mHealth and Personalized Healthcare

By |October 27th, 2016|

mHealth started a patient revolution and set the stage for personalized healthcare.The term mHealth, referring to Mobile Health, has been around for close to 10 years.  We can’t track down the first use of the term, but a quick Google search returns articles as early as 2006 citing mHealth as a part of eHealth.

Today, mHealth takes […]

myCuratio makes Interoperability Pledge

By |October 10th, 2016|

myCuratio has pledged to implement the three core commitments of interoperability set by Infographic courtesy of Click here to view the pledge.
This week, we submitted an Interoperability Pledge to and joined over a hundred Health Information Exchange Organizations, Health IT Developers, Healthcare Systems, and Provider, Technology, and Consumer Orgnaizations to implement the three core commitments of […]

Watch Now: New HHS Whiteboard on Health Information

By |October 5th, 2016|

Patient Engagement gets a boost from the new whiteboard video released by HHS.

This week the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) released an easy to understand video to help explain the options available to providers and patients for sharing and accessing health information.
We love that the focus of this video and the work […]

Press Release: myCuratio launches on iOS and Android

By |June 2nd, 2016|

KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI (September 26, 2016) – myCuratio is an innovative new patient engagement platform that encourages patients and caregivers to be educated, engaged, and empowered to care for themselves and their loved ones, developed locally in Overland Park, Kansas.

myCuratio is now available for Apple iOS and Google Android mobile devices, and co-founders Dao Dang and Michael Hopkins […]

myCuratio at SXSW 2016 and Invest for Health!

By |March 17th, 2016|

This week, myCuratio was invited and attended an exciting new program at Interactive SXSW 2016 called Invest for Health, founded by Ascension Ventures, Athenahealth, and Cambia Health Solutions. Healthcare is a relatively new conversation at SXSW, but we were overwhelmed by the diverse and impressive group of designers, programmers, entrepreneurs, and industry executives who are all committed to […]

Personal Health Records: Can it benefit patients and providers?

By |March 17th, 2016|

Through the traditional healthcare model, patients always have the right to request medical records for themselves and their loved ones. However, the release of information process is often complicated, costly, and varies between healthcare organizations. When completed, the result is typically a stack of paper records or a disc of scanned images that have little […]