Today we are launching our mobile software development kit (SDK) for Apple iOS and Google Android.
Patient IO SDK embeds the power and depth of the Patient IO platform into any mobile app with just a few lines of code. Integrating Patient IO’s technology can enable more efficient care management, drive better outcomes and quality metrics, and provide a differentiated standard of care. Patient IO is the first and only care coordination platform that offers patient engagement as an embeddable technology solution.
Patient IO helps health professionals coordinate care and engage with patients inside and outside of the clinic. At the core of this is a shared care plan and messaging framework between the provider, patient, and family. Health professionals can review submitted health information in real-time as patients complete their care plan, or have the data piped into their existing EHR.
With our SDK, customers can enhance their existing app or build entirely new experiences with proven technology that’s architected for enterprise scale and security. The traditional patient portal is not enough for patients with complex conditions. Their outcomes are dependent on themselves and their providers taking an active role in managing their health.
For patients, Patient IO’s patent-pending technology synthesizes multiple care plans into a unified list of daily tasks, making it easy for patients to follow treatment-specific tasks, receive reminders, and read educational content on their smartphone or desktop computer. Patients can also sync their connected wearables and devices with Patient IO to complete tasks automatically and provide additional insights for their provider.
Patient IO’s SDK is a drop-in solution that works seamlessly across iOS and Android development environments. We use our SDK internally to power our own apps. The SDK is a key component of our platform for helping customers maintain support and parity with iOS and Android’s rapid advancements like Apple Health, or, supporting an ecosystem of connected devices.
Contact us for more information about leveraging the Patient IO SDK.