July 25, 2024

What You Should Know: 

– Mount Sinai Medical Center, the largest private, non-profit teaching hospital in Florida, and HealthSnap, a leading virtual care management platform, announced a significant expansion of their partnership.

– Building on the success of their initial Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) program launched in March 2024, Mount Sinai is expanding to incorporate HealthSnap’s Chronic Care Management (CCM) services across its primary care network.

Focus on Remote Monitoring and Proactive Care

The partnership launched in March 2024 with a focus on Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM). Currently available at three Mount Sinai locations, the program is expected to expand to 13 locations by year-end. In July, Mount Sinai Primary Care will launch a complementary Chronic Care Management (CCM) program powered by HealthSnap.

Reaching More Patients with Chronic Conditions

Combined, the RPM and CCM programs are expected to support over 4,000 patients by December 2024, with the potential to reach up to 10,000 patients living with chronic conditions in the long term. These programs will initially focus on patients with:

  • Hypertension
  • Diabetes
  • Congestive heart failure
  • COPD
  • Asthma
  • Obesity
  • Osteoporosis

Mount Sinai plans to expand support to additional conditions and patient needs in the future.

Streamlined Data Management and Improved Outcomes

HealthSnap’s platform simplifies chronic disease management for both patients and healthcare teams. Patients can easily submit vital signs and health data remotely, while care teams can proactively monitor patient health and intervene when necessary. Additionally, the platform integrates seamlessly with Mount Sinai’s existing EPIC electronic health record system, providing a centralized location for data analysis, care coordination, and efficient claims filing.

"We designed HealthSnap as a fully integrated virtual care management platform that is able to serve the largest health systems in the nation – from clinical resources to HITRUST certification to EPIC integration, it is a priority for us to remove the friction from scaling RPM & CCM programs that can benefit so many people living with chronic conditions," said Samson Magid, Co-Founder & CEO of HealthSnap. "Mount Sinai is a great example of an organization that serves a diverse patient population with multiple locations across the state, and we are looking forward to growing our partnership."

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