Respironics connects care with software
MURRYSVILLE, Pa. – Philips Respironics has received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for Care Orchestrator, its cloud-based clinical management software application.
Care Orchestrator offers a full view of sleep and respiratory care patients and makes it easier for healthcare providers to share and exchange information, addressing critical needs like treatment adherence, patient and provider engagement, and billing and reimbursement.
“The future of sleep and respiratory home care is enabled by health tech solutions that help our customers manage growing requirements with intelligent, clinical interventions that connect all members of the care team to deliver effective patient outcomes,” said Tim Murphy, general manager of New Business Solutions, Philips Respironics.
Care Orchestrator builds on Encore Anywhere, a patient compliance management system that has supported more than 7 million patients, and DreamMapper, an app and web-based software that helps patients remain compliant with their therapies.
The application will interact with Philips’ sleep and respiratory devices, electronic medical records, insurance claims and billing systems, as well as other Philips and third-party applications on the HealthSuite digital platform, an open and cloud-based platform of services, capabilities and tools.