We help Health and Social care providers implement INTEGRATED CARE to enable HEALTHY AGEING

Care workers need to detect early signs of declines in the physical and mental capacities of older people (>60)

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The Current care delivery model must be adapted to address healthy ageing challenges

  • Measure Health (Not Illness)
  • Move Outside the '4 Walls'
  • Trace Care Pathways
  • Intervene Earlier
  • Decide Together
  • Interface Datasets
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OLYST makes preventive Integrated Care implementable and scalable

The transformation of the current healthcare model requires integrated care interventions capable of putting more emphasis on preventive actions throughout distributed service delivery processes. To achieve that, care workers need a novel person-centred & integrated care model - as advocated by the UN Decade of Healthy Ageing 2021-2030. Our predictive analytics services help HEALTH and SOCIAL care providers work together to detect, predict, prevent declines in functional ability of older persons (>60). Our platform accounts for and traces the continuity between early diagnosis and integrated interventions performed daily by distributed Primary care providers. Multicomponent teams have therefore access to a library of (cross-organisational) decision-making protocols and dashboards – enabling the implementation of Outcome-based care delivery processes that are more clinically effective and cost-efficient.

  • Detect early signs of decline
  • Reduce care delivery fragmentation
  • Integrate health and social care delivery signals
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Outcomes: Care workers are able intervene earlier, before dependency becomes irreversible

Integrated teams are able to collect Health and Social related data – including Social Determinants of Health (SDoH)

Heterogeneous data sets are ingested & stored securely Teams are able to formalise a cohort view of at- risk ageing population

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    Outcomes: Older persons obtain better integrated care where they live

    Machine readable data sets can be curated and matched to better represent integrated care interventions across organisational boundaries Patterns of disruption of care delivery services can be traced and predicted Interventions can be secured through contextualised protocols and person-centred recommendations

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      Outcomes: Stakeholders obtain shared evidence about impact of integrated care interventions

      New metrics about network integration across multiple points of Health and Social care facilitate the adoption of Outcome-based care delivery processes Novel remuneration models can be linked to machine readable evidence about at-risk ageing population Resources are can be better utilised through more cost-effective interventions