Office of the National Coordinator
Health Data Provenance Challenge
2017Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) awarded 1upHealh as one of the winners for our provider app and our FHIR API platform, which help manage health data provenance via FHIR and smart contracts to ensure data is tracked securely.
Health & Human Services
Consumer Health Data Aggregator Award
2017U.S. Health & Human Services (HHS) awarded 1upHealth as Honorable Mention for the Consumer Health Data Aggregator Challenge for our patient application enabling patients to aggregate data from various health systems using the standardized FHIR format.
Office of the National Coordinator
2017Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology awarded 1upHealh as the 2nd place winner for our model privacy notice generator MPN GEN. Along with our FHIR API platform, MPN GEN helps build the future of healthcare technology for app developers.
Boston Children's Hospital invested in 1upHealth to support our patient app, provider dashboard, and health API platform.
Connect your health data
With 1upHealth you can connect to your wearable device data and provider health data easily on one seamless platform; while having full control of how much or how little you share with your healthcare provider.
Track your recovery
Every users can get personalized treatment based on individual behavior. 1upHealth shows where you stand by anonymously comparing your recovery to similar patients in order to help coach individuals for better health outcomes.
Connect your health apps and use sensor data to improve your well being or track your recovery after any hospitalization. Users can share that data with providers so their doctors can help keep an eye on their recovery.
Regulation is pushing incentives to reduce $14 billion in avoidable readmissions
360° Patient View
Health systems lose sight of their patients as they move through various systems
Capitalize on sensors
Sensors measuring location, activity, and biometrics; use them to gain clinical insights
Meet the recommender
1upHealth prioritizes your patient list based on their likelihood to be readmitted. No more wading through data. 1upHealth takes care of all of that work for you.
Meet the EHR app
Take charge of patient connected data with our full service EHR application. We make it easier for you to view and search information shared by patients without needing to open another application.
We created 1upHealth to offer a platform where patients can share their wearable device and health data with health systems in order to prepare providers for the shift to value based care. 1upHealth makes hospitals money by reducing readmissions in value payment structures such as bundled payment models, at risk organizations, and for the readmissions reduction program. We use the intelligence of machine learning to help prioritize member care through alerts that identify at-risk patients through metrics like gait length, heartrate, location, steps, coughs, and other personal attributes after patients leave the hospital.
1upHealth Tech and Developer Platform
1upHealth uses many technologies to support secure data transmission among different parties including health systems and consumer applications. We have learned from the best of both the health-tech and consumer-tech worlds. We use newer HL7 health standards to connect structured health data between apps, specifically Fast Health Interoperable Resources (FHIR), and we also support more popular standards like CCDA which helps power BlueButton.
On the consumer side, 1upHealth employs OAuth2 to extract data from connected patient wearables and other apps securely. We use the same protocol to enable third party developers and health systems to build custom solutions or data ingestors on top of the 1upHealth API. The combination of these technologies allows us to extend our APIs to developers so they can use one service where patients connect their health data and share it with providers.
FREE for patients / cents for apps
Pricing varies by patient population count, data size, and usage. Contact us at email@example.com to take the next step.