Omcare: Enabling One-Touch Access to Healthcare and Dose-Level Medication Adherence

What is the best thing to do for yourself or your loved ones when going through illness?

The only correct answer is CARE! People are most comfortable when they are in their own place of comfort. When illness occurs, individuals’ first instinct is to instantly check it with healthcare professionals for proper diagnosis and medical assistance.

For various reasons, going to healthcare or medical care centre is not always a viable option. In such a situation, a digital healthcare solution can prove to be a great sigh of relief.

A remote digital care solution provider company, Ōmcare, came into existence to provide effective healthcare services for you and your loved ones from the comfort of your home.

Based in Minneapolis, Ōmcare is a digital health company that aims to change the way the world cares by extending the reach of caregivers, increasing medication adherence, and improving treatment outcomes through the power of remote care and two-way video technology. By partnering with pharmacies, payers, providers, and family caregivers, Ōmcare strives to help people live healthier, more vibrant, independent lives and reduce healthcare costs.

Dedicated to providing one-touch access to various healthcare needs of the people is Ōmcare’s Founder and CEO, Lisa Lavin.

Let’s dive into the story of Ōmcare in its ambitious journey to become an efficient remote care solution.

Promoting Independence and Dignity for Aging Adults

Ōmcare is a digital health company that has pioneered a customizable home health platform that enables one-touch access to telehealth services, aggregated RPM, and medication dispensing with visual confirmation of medication adherence.

We all have those extra special people that impact us deeply at some point in our life. For founder Lisa Lavin, this special person was her grandmother, Mildred. Mildred was Lisa’s primary caregiver during a difficult period in her childhood.

Lisa and her grandmother were very close. As Mildred aged, she developed dementia and was eventually placed in a nursing home because there was no other way to help her maintain her independence.

Through this experience, Lisa became impassioned not only for her grandmother but for all aging adults. Lisa vowed that she would do everything she could to promote independence and dignity for older adults. “This generation deserves much more than a nursing home,” says Lisa. “They deserve connectedness, love, and a full, healthy, liberated life.

All-in-one Healthcare Solution

Home is the new site of care, but it is messy and requires many solutions pieced together today to work. And the patient is always in charge of piecing them together by themselves.

For example, if your mom has a telehealth appointment. Hopefully, she has a tablet, and if she does, she knows where it is, and it’s charged. Then if she needs to take her blood pressure or give the doctor any other vitals, she needs to track down those devices too. It simply doesn’t work.

Ōmcare opens up the home as a legitimate site of care by creating a single, all-in-one solution that addresses consumer expectations while ensuring the comprehensive suite of capabilities required for the home is together in an easy-to-use, one-touch interface. It brings everything together—down to the data.

Greater Reach and Lower Cost

The world’s healthcare needs are on a constant rise. Getting customized medical attention from time to time requires people to keep visiting healthcare centers from time to time and also pay high amounts for simple consultations.

It is difficult for older adults to visit doctors regularly. The chances of worsening their health cannot be neglected if they have to go to hospitals on a regular basis. Ōmcare provides such people with the go-to option for getting one-stop assistance for their healthcare needs.

Ōmcare allows people to age in place, bringing humanity and liberation to the aging process. It also provides greater access to care to more people since it’s less expensive and can reach rural areas,” says Lisa.

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