Epharmix, winner of the 2018 Prime Health Challenge recently signed contracts with Denver-based healthcare providers AllHealth Network and Metro Community Provider Network (MCPN).
Epharmix offers an evidence-based patient engagement platform that uses accessible SMS texts and calls to monitor patients across 24 conditions. The newly formed partnerships will bring Epharmix’s technology into the hands of care managers and providers helping them connect with hard-to-reach patients and improve patient health outcomes throughout Colorado.
As a Federally Qualified Health Center MCPN serves low-income, uninsured, and underserved populations residing outside the city and county of Denver.Epharmix will help MCPN stay connected to patients after they’ve left the doctor’s office and alert MCPN when the patient begins to report poor health. Patients with chronic conditions and mental health needs will be able to get the care they need, avoiding unnecessary Emergency Department visits.
AllHealth Network is a leading behavioral health and mental health provider serving clients of all ages in the Denver region. Epharmix will help AllHealth Network stay connected to clients struggling with behavioral and mental health conditions, providing convenient, accessible, and non-judgemental care.
Cynthia Grant, Chief Clinical Officer & Compliance Officer at AllHealth Network shared her vision for the partnership. “I think there is great potential for AllHealth Network to benefit from using the Epharmix platform with our clients. The communication will help us identify high-risk clients we can target and also (hopefully) keep clients engaged when they are just beginning care– a time period that is often characterized by a sense of urgency, impulsivity, and ambivalence,” she said.
Epharmix CEO, Blake Marggraff shared his excitement, “The Denver health community has been incredibly warm and welcoming. We’re so thrilled with the support and interest from the community and would like to recognize Dr. Ben Bynum of The Colorado Health Foundation, Mike Biselli of Catalyst HTI, and Nicole McNew of the Prime Health Challenge.”