Back in April, I wrote about MDRevolution and its effort to build a next-generation health practice that combines cardiology, nutrition science and genetics with new mobile health technology. Now, the San Diego-based company is trying to take its program national.
On Wednesday, at the Digital Health Summit in New York, the company announced the launch of RevUp, a subscription-based online service for employers, health systems and physician groups. It aggregates a wide range of patient information – from fitness trackers and other devices to genetic and other health data – and provides each patient with a customized health plan. Through the service, patients can log their progress and receive personalized feedback and coaching, and it lets employers and physicians monitor progress as well.
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