account executive at email@example.com or call 1-800-985.9605.