Better Care, Better Value, Better Results
PainScript: A Personalized Digital Platform for Pain Management, Substance Use Disorder and Chronic Care Management
Nine Published Studies in Peer-Reviewed Journals Demonstrate >90% Medication and Care Plan Adherence in Multiple Disease States
Telemedicine Market Growth
The Virtual Doctor Is In
The Opioid Crisis:
Huge Market Need for Better SUD Chronic Care Management (CCM) – 30 million Patients in Treatment for Substance Use Disorder – SAMHSA (2018). Key Substance Use and Mental Health Indicators in the United States: Results from the 2017 National Survey on Drug Use and Health.
COVID-19 Market Opportunity
PainScript’s CCM telehealth approach enables Pain Management and Substance Use Disorder (SUD) patients and their treating physicians to connect in real-time while remaining safe and healthy.
What We Do
Achieve Better Health Outcomes
Patients achieve better health outcomes when they are more adherent to prescribed therapy and their physician receives daily health status updates, to rapidly intervene when mission-critical signs of clinical deterioration first emerge.
The PainScript approach allows for direct, daily physician-patient interaction with personalized treatment planning and on-going follow up.
Your physician is just a “click” away as your daily communication is reviewed and analyzed in real time. Personal messages can be sent and action initiated directly from your mobile phone to your doctor’s office.
Improved Health Outcomes
By focusing on chronic care management, the PainScript system has demonstrated greater adherence to treatment protocols in nine clinical trials published in peer-reviewed medical journals. Better adherence leads to better health outcomes.
Healthcare Cost Reduction
Taking the “right medicine at the right time in the right dose,” combined with daily database interaction and analysis, ensures a higher degree of adherence with prescribed care. This emphasis on chronic care management and improved adherence lowers costs by reducing costly emergency room visits and hospitalizations, by prompting earlier interventions (outside of scheduled appointments), and creates an early warning system for the physician should established protocols need adjusting.
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