HOPCo partners with Future Health Works and acquires patient tracking platform
Healthcare Outcomes Performance Company announced the acquisition of several patient engagement and outcome tracking platforms from Future Health Works, according to a press release.
Healthcare Outcomes Performance Company (HOPCo) will acquire software from Future Health Works (FHW), including msk.ai and myrecovery, as well as a remote patient monitoring and feedback platform, an intelligence platform machine, a computer vision platform and patented motion capture technology.
“The FHW platforms and their AI capabilities combined with HOPCo’s outcome management infrastructure will make the transition from volume-based care to value-based care easier and more predictable,” Wael Barsoum, MARYLAND, president and chief transformation officer of HOPCo, said in the statement. “At the same time, providers need more advanced tools to monitor, track and report results in real time as they participate in value-based care programs. The myrecovery and msk.ai platforms impressed us as patient and provider engagement rates were significantly higher than any other platform we have ever researched and tested,” added Barsoum.
“By leveraging HOPCo’s infrastructure and proven track record of combining data, technology and clinical care delivery expertise that unlocks better outcomes and value in the [musculoskeletal] MSK, FHW can stay focused on our core competencies and accelerate the development of patient-centric, value-based healthcare delivery technology solutions,” Thomas Harte, CEO and co-founder of FHW, said in the statement. “We are delighted to have the support and expertise of HOPCo to ensure we replicate in the US the success we have had in the UK and elsewhere.”