SoundsLikeIBS FOR THE HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL
Including: primary and secondary care physicians, occupational health professionals, psychologists, clinical nurse specialists, specialist gastrointestinal nurses and any other healthcare professionals looking to improve their IBS patients’ quality of life.
Whether you’re a doctor’s surgery, clinic, hospital, occupational health department, psychologist, consultant, private practice or medical insurance provider, the Reporting System allows the purchase of a ‘healthcare code’ giving access to any number of user Apps.
By buying a reporting bundle, the code is able to link to individual users – ‘App by App’. When the user gives permission, data can be shared. When this is done over a number of user Apps, group reports and various statistical reports can be produced.
All user data on the App synchronizes with the reporting system to inform when sessions are taking place and any missed or interrupted sessions. At key points in the program, the service will record symptoms and the wellbeing of the user, giving you valuable tools to help the treatment program and provide the best care that suits the individual. Reports compare symptom charts, show progress and quickly pinpoint problem areas. You truly will be working together with users to provide a safe, effective and supportive plan to address their IBS and related symptoms.
In today’s ‘wired’ world, connections are sometimes more important than platforms, and patient centered care can be provided through use of the ‘value based’ purchase of the patent pending SoundsLikeIBS M-health app.
The app enables accurate and real time measurement of patient progress and condition outcome. Innovative and novel, it is a forerunner of translational medicine, providing a high performance care management network for Healthcare Providers and Human Resource networks.
THE COST OF IBS TO EMPLOYERS IS TOO LARGE TO IGNORE!
The cost of IBS is staggering:
- loss of workplace productivity
- expense of temporary staff
- expense of treatment, doctors visits, tests, drugs and insurance.
Mike Mahoney was invited to share his insights in a number of short original videos explaining IBS and its impact on a variety of audiences.
IBS in the Workplace
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IBS within the NHS
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The Real cost of IBS
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