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1Oct, 2018

Caregiving (and sharing) with ZibdyHealth

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Taking care of parents and/or children is an important feature of ZibdyHealth. A number of features in ZibdyHealth are designed specifically to assist with this. First is the concept of associations. These are normally family members, but can also be friends, doctors and care givers. Associations can be set up as sub accounts or as linked independent accounts. When independent accounts are linked, permissions must be set to allow them to be managed by other users. Using this model, caregiving can be carried out and even shared.   ZibdyHealth for […]
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1Oct, 2018

Caring for Seniors with ZibdyHealth

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Caring for family, friends or clients who are seniors can be a challenge, particularly when it comes to medical issues. Dementia, forgetfulness and miscommunication can lead to significant consequences, unless one is able to attend all of the doctor’s visits, and monitor key health measures such as medication adherence and blood sugars for example. ZibdyHealth helps to bridge this gap for caregivers, while also empowering the seniors themselves to take more control of their own health. For seniors who are still independent, this simple easy to use program provides an […]
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1Oct, 2018

Getting Ready For Discharge – Transition Of Care

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The period after being discharged from a hospital is a very vulnerable time for patients, as the responsibility for care is shifting from hospital providers, back to the individual or to outside caregivers. The patient is moving from a situation where they are monitored around the clock, and trained staff is handling all of their health and wellness needs, to one in which they may be completely on their own. This transition also often includes changes in prescriptions, new therapies, and potentially follow-up appointments. More than half of patients experience […]
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1Oct, 2018

Family Health on ZibdyHealth

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In today’s digital world, people are connected socially via Facebook and professionally via LinkedIn. Even gamers and music lovers are connected via Zynga and Spotify. If families could be connected such that their medical histories were linked, experts estimate that we as a society could save millions of lives and hundreds of billions of dollars. Even Larry Ellison and Larry Page, thought leaders in this new information age, have both have publicly proclaimed the need to connect medical records.   Family Medical History The family is genetically linked – illnesses […]
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1Oct, 2018

Managing Medications with ZibdyHealth

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Medications are one of the main tools doctors use to maintain their patients’ health. We all know you take a Tylenol for a headache, and Advil for a toothache and Insulin for Diabetes, but for most lay people, not much more is known about these drugs. In addition, for individuals taking many medications, it becomes very hard to keep track of doses, times, let alone remembering to take all of the medication. Where do you keep all the information? Is all this information tracked by our doctor? Simple answer is […]
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13Feb, 2018

Healthcare Interoperability Is Not A Technical Issue

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For true interoperability, the flow of data needs to be bi-directional and unrestricted within a secure environment. We need to eliminate friction, and make information simple to understand, easy to use & helpful to every person out there, regardless of their ability or resources.   This is how we define interoperability at ZibdyHealth.   It is also CRITICALLY important for lowering the cost of healthcare. If we want to break away from our current healthcare model of providing care only to those who are sick, so that we can deliver […]
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